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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1961-62 Manhattan FR.

26

N/A

60.2

N/A

N/A

18.5

1962-63 Manhattan

23

41.7

78.3

9.9

N/A

16.8

1963-64 Manhattan

21

51.7

78.5

10.1

N/A

25.7

1964-65 Manhattan

22

52.2

82.0

8.9

N/A

23.5

DIV I Totals

66

48.5

79.6

9.6

N/A

22.0

Comments   

0 #9 timmynoodles 2017-10-09 21:17
he's Christian Lembo's grandpa
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0 #8 Earl Chi 2016-12-17 21:13
I had the pleasure to play against Larry in a Brooklyn PAL league when we were in High School. Both Larry and I were the leaugue's leading scorer. He was about 6'2" small forward and I was a 5'7" point guard. Larry was an outstanding jump shooter/scorer. After high school He starred at Manhattan College and I played for the US Force. Larry did not have a long NBA career but he was one of the smoothest players I ever see. He had a tremendous career as a college referee. Proud of my homie. Thanks
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0 #7 Earl Chi 2016-12-17 20:35
Played against Larry in the PAL leaugue while we were in High School. We both lead the league in scoring and Larry was a tremendous jump shooter/scorer He was about 6'2" at the time and I was 5'7". He when on to play at Manhattan College and I played ball while in the US Air Force. After an awesome college career he when on yo become a great referee on the college level. A great competitor. Larry did not gave a long NBA career but I thought he was one f the smoothest player I played against.
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+1 #6 christian lembo 2016-04-06 14:58
hes my grandpa
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0 #5 P Maloney 2016-01-25 19:22
Larry's better than Barry (of NYU fame). Those were the days. I considered it an honor to go to school with him. What a shot. he had.
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0 #4 Andrew Friedman 2016-01-19 04:21
Larry was my tennis coach at Queensboro Community College. I had no idea he was drafted by the Knicks and had no idea hE was a prominent college basketball Ref. I spent 2 seasons with him!
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0 #3 christian lembo 2015-12-22 16:44
he is my grandpa
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0 #2 FB13 2012-04-25 20:11
Larry was my college basketball professor at Queensborough Community. I had no idea he was drafted by the Knicks!
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+2 #1 knud knudsen 2010-09-28 13:58
I remember Larry at Bishop Loughlin HS in Brooklyn where he and Lenny Schnappauf upset the great Archbishop Molloy powerhouse. Larry then teamed up with guard Georgie Bruns at Manhattan team to form the best duo in NYC college ball in the mid-60's.
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