1967–68 Seattle Super Sonics Season

1967–68 Seattle Super Sonics Season

The 1967–68 Seattle SuperSonics season was the inaugural season for the expansion Seattle SuperSonics franchise in the National Basketball Association. The team's official arena was the Seattle Center Coliseum.

With a team built in its majority from the 1967 expansion draft featuring Walt Hazzard and six-year veteran Tom Meschery, and with Al Bianchi at the head coach position, the Sonics finished the season with a 23–59 record and a fifth place in the Western Division, six games behind the Chicago Bulls, and couldn't make it to the playoffs.

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