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Rick Barry

Biography

Rick Barry gained national attention as a basketball player for the University of Miami when he became the 1965 NCAA Scoring Champion, averaging 37.4 points per game. A year after being drafted by the San Francisco Warriors, he was named NBA Rookie of the Year. In 1967, Barry was named the All-Star Game MVP, and in 1969, he led the Oakland Oaks to an ABA championship. Amazingly, by the time he retired, he was a twelve-time all-star; was the only player to lead the NCAA, ABA, and NBA in scoring; and had the second-best career free-throw percentage in NBA history, at 90 percent. Today, Rick Barr

Books by Rick Barry

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