Bob Cousy

United States

Basketball

B: August 9, 1928

Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame

Cousy was a three-time All-American at Holy Cross and was selected third overall in the 1950 N.B.A. draft by the Tri-Cities Blackhawks. Cousy refused to report to the Blackhawks and went on to play thirteen seasons with the Boston Celtics. He was an all-star each season with Boston, and briefly joined the Cincinnati Royals as player/coach in the 1969-'70 season. Cousy won the N.B.A. MVP award in 1957 and won six titles with the Celtics. He coached Boston College for the six years between his two stints in the N.B.A. Cousy later served as commissioner of the American Soccer League and often was commissioner of The Superstars in the 1980's. He was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1970, and was named a member of the NBA 35th Anniversary All-Time team in 1981, as well as the 50th Anniversary team in 1996.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1977 Preliminary 1
8
12
$1,200
None
TOTALS
12
$1,200
0

PERSONAL BESTS
Swimming - 50 Meters

41.85

1977 Preliminary 1
Swimming - 100 Meters

1:45.00

1977 Preliminary 1
Tennis
3rd
1977 Preliminary 1
Baseball Hit

19

1977 Preliminary 1
Points Scored

12

1977 Preliminary 1


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