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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

3PT%

FT%

SPG

BPG

RPG

APG

PPG

1979-80 Virginia

34

54.7

70.2

0.8

4.6

11.2

1.1

14.9

1980-81 Virginia

33

55.7

63.1

0.8

3.1

11.5

1.5

17.7

1981-82 Virginia

32

56.1

61.5

0.6

3.1

11.4

1.2

15.8

1982-83 Virginia

33

60.4

60.0

70.4

0.6

3.1

11.7

1.0

19.1

DIV I Totals

132

56.8

60.0

65.7

0.7

3.5

11.4

1.2

16.9

 

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+1 #2 vonndinni11 2012-06-07 11:05
yeah I have to agree very talented guy,first big man that could do it all: score, rebound and defend. The other thing that hurt him as well the injures was the move to power forward when Hakeem Olajuwan was drafted the following season.I know it sounds strange I feel when he moved to power forward it effected he game cause 1)he was farther away from the basket 2)he had a low post game or back to the basket game that was suited better for him at center than power forward 3) he touches or scoring chances a game were reduced meaning: he was not the 1 option on offense he became 2 option which meant he was scoring on a nightly basis 14-18pts a game down from 20-24pts a game he would have scored if he had stayed at center and stayed 1 option. So everything in a nutshell he was effected by injuries and the move to power forward.
 
 
0 #1 Guest 2007-12-17 16:03
He had some good moments in the pro's like playing in the NBA Finals but injuries kept him from being the next Jabbar as the NBA Draft guide suggested.
 

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