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  1. Pete Maravich, basketball magician by Louis Sabin, 1973
  2. Pistol Pete Maravich: The Making of a Basketball Superstar by Bill Gutman, 1972
  3. Pistol Pete Maravich: The of a Basketball Superstar by Bill Gutman, 1972-01-01
  4. Lsu Tigers Basketball: Lsu Tigers Basketball Coaches, Lsu Tigers Basketball Players, Lsu Tigers Basketball Seasons, Pete Maravich
  5. Serbian Basketball Players: Pete Maravich, Peja Stojakovic, Vlade Divac, Dejan Bodiroga, Darko Milicic, Aleksandar Pavlovic
  6. Lsu Tigers Basketball Players: Pete Maravich, Shaquille O'neal, Dan Richey, Anthony Randolph, Glen Davis, Ossie Brown, Bob Pettit, Tyrus Thomas
  7. Pete Maravich: Basketball, Louisiana State University, National Collegiate Athletic Association
  8. Pete Maravich: Basketball Magic by Lou Sabin, 1973-01-01
  9. I Remember Pete Maravich Personal Reflections of Basketballs Pistol Pete by the People and Players Who Knew Him - 2000 publication. by Mik Towl, 2000
  10. I Remember Pete Maravich: Personal Recollections of Basketball's Pistol Pete by the People and Players Who Knew Him by Mike Towle, 2000-11
  11. Pistol: The Life of Pete Maravich by Mark Kriegel, 2008-02-05
  12. Pete Maravich: The Authorized Biography of Pistol Pete by Wayne Federman, Marshall Terrill, 2008-08-20
  13. Pete Maravich: Magician of the Hardwood (Great American Sports Legends) by Mike Towle, 2003-11
  14. Shooting the Pistol: Courtside Photos of Pete Maravich at LSU by Danny Brown, 2008-03-24

1. Pete Maravich Biography
When Peter Press Maravich stepped onto a basketball court, spectators and opponents had to have a carefully trained eye because "Pistol Pete

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3. Power To Change - Pete Maravich Professional Basketball Player
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5. Maravich, Pete (22 June 1947-5 Jan. 1988), Basketball Player, Was
Maravich, Pete (22 June 19475 Jan. 1988), basketball player, was born Peter Press Maravich in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, the son of Peter "Press

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9. Pete Maravich Homework Basketball Passing DVD Review
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10. Pete Maravich Biography
When peter Press maravich stepped onto a basketball court, spectators and opponentshad to have a carefully trained eye because Pistol pete rarely
Pete Maravich
As a player on May 5, 1987
June 22, 1947 in Aliquippa, PA
January 5, 1988
200 pounds High School:
  • Daniel (Clemson, S.C.) High School (1961-63)
    Needham Broughton (Raleigh, NC) (1963-65) Edward Military Institute (Salemberg, NC) (1965-66)
  • Louisiana State University (1966-70)
College Playing Highlights:
  • Three-year letter winner (1967-70) The Sporting News College Player of the Year (1970) Naismith Award Winner (1970) The Sporting News All-America First Team (1968, 1969, 1970) Three-time AP and UPI First-Team All-America (1968, 1969, 1970) Holds NCAA career record for most points (3,667, 44.2 ppg, three-year career) in 83 games Holds NCAA career record for highest points per game average (44.2 ppg) Holds NCAA record for most field goals made (1,387) and attempted (3,166)

11. NBA History: Pete Maravich Summary
Richard Pilling/NBAE/Getty Images pete maravich Hall of Famer. HonorsElected to Naismith Memorial basketball Hall of Fame (1987); AllNBA First
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Hall of Famer "Pistol Pete" Maravich was a spectacular showman who helped open up the game of basketball in the 1970s. After a legendary college career at Louisiana State, he played 10 productive seasons in the NBA, earning five trips to the NBA All-Star Game and one league scoring title. Maravich wasn't the first player to dribble behind his back or make a deft between-the-legs pass. But his playground moves, circus shots, and hotdog passes were considered outrageous during his era and, perhaps because he cultivated a freewheeling image, some basketball purists felt he was more style than substance.

12. LSU Campus | More To Pete Maravich Than The "Pistol"
By the time he left basketball in 1980, maravich had become a recluse. NBA Profile of pete maravich pete maravich, basketball Hall of Fame
Shoot Out the Moon: More to Pete Maravich than the "Pistol" Thirty-five years ago in 1970, "Pistol" Pete Maravich played his final game for LSU. It's been nearly half that time since he passed away, doing what else but playing basketball in a pick-up game at a gym in the Church of the Nazarene in Pasadena, California. Thirty-five years have passed since the "Pistol" blew away opponents and spectators alike with his nearly supernatural ball-handling skills inside the John M. Parker Agricultural Coliseum. In that time, his legend has continued to grow, and those tall-tale stories of his on-court exploits continue to become unbelievably realistic as subsequent generations witness footage of Maravich passing the ball blindly through his legs or behind his back while gliding through the air for seemingly endless stretches of time. The Making of a Legend His father, Press, who also coached Maravich at LSU, pushed a young Pete to become the best. Some credited Press for it, others derided him. The story, and there are hundreds, goes that Press once had his son dribble a basketball out of the side of the car, saying, "let's see if you really can control that thing." Pete Maravich would later admit that he was "dedicated, possessed, and obsessed" by basketball.

13. Pete Maravich Assembly Center
Opened in 1971, the building was named after the late Pistol pete maravich.This LSU basketball star played three seasons and currently holds the alltime
Directions to Campus Campus Map About LSU LSU Home Pete Maravich Assembly Center CAMPUS MAP HOME ZOOM OUT BUILDING MAP VIEW LARGE MAP Also known as the "Deaf Dome", it can seat over 14,000 spectators. Opened in 1971, the building was named after the late "Pistol Pete" Maravich. This LSU basketball star played three seasons and currently holds the all-time career scoring record for the NCAA and then went on to play professionally. This $11.5 million building is one of the most versatile on campus, providing a sports arena, concert facilities, and an auditorium.
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14. ESPN Classic - Maravich's Creative Artistry Dazzled
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"Pete Maravich was Showtime before there was Showtime. The only problem with Pete Maravich was the four other guys; he just didn't relate to the rest of the team. A team was Pete Maravich and anybody who was inbounding to him," says columnist Robert Lipsyte on ESPN Classic's SportsCentury series. The show. Pete Maravich lived for it. Basketball fans died to see it. While Pistol Pete is the NCAA Division I all-time leading scorer, it was his game show that dazzled, as he displayed his creative genius, the kind of sleight-of-hand artistry that left crowds gasping. A skinny white guard from LSU, he was a Harlem Globetrotter in skill and spirit, if not uniform. Pete Maravich averaged 24.2 points during his 10 NBA seasons. Passes flew behind his back and backwards over his shoulder, eyes looking one way and the ball heading another. His deft dribble often twisted defenders onto their heels, the ball flashing smoothly between his legs, behind his back and through tight openings. Shots came from all angles and distances. "If I have a choice whether to do the show or throw a straight pass," said Maravich, a three-time All-American, "and we're going to get the basket either way, I'm going to do the show."

15. ESPN Classic - Maravich Scored At Will
7, 1970 pete maravich came into the game against Alabama with two pulled musclesand on how long he could keep a basketball twirling on his fingertip.
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Signature Game
Feb. 7, 1970 -
Pete Maravich came into the game against Alabama with two pulled muscles and late in the contest in Tuscaloosa, Ala., he hurt an ankle. Despite the injuries, LSU's senior guard scored 47 points in the second half to finish with 69, setting an NCAA record for most points against a Division I opponent. Maravich broke the record of 68 established by Niagara's Calvin Murphy 14 months earlier. Pistol Pete fired shots at a machine-gun rate, finishing with 57. He connected on 26 (45.6 percent). On the foul line he was 17-for-21. After LSU's 106-104 loss, Maravich pursued a fan before being restrained. Press Maravich, LSU's coach and Pete's dad, said the fan had hit Pete on the back. Maravich's record lasted almost 21 years, until Kevin Bradshaw of U.S. International scored 72 against Loyola Marymount on Jan. 5, 1991. Odds 'n' Ends
  • Maravich learned trick skills early on, even hustling bets with classmates on how long he could keep a basketball twirling on his fingertip.
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    Position: G
    Height: Weight: 197 lbs.
    Born: June 22 , 1947 in Aliquippa, PA
    Died: January 5, 1988
    High School: Edward Military Institute in Salemberg, NC
    College: Louisiana State University
    Inducted into Hall of Fame as Player in 1987 Drafted by the Atlanta Hawks in the 1st round (3rd pick) of the 1970 NBA draft. Statistics: Totals Per Game Per 40 Minutes Advanced
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    Click on the G for game logs, if available. Glossary Year Ag Tm Lg G GS MP FG FGA 3P 3PA FT FTA ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TO PF PTS +-+++-+-+-+++-+-++-+-+-+++++-+ 1971 23 ATL NBA ATL NBA ... NBA 26 442 123 249 3 4 50 55 10 28 38 29 9 2 37 49 299 TOT NBA 43 964 244 543 10 15 91 105 17 61 78 83 24 6 82 79 589 +-+++-+-+-+++-+-++-+-+-+++++-+ 10 Seasons 658 24316 6187 14025 10 15 3564 4344 426 1421 2747 3563 587 108 530 1865 15948 +-+++-+-+-+++-+-++-+-+-+++++-+ 82-Game Avg 3030 771 1748 19 29 444 541 81 270 342 444 111 21 306 232 1987 Career High 81 3089 886 2047 10 15 501 606 98 329 422 546 120 23 248 261 2273 +-+++-+-+-+++-+-++-+-+-+++++-+

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    Posted: Monday March 21, 2005 4:53PM; Updated: Monday March 21, 2005 4:53PM By Tim Layden Nominees for's Greatest College Basketball Player of All Time: Jack McCallum: Lew Alcindor, UCLA Chris Mannix: Larry Bird, Indiana State Pete McEntegart: Wilt Chamberlain, Kansas Richard Deitsch: Chamique Holdsclaw, Tenn. Andrew Lawrence: Michael Jordan, UNC Grant Wahl Christian Laettner, Duke Tim Layden: Pete Maravich, LSU Frank Deford: Bill Russell, San Francisco John Walters: Diana Taurasi, Connecticut Alexander Wolff: David Thompson, NC State Ian Thomsen: Bill Walton, UCLA Complete archive Reader responses REACT Who is the greatest college player of all time? Your name:
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    A junior high school boy in upstate New York thirsted for college basketball. Two years earlier, he had snuck out of his bedroom to watch, bug-eyed, as Texas Western stunned Kentucky on a Saturday night to win the national title. Now he gained permission to watch Alcindor on the rare nights when his games were televised. He bought a basketball scorebook, just like one his coach used at his junior high games. It was green with a thick cardboard cover and on each pair of facing pages he could write Xs for baskets and circled Xs for free throws. He could be a part of every game on television.

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    Would you have voted for Pete Maravich over Michael Jordan? Yes 1272 votes No 1090 votes Total: 2362 votes This poll is not scientific and reflects the opinions of only those Internet users who have chosen to participate. The results cannot be assumed to represent the opinions of Internet users in general nor the public as a whole. Century's Best Guidelines
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    19. Encyclopedia: Pete Maravich
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    Updated 35 days 11 hours 2 minutes ago. Other descriptions of Pete Maravich Pete Maravich June 22 January 5 ), known in the basketball world as "Pistol Pete", was a legendary player who starred in college and for three NBA teams. June 22 is the 173rd day of the year (174th in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar, with 192 days remaining. ... 1947 was a common year starting on Wednesday (link will take you to calendar). ... January 5 is the 5th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. ... 1988 is a leap year starting on a Friday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Basketball is very popular in U.S. colleges. ...

    20. Pete Maravich -- Facts, Info, And Encyclopedia Article
    In 1982 pete maravich found religion and became a motivational speaker, He enjoyed the life of a retired basketball player. maravich was inducted into
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    Pete Maravich (June 22, 1947 - January 5, 1988), known in the (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 world as "Pistol Pete", was a legendary player who starred in college and for three (Click link for more info and facts about NBA) NBA teams.
    Born in (Click link for more info and facts about Aliquippa, Pennsylvania) Aliquippa, Pennsylvania of (A member of a Slavic people who settled in Serbia and neighboring areas in the 6th and 7th centuries) Serbian descent, Pete had seemed to marvel his family and friends with his basketball ability since he was young. His father (Click link for more info and facts about Press Maravich) Press Maravich , former player turned coach, showed Pete the fundamentals starting at age 7. Pete would spend hours practicing ball control tricks, passes, head fakes, and long range shots. He decided on the guard position, the only position he would ever play.
    He attended three high schools as a teen: Daniel High School in (Click link for more info and facts about Clemson, South Carolina)

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