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List Of Utah State University Alumni - Sports
... Cowboys Cooley, ChrisChris Cooley 2-time NFL Pro Bowl tight end, currently with the Washington Redskins Curtis, KevinKevin Curtis 2003 B.S ... all time NBA Coach of the Year, 1971 head coach of 1978 NBA champion Washington Bullets ... Coach, Chicago Bulls, Washington Bullets and Dallas Mavericks ...
List Of Career Achievements By Michael Jordan - 50 Point Games
... highs in pts reb Overtime 25 01992-03-19March 19, 1992 at Washington Bullets W 106-100 51 19-30 1-1 12-15 26. 01992-03-24March 24, 1992 vs ... Washington Bullets W 107-98 57 22-37 6-8 7-8 30. 01993-01-16January 16, 1993 vs ... Washington Bullets W 109-104 55 22-35 1-2 10-10 0 ... First Round, Game 39. 02001-12-29December 29, 2001 vs ...
List Of NBA Vs FIBA / ULEB Games - NBA Vs. International Teams - 1970s
4 September 1978 Washington Bullets 133–123 Philippine Basketball Association Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City 8 September 1978 Washington Bullets 97–98 ...
1974–75 Washington Bullets Season
... The 1974-75 Washington Bullets played in their 14th season ... The franchise changed their name from the Capital Bullets to the Washington Bullets ... The Bullets were nearly unbeatable at home posting a record of 36-5 at the Capital Centre ...
Moses Malone - Later Years - Washington Bullets
... Terry Catledge and two first-round draft choices, to the Washington Bullets for Jeff Ruland and Cliff Robinson ... New Jersey Nets on April 8, joining Earl Monroe (56) and Phil Chenier (52) as the only Bullets players ever to score 50 points in a game ... Washington made a brief appearance in the postseason, losing to the Pistons in a first-round sweep ...

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