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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1974-75 Tennessee

25

62.2

78.2

12.3

1.6

26.4

1975-76 Tennessee

25

57.3

66.9

13.0

1.6

25.2

1976-77 Tennessee

26

57.8

71.2

14.3

3.1

25.8

DIV I Totals

76

59.0

71.9

13.2

2.1

25.8

 

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+2 #1 BEARLING 2011-02-15 12:36
Man, this dude was cold blooded. The 25.8 ppg. Div. 1 average is something to shout about, but check out that field goal percentage, rebounding, and free throw averages. Funny thing, I don't remember much hype about him during high school, certainly nothing like his younger brother (Albert) received from Sports Illustrated when playing for Brooklyn (NY) Fort Hamilton a few years later. Of course, I remember even less said about Dr. J during my era (1967), and we all saw the damage he did.There's often little or no relationship between the hype the quality of the player.
 

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