Hal Greer
Over the course of 15 NBA seasons Hal Greer was the model of consistency. He turned in quality performances almost every night, scoring 19.2 points per game during his career, playing in 1,122 games, and racking up 21,586 points (14th on the all-time list). He remained with the same franchise throughout his career, starting with Syracuse in 1958 and then moving with the Nationals when they became the Philadelphia 76ers in 1963. He was an All-Star for 10 straight seasons and the second-leading scorer on Philadelphia's vaunted title team of 1966-67. more...
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Complete Bio | Summary
G
FG%
FT%
Rebs
RPG
Asts
APG
Pts
PPG
1,122
.452
.801
5,665
5.0
4,540
4.0
21,586
19.2
Full Name: Harold Everett Greer
Born: 6/26/36 in Huntington, W. Va.
High School: Douglass (Huntington, W. Va.)
College: Marshall
Drafted by: Syracuse Nationals, 1958 (14th overall)
Transactions: Nationals moved to Philadelphia
and were renamed 76ers in 1963.
Height: 6-2
Weight: 175 lbs.
Honors: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1982); NBA champion (1967); Seven-time All-NBA Second Team (1963-69); 10-time NBA All-Star (1961-70); All-Star MVP (1968); One of 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996).