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Bill Bradley

  • Height: 6-5
  • School: Princeton
  • How acquired: Draft
  • Years with team: 10
  • Jersey number: 24
  • Knicks earnings: *
  • * denotes incomplete earnings

Bradley graduated from Princeton in 1965, both a Rhodes Scholar and James E. Sullivan Award winner as the nation's top amateur athlete.

The Knicks drafted Bradley as a territorial pick in the 1965 NBA Draft. Bradley didn't sign immediately, instead playing in Italy for a season, before joining the Knicks after the 1967 preseason.

In Bradley's third season, the Knicks won the franchise's first NBA championship. Bradley averaged 14.5 points per game on 46 percent shooting, one of six Knicks to average in double digits.

Three seasons later, in Bradley's best season as a pro, the Knicks won their second championship, beating the Lakers in five games. Bradley averaged 16.1 points during the regular season, a career high, earning a trip to his lone All-Star Game. He also averaged 14.0 points per game in the playoffs.

Bradley, who spent his entire career with the Knicks, averaged double digits in scoring eight of his 10 years in the league. He played 82 games four times, and finished in the top five in free throw percentage four times.

Bradley and teammate Dave DeBusschere were inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1983.

Statistics with Knicks

  • Points: 9,217
  • Games: 742
  • Minutes: 22,799
  • PPG: 12.4
  • RPG: 3.2
  • APG: 3.4
  • Rebounds: 2,354
  • Assists: 2,533
  • Steals: 209
  • Blocks: 65
  • Field goals: 3,927
  • 3-pointers: 0
  • Free throws: 1363
  • FG%: 0.448
  • 3P%: 0.000

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