- St. Francis College standout went on to a successful NBA career.
- Played in 659 NBA regular-season games in 10 seasons.
- NBA career included 7,645 points; 5,314 assists; and 830 steals.
- Led NBA in assists four times, including 1978-79 when he had 1,099 assists while playing in 82 games for Detroit.
- Became the first player in NBA history to have more than 1,000 assists in a season.
- Averaged 8.1 assists per game during his career and had what was then a record 13.4 assists average in 1978-79.
- Once held the single-game assist record with 29.
- Drafted in the third round in 1972 by the Baltimore Bullets.
- Reached the NBA finals in 1975 with the Baltimore Bullets.
- Had a career average of 20.9 points a game at St. Francis College in Loretto.
- Had 1,766 career points, then second-most in Red Flash history.
- Averaged 23 or more points in each of his final three seasons, with a career-best 24.7 scoring average as a senior in 1971-72.
- Returned to St. Francis and coached the Red Flash from 1983 through 1987. His teams went 42-68.
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