ImagePete Cross experienced a short-lived NBA career. Drafted as the 23rd pick overall in the 1970 NBA Draft by the Seattle Supersonics, the highlight of his 3 year career was in his rookie season as the Sonics leading rebounder (949 rebounds in 79 games).

Cross suffered from mild seizures since 1971, which may have been linked to his unexpected death on January 2, 1977. He was 28 years old.

The Draft Review remembers Pete Cross.

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0 #3 samuel Johnson 2016-05-26 18:04
I really liked Pete ,I hope his wife and family are doing well.I dont know if he had children.I really miss the hearing of Bob Blackburn saying rebound by Cross.RIP Pete you are loved.
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0 #2 Bob Jones 2012-01-17 19:13
I never missed a home gama during Pete's career at USF. He was the best(save for Mr. Russell also a USF grad) 6'9" rebounder I have ever seen. He was also a great person. He was taken far too early.
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0 #1 Joey 2007-10-10 15:28
too young, its scarey.
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