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Extractions: Alpha Index Index by Sport Index of Women Although he was only 6-foot-6, Erving starred as a center at the University of Massachusetts, averaging 27 points and 19 rebounds a game in his junior year. He then left school to sign a four-year, $500,000 contract with the American Basketball Association's Virginia Squires. Known as "Dr. J" or simply "the Doctor" because of the way he could operate on defenses, Erving was cat-quick and had incredible leaping ability. He could soar through the air from the foul line to the basket, finishing the play with a slam dunk, and he could out-jump taller opponents to grab rebounds. He was an instant star as a professional, averaging 27.2 points and 15.7 rebounds as a rookie in 1971-72. After the season, he signed a contract with the NBA's Atlanta Hawks, but a court ordered him to play for the Squires. Erving led the league with 31.9 points in his second year, when he had 22 rebounds per game. The financially-troubled Squires then traded him to the New York Nets. In three years with the Nets, Erving led the league in scoring twice, in 1974 and 1976, was most valuable player both years, and shared the MVP award with George McGinnis in 1975. The Nets won the ABA championship in 1974 and 1976 and Erving was also the most valuable player in the playoffs both times. The ABA was absorbed by the NBA in 1976, when Erving joined the Philadelphia 76ers. He remained with them until retiring after the 1986-87 season.
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Extractions: Dr. J is one of only three players in history to score a career total of over 30,000 points in professional playIn the 1970s, Julius Erving did more than anyone to build the fledgling American Basketball Association (ABA) into a worthy rival of the NBA. He was voted most valuable player in the ABA for three consecutive seasons. When he moved to the Philadelphia 76ers of the NBA, he continued to surprise and delight the fans with his dazzling moves. and all Lovers of the game, Philadelphia fans in particular, thrilled to see Dr. J leap from behind the foul line, traveling 15 feet through the air to dunk the ball, throwing off the opposition with multiple mid-air feints along the way. His unique and imaginative style of play has forever changed our notions of what is possible on a basketball court. In a sense, today's basketball superstars are all the children of Dr. J.
Extractions: Basketball Bash 1999 A Smash Tyrone Evans A.K.A. Julius Erving Wins Slam Dunk Contest Oct. 30, 1999 PULLMAN-Wash. An enthusiastic crowd estimated at more than 2,500 helped the Washington State men's and women's basketball teams usher in the 1999-2000 basketball seasons at Basketball Bash '99 Saturday morning at Beasley Coliseum. Highlights of the hour-long event included Jan-Michael Thomas' brilliant three-point archery, an impassioned speech from new women's coach Jenny Przekwas and newcomer Tyrone Evans winning the slam dunk contest. Following the introduction of both squads, the two teams squared off in a three-point shooting contest. Senior Alke Dietel (Halle, Germany) got the women off to a fast start, staking her team to a three-point lead by edging senior Blake Pengelly (Eugene, Ore.) 10-7. Freshman Nick Graham (Stillwater, Okla.) and senior Chris Crosby (Littleton, Colo.) then rallied the men to a 27-25 lead, passing seniors Cathy McNeely (Philomath, Ore.) and Jen Kerns (Coeur d'Alene). Thomas, a senior from Inglewood, Calif., then nailed down the win for the men by scoring an impressive 17 points. At one point, he netted seven shots in a row. Junior Katie Nyseth (Cheshire, Ore.) finished with eight points for the women, which made the final tally 44-33.
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Extractions: 1995 Julius Erving... Julius Erving "Just as Babe Ruth changed baseball forever, I think that Julius changed basketball forever," Pat Williams said. "Historians will recall his era as the pivotal point in the evolution of the game." His effect on the current generation of players is established, well-documented. Just watch a Dominique Wilkins levitate or a Michael Jordan elevate and you see what he has inspired. His effect at the box office, similarly, is undeniable. As soon as the leagues were merged and the schedule made public, the same scene was replayed in every city where they had pro hoops: People went to the ticket window, extracted a sheaf of bills and placed their orders: "Gimme two for the Doctah!" It has continued that way for more than a decade now. His effect on the X's and O's has been a bit more subtle. The accepted genius in tactical matters, of course, is Arnold Auerbach, long of the Boston Celtics. No dissertation on strategy is complete unless it includes something from Red on Roundball. Accordingly: "It's not entirely accurate to say that Dr. J brought the fastbreak to the professional game. There were some teams" (ahem) "that were fond of running before he came along. But he made people realize the potential of having players who could create in an open floor. The game becomes pretty simple when you run a fastbreak and one of the players filling the lane can just jump over the defense..."
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Extractions: JULIUS ERVING Basketball Player Name at birth: Julius Winfield Erving II Julius Erving was a high school and college basketball star, nicknamed "The Doctor" and "Dr. J" known for his flamboyance and skill on the court. He came out of the NCAA averaging over 20 points and 20 rebounds per game. Erving left college to play professionally in the now-defunct American Basketball Association, where he was one of the most gifted players and one of the biggest draws at the box office. After five years with the ABA, Erving joined the NBA and played another eleven years for the Philadelphia 76ers, helping them to win a championship in 1983. He retired in 1987, having scored more than 30,000 points in his career.
Extractions: Basketball: Julius Erving His unique and imaginative style introduced new ways for players to attack their opponents. In one form or another, all of today's superstars are descended from "Dr. J." Julius Erving was born in Hempstead, Long Island, a suburb of New York. His father left the family when Julius was three, forcing his mother to work as a maid in order to provide enough food for Julius and his two brothers. They lived in a shared apartment, which made life very difficult for everyone. But Mrs. Erving worked overtime to make sure her sons lacked for nothing. Erving was aware of his basketball talent and used it as a ticket to a better life. When he was 10 years old, he averaged 10 points a game for a local team. At 13, because of his high scoring averages in school, he played on the Roosevelt High varsity team.
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Julius Erving Offers statistics and photographs of "Dr. J" when he played for UMass in 1969-71, as well Category Sports basketball NBA Players E erving, juliusjulius Dr. J erving DOB Feb. 22, 1950 Had his jersey 32 retired in 1988;Inducted into the basketball Hall of Fame in 1993. postUMass. http://umasshoops.com/history/alumni/julius_erving/
Extractions: DOB: Feb. 22, 1950 at UMass post-UMass Pictures at UMass "I remember my first college game as a varsity player. I had a 27 point/28 rebound game. I wasn't a big guy, but I was able to chase rebounds down, and that set a school record in the first game." Got the nickname "Dr. J" in the pros, but due to NCAA rules, was not allowed to dunk at UMass