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Mike D'Antoni E-mail
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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1969-70 Marshall FR.

Freshmen Stats Were Not Available

1970-71 Marshall FR.

26

47.5

74.7

4.1

7.3

15.1

1971-72 Marshall

27

45.6

79.2

4.7

8.9

16.8

1972-73 Marshall

27

43.2

78.8

4.7

8.4

14.1

Div I Totals

80

45.4

77.8

4.5

8.2

15.3

 

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+1 #2 Selena 2010-06-14 17:58
I went to school with Mike D'Antoni; His coach at Mullens High School was Don Knucklos throughout his senior year. His shirt number was 23. I will agree with you; he is absolute respectful. In my opinion he's the best there is-- ever, here and Italy. Classmate; Selena
 
 
+1 #1 Bob Maffia 2008-11-14 18:02
I teach at Snyder HS, Jersey City, NJ. I attended Concord College, Athens WVa, and taught Mike D'Antoni when he was a student and basketball player at Mullens HS in 1966. Absolute respectful young man, and just knew he would be successful.
 

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