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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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


33, 30, 31, 40

Career history

Baltimore Bullets

Oakland Oaks / Washington Caps

Carolina Cougars

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

3,106 (12.2 ppg)

1,398 (5.5 rpg)

227 (0.9 apg)

Stats at


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]


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

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