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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1958-59 Holy Cross FR.

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

32.6

1959-60 Holy Cross

24

52.6

76.4

5.7

N/A

24.6

1960-61 Holy Cross

27

46.1

72.2

10.5

N/A

26.9

1961-62 Holy Cross

26

50.4

86.9

8.3

N/A

33.3

DIV I Totals

77

49.7

78.9

9.4

N/A

28.4

Comments   

0 #3 Mark EPPY Epstein 2015-02-04 20:41
Jack was the most unheralded great shooters in the history of the sport. Still remembered fondly by John Havlicek who was drafted one round earlier by the Celtics. I played 4 years in high school for The Shot in the 60's. If only I had his shooting drills he would show me on tape. He would make 10 free throws in a row every day after practice blindfolded, I would blind fold him with my HANDS! God Bless The Shot!
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0 #2 Mark EPPY Epstein 2015-02-04 20:29
The most unheralded great shooters in the history of basketball. "The Shot" is fondly remembered by Hondo Havlicek who was drafted one round earlier by the Celtics. I spent 4 years playing for "The Shot" in high school in the 60's. He put on the greatest shooting demonstrations for me everyday after practice. If only I had them on film. I used to blind fold him WITH MY HANDS and he would make 10 free throws in a row, every single time! God Bless You "Shot"!!
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0 #1 knud knudsen 2010-09-16 19:37
Jack "The Shot" Foley was one of the deadliest long range shooters ever. No 3 point shot when he played or he would have averaged 40 a game. Too frail to play in the NBA.
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