1974–75 Washington Bullets Season

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 franchise captured its 6th division title in 7 years by posting a franchise best record of 60-22. The Bullets were nearly unbeatable at home posting a record of 36-5 at the Capital Centre. The Bullets won their second Eastern Conference title, but were swept in the NBA Finals in four games by the Golden State Warriors.

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