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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1974-75 Maryland

29

58.0

82.0

3.3

4.6

12.6

1975-76 Maryland

28

51.3

79.3

2.6

5.9

11.6

1976-77 Maryland

27

51.2

78.4

3.4

4.9

12.4

DIV I Totals

84

53.5

79.9

3.1

5.1

12.2

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0 #3 Greg Thrasher 2011-02-19 13:59
Brad invited me to play ball with him many times in LA we lived in same apt complex year he was drafted by LA....Great Shooter Super Guy
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0 #2 Guest 2011-02-19 13:57
I was living next door to Brad his first year in LA..Super nice guy!!!!!
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+1 #1 Guest 2011-02-17 08:51
Guess I'm the only oldster who remembers how well this cat dished while running the fast break at Maryland. I'm not sure the Terps have had a better PG since then. Part of Lefty's explosive "three-guard offense", he ran the point while fellow Gs Mo Howard and John Lucas filled the lanes. Davis was fast, fearless, and confident, often finishing the break with no-look, behind-the-back, and wraparound passes that brought the crowd out of its seat. Much more talented and effective than his older brother Mickey (ex-Milwaukee Bucks), who deserves credit for letting Brad tag along for schoolyard games in the Pittsburgh and environs in the early 1970s. Looks like the dude picked up a whole lot. A nice baller.
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