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|Hometown:||Cherry Hill, N.J.|
- Member of Guilford’s 1973 national title team and received the tournament’s MVP.
- First freshman ever to receive the award. He was the first high school All-American to play for Guilford.
- Guilford’s all-time scoring average leader at 23.6 per game, and ranks third in school history with 2,006 points in only three seasons.
- Was a two-time All-American at Guilford his sophomore and junior years. He was named the NAIA player of the year in 1974-75.
- Drafted into the NBA in 1975, and enjoyed a 13-year career on four different teams.
- Named all-rookie NBA in 1976.
- Retired from the NBA in 1988 as the sixth-leading scorer among NBA guards with 17,995 points.
- Teammates with other former NBA players and Guilford graduates, M.L. Carr and Greg Jackson.
- Named to the Philadelphia 76er’s Director of Player Development duties in 2006.
- Received the Philadelphia Sports Congress Community Service Award (2005)