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Isaiah Bunny Wilson E-mail
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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1967-68 Baltimore FR.

Freshmen Stats Were Not Available

1968-69 Baltimore

24

42.7

74.4

6.2

N/A

23.5

1969-70 Baltimore

24

47.6

77.0

7.3

N/A

34.0

1970-71 Baltimore

19

42.6

75.4

6.6

N/A

29.1

Totals

67

44.6

75.6

6.7

N/A

28.9

 

Comments  

 
0 #20 Mike Hickman 2017-05-30 00:56
In the early seventies, I seen Bunny in Wilson Park balling against a true legend, Sammy Hammond. I was at the early stages of learning the game while Both guys were on top of their games and unknowingly contributed to my thirst for the game of basketball.

In many urban centers I have basketball to be the game that speaks to many people. When the old heads in Baltimore in my neighborhood of Wilson Park spoke, I listened. When Bunny Wilson's name was mentioned it wasn't in vain.

Bunny when you are in atlanta, your cup of coffee is on the house.
 
 
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+3 #18 Rick- O 2015-09-05 11:14
I'm honored to call him my friend, he's a wealth of knowledge in areas other than basketball. ;-)
 
 
+3 #17 Roger Sweren 2015-04-27 10:31
Bunny and I were close friends from his U of B years until many years after. I drove him and his wife to the airport when he flew to Detroit to sign his contract with the Pistons and drove with them to Detroit when he moved there in his rookie year. I visited several times and saw him play in Cobo Arena. We stayed close for many years but lost contact over time. I would love to get back in contact with my old friend. He was a helluva ballplayer.
 
 
+2 #16 Roger Sweren 2015-04-20 02:35
Bunny and I were great friends from his college years and many years after. I drove him to Detroit when he moved up there to start his career with the Pistons and I made several trips to Detroit to see him play and hang out. We lost touch over time and I wish I knew how to reach him. I miss you old friend.
 
 
+2 #15 Dave McIntyre 2014-03-17 16:42
He's the best ! And he's not a bad stagehand either.
 
 
+4 #14 Nick Baker 2013-11-10 20:03
My father Paul Baker coached Bunny at U of B
I was too little to remember him on the court
However was old enough to remember him
When he can back to assist my father at Wheeling
My father was like a father to Bunny
Bunny was like a brother to me and my two
Brothers
Bunny was an awesome basketball player but
An even better human being! He recently
Was a pallbarrer at my fathers funeral!
Thanks for always being there for our family
My father loved you as well as my mom and
brothers Greg and Steve
Love
Nick
 
 
0 #13 Steve Levy 2013-09-02 10:57
I was one of Bunny's campers at Cousy's camp. Always wondered what happened to him. He was always a nice guy.

Our other counselor was Brendan Malone, then coaching at Power HS in NYC. He's been an NBA coach for several years, most recently an assistant with Orlando.
 
 
0 #12 Stuart R. Weinstein 2012-10-23 18:05
BUNNY SHOT THE LIGHTS OUT PLAYING FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE .COACHED BY PAUL BAKER WITH NO THREES AND IN ANTIQUATED FACILITIES WITH POOR LIGHTING , HE WAS A TRUE OFFENSIVE WEAPON .
 
 
0 #11 gene 2012-10-11 18:29
knew bunny when he was a counselor at Bob Cousy's bb camp. Nate Archibald was there just drafted by Cousy and bunny ate him up!
 

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