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  1. Bill Bradley (Basketball Hall of Famers) by James Buckley, 2002-06
  2. Bradley Braves: Bradley Braves Basketball, Bill King, Peoria Civic Center
  3. Fifty Years of the Final Four : Golden Moments of the NCAA Basketball Tournament (50 Years) by Billy Packer, Roland Lazenby, 1987-11
  4. Princeton Tigers Men's Basketball Players: Chris Young, Bill Bradley, John W. Rogers, Jr., Craig Robinson, Will Venable, Richard Stengel
  5. ESPN College Basketball Encyclopedia: The Complete History of the Men's Game
  6. Sports Illustrated March 14 1966 Richmond Flowers/University of Tennessee on Cover, Jerry Quarry/Boxing, Kentucky Derby, NCAA Basketball Tournament, Los Angeles Dodgers, Bill Bradley
  7. Values of the Game by Bill Bradley, 2000-01-04
  8. Time Present, Time Past: A Memoir by Bill Bradley, 1997-01-14
  9. Michael Jordan Scrapbook by Saul Wisnia, Bill Boherty, et all 1998-09
  10. Bill Bradley:Scholar,Athl/Stsm by Tricia Andryszewski, 1999-09-01
  11. Life on the Run (Transaction Large Print Books) by Bill Bradley, 2000-03-10
  12. Basketball Players at the 1964 Summer Olympics: Bill Bradley, Larry Brown, Janis Krumins, Walt Hazzard, Jeff Mullins, Lindsay Gaze, Jaak Lipso
  13. Bradley, Bill (1943): An entry from SJP's <i>St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture</i> by Jay Parrent, 2000
  14. A Sense of Where You Are: Bill Bradley at Princeton by John McPhee, 1978-10-01

1. Bill Bradley Biography
Bill Bradley Enshrined Born Height Weight As a player on May 2, 1983 July 28, 1943 in Crystal City, MO 6foot-5 205 pounds

2. Former Senator Bill Bradley
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3. Professional NBA Players B Bradley Bill @ Basketball
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11. Bill Bradley - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Bill Bradley
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This article is about the basketball player and politician. See also Bill Bradley (baseball player) William "Bill" Bradley Office: Senior Senator, New Jersey Democratic January Clifford P. Case Robert Torricelli July 28 Crystal City, Missouri Spouse: Ernestine Bradley William Warren "Bill" Bradley (born July 28 in Crystal City, Missouri ) is an American former star basketball player who later became a well-known U.S. Senator and presidential candidate.
The son of Warren Bradley and Susie Bradley, Bill Bradley began playing basketball in fourth grade . He was a basketball star at Crystal City High School, scoring 3,068 points in his scholastic career and twice being named an All-American. With stellar academic credentials as well, he received 75 scholarship offers. Bradley chose Princeton University , even though Ivy League colleges could not offer athletic scholarships. There he again excelled in academics and became a Rhodes Scholar . In basketball, the 6' 5" Bradley was a three-time All-American and led Princeton to Ivy League championships in all three of his varsity years, scoring 2,503 points over his career for an average of 30.2 points per game. In

12. NBA History: One-on-One With Bill Bradley
Transcript of a chat between bill bradley and a number of basketball fans. Here bradley talks about his love for the game and about his political career and future plans.
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13. Bill Bradley: Biography And Much More From
Source bill bradley , Political Figure / basketball Player Born 28 July 1943Birthplace Crystal City, Missouri Best Known As Democratic senator.
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  • Born: 28 July 1943 Birthplace: Crystal City, Missouri Best Known As: Democratic senator from New Jersey
One of the first pro-athlete-turned-politicians, Bradley was also one of the few with bona fide intellectual credentials. A three-time All-American at Princeton, Bradley delayed his professional basketball career to spend two years at Oxford University on a Rhodes scholarship . Upon his return he joined the New York Knicks and played on their 1970 and 1973 championship teams. In 1978 he was elected to the U.S. Senate and served three terms. In January 1999 he announced his intention to run for president, aiming for the nomination from the Democratic Party. He was defeated in the 2000 primary elections by then Vice President Al Gore.

14. - Biography - Bill Bradley
This document is a biography of Hall of Fame basketball player bill bradley, withhis complete NBA statistics. It is a page in the Biography section of
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Alpha Index Index by Sport Index of Women
Bradley, "Bill" (William W.)
b. July 28, 1943, Crystal City, MO
NBA Career statistics One of the most publicized college athletes of his era, Bradley starred at Princeton University for three seasons, scoring 2,503 points for an average of 30.1 per game. A 6-foot-5, 205-pound forward, he was named to some All-American teams in 1963 and was a consensus All-American in 1964 and 1965, when he was unanimously named the college player of the year. Bradley, who captained the 1964 gold medal Olympic team, won the 1965 Sullivan Award as the outstanding amateur athlete of the year. He was the first basketball player to receive the award. Before he had even graduated, Bradley was the subject of a book, John McPhee's A Sense of Where You Are , originally a series of articles in the New Yorker. The title referred to Bradley's court sense. Small for his position and lacking speed, Bradley used intelligence, quickness, and hours of practice on his own to become an outstanding passer and shooter. He carried Princeton to three Ivy League titles. Bradley's value to the team was underlined in the 1964 Holiday Festival Tournament, when he scored 41 points against the University of Michigan to give Princeton a 75-63 lead before fouling out with about 41/2 minutes to play. With Bradley on the bench, Michigan outscored Princeton 17-3 to win 80-78.

15. - Biography - Basketball Index
This document is the index to basketball figures in the Biography section of bradley, bill Brennan, Joseph Brown, Larry Bunn, John. Top of Page
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Aguirre, Mark

Ainge, Danny

Alcindor, Lew
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Barlow, Babe

Barry, Rick

Barry, Sam
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Carlson, "Doc" Henry
Carnesecca, Lou Carnevale, Ben ... Top of Page -D- Daly, Chuck Dantley, Adrian D. Davies, Bob Dean, Everett S. ... Top of Page -E- Elliott, Sean Ellison, Pervis Endacott, Paul English, Alex ... Top of Page -F- Ferry, Danny Fesler, Wes Ford, Phil Foster, Bud ... Top of Page -G- Gaines, Clarence Gale, Laddie Gallatin, Harry Gardner, Jack ... Top of Page -H- Hagan, Cliff Hannum, Alex Hanson, Victor Harris, Lucy ... Top of Page -I- Iba, Hank Issel, Dan Top of Page -J- Jackson, Jim Jackson, Mark Jackson, Phil Jeannette, Buddy ... Top of Page -K- Keaney, Frank Kelly, Pam Keogan, George Kerr, Red ... Top of Page -L- Laettner, Christian Lambert, Piggy Lanier, Bob Lapchick, Joe ... Top of Page -M- Macauley, Ed Malone, Karl Malone, Moses Manning, Danny ... Top of Page -N- Naismith, James

16. Bill Bradley -- Facts, Info, And Encyclopedia Article
See also (Click link for more info and facts about bill bradley (baseball bradley retired from basketball in 1977. In 1982, he was inducted into the
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This article is about the basketball player and politician. See also (Click link for more info and facts about Bill Bradley (baseball player)) Bill Bradley (baseball player)
William Warren "Bill" Bradley (born July 28, 1943) is an (A native or inhabitant of the United States) American former professional (A game played on a court by two opposing teams of 5 players; points are scored by throwing the basketball through an elevated horizontal hoop) basketball player who later became a well-known (Click link for more info and facts about U.S. Senator) U.S. Senator and (Click link for more info and facts about presidential) presidential candidate.
A native of (Click link for more info and facts about Crystal City, Missouri) Crystal City, Missouri and the son of Warren Bradley and Susie Bradley, Bill Bradley was a (A student who holds one of the scholarships endowed by the will of Cecil J. Rhodes that enables the student to study at Oxford University) Rhodes Scholar and basketball player at (A university in New Jersey) Princeton University . He served as (The naval officer in command of a military ship) captain of the (A medal made of gold (or having the appearance of gold) that is usually awarded for winning first place in a competition) gold medal -winning U.S.

17. Bill Bradley Biography
When James Naismith invented basketball in 1891, bill bradley was the type ofplayer he envisioned. bradley possessed intangibles that don’t always appear
Bill Bradley
Weight: As a player on May 2, 1983
July 28, 1943 in Crystal City, MO
205 pounds High School:
  • Crystal City (MO) High School (1957-61)
High School Playing Highlights:
  • Scored 3,068 points Averaged 27.4 ppg in 112-game high school career Scored 20 or more points in 89 games, 30 or more points in 12 games, seven 40-point efforts and two 50-point performances Four-year letter winner Two-time Parade All-America Two-time All-State selection Three-time All-Conference selection Led Crystal City into the Missouri State Final Four three times Recruited by more than 70 colleges
  • Princeton University (1961-65)
College Playing Highlights:
  • National AP, UPI, USBWA Player of the Year (1965) Consensus First Team All-America (1964, 1965) First Team All-Academic (1965) Led Princeton to the 1965 Final Four, where he scored a record 58 points against Wichita State All-Ivy League selection (1963-65) NCAA Tournament MVP (1965) Averaged 30.2 ppg (2,503 points) in three college seasons

18. William "Red" Holzman Biography
Holzman was a streetwise basketball gym rat who mastered his trade in basketball spost-war era. Walt Frazier, Dave DeBusschere, and bill bradley.
William "Red" Holzman
Weight: As a coach on May 6, 1986
August 10, 1920 in New York, NY
November 13, 1998
175 pounds High School:
  • Franklin K. Lane High School (Jamaica, NY) (graduated 1938)
High School Playing Highlights:
  • Played two years
    All-Scholastic (1938) Enshrined in PSAL Hall of Fame (New York)
  • University of Baltimore (Baltimore, MD) (1938-39) City College of New York (New York, NY) (graduated 1942)
College Playing Highlights:
  • Played two years All-Metropolitan (1940-42) All-American (1940-42) Enshrined in City College Hall of Fame (1958)
  • U.S. Navy (1942-45)
Military Playing Highlights:
  • Scored 305 points in 1942-43 and 258 points in 1943-44
  • NBL Rochester Royals (1945-48) NBA Rochester Royals (1948-53) NBA Milwaukee Hawks, player/coach (1953-54)

19. BRADLEY, William Warren (Bill) - Biographical Information
bradley, William Warren (bill), a Senator from New Jersey; born in Crystal represented the United States in 1964 Olympic Games (basketball) at Tokyo,

20. MSN Encarta - Bill Bradley
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Encyclopedia Article Bradley, Bill , full name William Warren Bradley (1943- ), American political leader and professional basketball player, United States senator from New Jersey (1979-1997). Born in Crystal City, Missouri, Bradley was educated at Princeton University, where he was an All-American basketball player. He was a member of the victorious 1964 U.S. Olympic basketball team and was named college player of the year in 1965. Graduating with honors in 1965, he turned down a lucrative contract offer from the New York Knickerbockers of the National Basketball Association (NBA) to accept a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University in England. He joined the Knicks as a forward in 1967 and retired from basketball ten years later, after a career that included two NBA championships. His book Life on the Run (1976) was hailed for its honesty and insight into the world of professional athletes. He was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1983.

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