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Bill McGill E-mail
  • Name: Bill McGill
  • Position: Center/Forward
  • Height: 6-9 (2.05m)
  • Weight: 225 (102kg)
  • College Team: Utah Utes
  • Nationality: American
  • Birthplace: San Angelo, Texas
  • Birthdate: 9/16/1939
  • Drafted: Selected by the Chicago Zephyrs in the first round (1st pick overall) of 1962 NBA Draft.
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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1958-59 Utah FR.

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

26.3

1959-60 Utah

29

47.9

66.7

9.8

N/A

15.5

1960-61 Utah

31

52.8

70.7

13.9

N/A

27.8

1961-62 Utah

26

55.9

73.2

15.0

N/A

38.8

DIV I Totals

86

53.0

71.0

12.9

N/A

27.0

 

Comments  

 
+2 #1 Sharon 2008-07-26 14:12
I met Bill McGill in 1961 when he played for the Utes. He also played the drums and he was as sweet a man as he was good at basket-ball. I was crazy about him, however, coach Gardner threatened to throw him off the team if he continued to see me. My skin was the wrong color, and back then, if you looked white, you were considered white. Thanks for the site where we can keep these guys alive.
 

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