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Leroy Wright E-mail

BIOGRAPHY If you have additional information you would like to contribute to any player profile (i.e. missing stats, biography), please click here. Please be aware that you must have a verifiable source.

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.

The source is Leroy Wright.
 

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