Pete Maravich

Pete Maravich
1947 - 1988

Pete Maravich  American Basketball

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Pete Maravich passed away on 5th Jan 1988 aged 40.

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Pete Maravich is a 40 year old American Basketballer born on 22nd June, 1947 in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. His zodiac sign is Cancer

Pete Maravich is a member of the following lists: Sportspeople from Raleigh, North Carolina, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inductees and National Basketball Association All-Stars.

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First Name Peter
Middle Name Press
Last Name Maravich
Full Name at Birth Peter Press Maravich
Alternative Name Pete, Pistol Pete
Age 40 (age at death) years
Birthday 22nd June, 1947
Birthplace Aliquippa, Pennsylvania
Died 5th January, 1988
Place of Death Pasadena, California
Cause of Death Heart Failure
Height 6' 5" (196 cm)
Weight W
Build Athletic
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
High School Edward Military Institute in Salemberg, North Carolina
University Louisiana State University
Occupation Basketball
Basketball Position Guard
NBA First Game Date 17th October, 1970
Draft Atlanta Hawks, 1st round (3rd pick, 3rd overall), 1970 NBA Draft
Hall of Fame Inducted as Player in 1987

Peter Press "Pistol Pete" Maravich (June 22, 1947 – January 5, 1988) was an American professional basketball player of Serbian descent. He was born in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, part of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area and raised in the Carolinas. Maravich starred in college at Louisiana State University (LSU) and played for three NBA teams until injuries forced his retirement in 1980. He is still the all-time leading NCAA Division I scorer with 3,667 points scored and an average of 44.2 points per game. All of his accomplishments were achieved before the three-point line and shot clock were introduced to NCAA basketball and despite being unable to play varsity as a freshman under then-NCAA rules. One of the youngest players ever inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Maravich was cited by the Hall as "perhaps the greatest creative offensive talent in history". In an April 2010 interview, Hall of Fame player John Havlicek said "the best ball-handler of all time was Pete Maravich."

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