The Baltimore Bullets accepted an invitation to join the Basketball Association of America. The league which was attempting to become the first major professional basketball league had four teams fold following its first season and we’re looking for an eighth member. After losing to the Washington Capitols 63-55 in their first game on November 12th. The Baltimore Bullets earned their ...
History of the Bullets
The Baltimore Bullets were an American Basketball League (1944 - 1947) team, and later, a Basketball Association of America (1947 - 1949), and (beginning in 1949, following the BAA's absorption of the National Basketball League) a National Basketball Association team based in Baltimore. The team folded on November 27, 1954, with a 3–11 record, making the Bullets the last NBA franchise to do so, as of 2018.
1949 - 1954 / National Basketball Association
1947 - 1949 / Basketball Association of America
1944 - 1947 / American Basketball League
1944 - 1954 / Baltimore Bullets
Bullets – The Bullets got their name because they played in an armory.
NBA Championships 0
BAA Championship 1
ABL Championship 0
1944 - 1954 / Baltimore Coliseum
1944 – 1954 / Unknown
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