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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1967-68 Murray State JC.

14

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

20.3

1968-69 Alabama State

Did Not Play

1969-70 Alabama State

25

60.5

71.4

20.0

N/A

29.6

1970-71 Alabama State

26

72.0

83.0

19.7

N/A

30.1

1971-72 Alabama State

24

61.6

70.5

17.0

N/A

28.9

DIV I Totals

75

64.5

75.0

18.9

N/A

29.2

Comments   

-1 #4 Kenneth Payton 2016-05-05 22:57
Check over at the Indiana Reformatory in Pendleton, IN. He is probably still there/ Very nice guy, but he is not gonna move too fast for anything.
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+4 #3 Randy P 2012-05-03 18:33
Sleepy? Lazy? Gregg was one of the most dominating big men ever in high school. He scored 51 points in one game. Wood HS was rated #1 in the State of Indiana pre-season of his Senior Year. I played with him on the baseball team, and he was a fear-provoking presence on the pitcher's mound standing nearly 7 foot and he could fire the baseball like Nolan Ryan. His demeanor was misinterpreted by many, but he was a fierce competitor. He had the talent in basketball to play for a major college, but his grades weren't up to par.
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+6 #2 Mark M. from indy 2011-11-29 14:42
Greg was pretty cool when he worked at Riverside Community Center in 1978-79 when I was getting ready for college and ending my high school basketball career
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-5 #1 Kenneth Payton 2011-06-22 05:44
Northington could play, but he was sleepy and lazy, which is probably why he never made it to the NBA. Eventually he would find himself in the ultimate lazy man's job...working as a prison staff member at the Indiana State Reformatory in Pendleton, Indiana.[smiley=sad][smiley=laugh]
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