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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1972-73 Notre Dame

28

55.8

82.6

9.1

1.4

18.3

1974-75 Notre Dame

29

54.2

80.6

10.2

1.6

30.4

1975-76 Notre Dame

29

58.8

77.9

10.1

1.7

28.6

DIV I Totals

86

56.2

80.0

9.8

1.6

25.8

 

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0 #1 GERARD BURKE 2011-02-16 15:25
First heard about AD when he was a 15-year old 6-3 215 pounder at DeMatha. He was no skywalker, but effectively used power, patience, timing, fakery, and footwork to fill it up. I always thought he was more like 6-4, making his college and pro effectiveness even more amazing. Just check out the FG and FT percentages on this guy. It was a treat just to watch him post guys up and crush them.
 

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