Player and coach. Duke star forward, 1962–1964. First-team all-ACC, 1962–1964. ACC Player of the Year, 1964. Second-team AP and UPI all-American, 1964. McKelvin Award as ACC’s outstanding athlete, 1964. MVP, 1963 and 1964 Eastern Regionals. Led Duke to 1963 and 1964 Final Fours. All-Final Four, 1964. Member of U.S. men’s gold-medal Olympic team, 1964. Scored 1,888 college points, averaging 21.9 per game. Fifth pick, 1964 NBA draft. Played with St. Louis Hawks, 1965–1966, and San Francisco/Golden State Warriors, 1967–1976. High-scoring, 6-ft.-4-in. guard averaged over 20 points per game four times. Played 1969, 1970, 1971 NBA All-Star Games. Helped Golden State to 1975 NBA title. Career total 13,017 points, 16.2 per game. Head coach, UNC-Charlotte, 1986–1996. Record 182-142. Three NCAA appearances. Sunbelt Conference Coach of the Year, 1988. Born 1942, Astoria, N.Y.
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