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Leroy Wright E-mail

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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1956-57 Pacific FR.

Freshmen Stats Were Not Available

1957-58 Pacific

24

35.2

60.5

17.1

N/A

13.2

1958-59 Pacific

26

38.4

50.0

25.1

N/A

14.8

1959-60 Pacific

17

44.0

45.1

22.4

N/A

15.9

DIV I Totals

67

38.7

51.7

21.5

N/A

14.5

 

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0 #1 Tim Waits 2013-01-13 21:57
Mr. Wright was born in Bell County, Texas. He lived in Rosebud, Tx until 5th grade when his family moved to Rockdale. He led Rockdale Aycock to a state PVIL championship in football (quarterback) and basketball in 55-56. He played AAU ball (industrial league) rather than join the Celtics. He was a member of the first ABA championship team, the Pittsburgh Pipers with Connie Hawkins. His junior year at Pacific he had the single greatest rebounding season in NCAA history.

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