Gary Bradds

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(1942-07-26)July 26, 1942
Jamestown, Ohio

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July 15, 1983(1983-07-15) (aged 40)
Greenville, Ohio

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American

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6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)

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210 lb (95 kg)

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Greeneview (Jamestown, Ohio)

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Ohio State (1961–1964)

NBA draft
1964 / Round: 1 / Pick: 3rd overall

Selected by the Baltimore Bullets

Playing career
1964–1971

Position
Forward

Number
33, 30, 31, 40

Career history

1964–1966
Baltimore Bullets

1967–1969
Oakland Oaks / Washington Caps

1970
Carolina Cougars

1970–1971
Texas Chaparrals

Career highlights and awards

ABA champion (1969)
AP Player of the Year (1964)
UPI College Player of the Year (1964)
Consensus first-team All-American (1964)
Consensus second-team All-American (1963)

Career NBA and ABA statistics

Points
3,106 (12.2 ppg)

Rebounds
1,398 (5.5 rpg)

Assists
227 (0.9 apg)

Stats at Basketball-Reference.com

Medals

Representing  United States

Men’s basketball

Pan American Games

1963 São Paulo
Team Competition

Gary Lee “Tex” Bradds (July 26, 1942 – July 15, 1983) was an American basketball player. He attended Greeneview High School where he once scored 61 points in a game (12/08/1959 versus Mt. Sterling).[1][2] The school’s gym is named in his honor.[3]

Contents

1 College
2 Professional career
3 Personal
4 References
5 External links

College[edit]
Bradds enrolled at University of Kentucky but transferred after two days.[4]
He played collegiately for the Ohio State University. Was National Player of the Year[5] and winner of the Adolph Rupp Trophy in 1964. Teammates included Jerry Lucas, John Havlicek, Bobby Knight, Mel Nowell, and Don DeVoe. Averaged 28.0 points and 13.0 rebounds as a junior, after replacing Jerry Lucas. Averaged 30.6 points and 13.4 rebounds as a senior. Had six consecutive 40 point games his senior year,[6] including a school record 49 against Illinois (2/10/64).[7] During the streak, Bradds averaged 44.3 points and scored 46% of Ohio State’s points. Streak ended against Iowa with Bradds scoring 30 points. Member of 2 Big Ten Championship teams, 1963–64. Was member of the 1963 Pan American Games, winning a gold medal.[8] Pan Am team included Willis Reed and Lucious Jackson. Was captain of the team in 1964.[9] His #35 has been retired at Ohio State (1/27/2001).[10] Is a member of their Hall of Fame (ind
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