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  1. Doc: The Rise and Rise of Julius Erving by Vincent Mallozzi, 2009-11-02
  2. Julius Erving (NBA Legends) by Norman L. Macht, Mitchell Nauffts, 1994-10
  3. The Definitive Word on Michael Jordan
  4. Sports Hero, Dr. J.: The Story of Julius Erving by Marshall Burchard, 1976-05
  5. Julius Erving (Creative Education Sports Superstars) by Thomas Braun, John Keely, 1981-03
  6. Julius Erving: Doctor J and Julius W (Black American Athletes) by Linda Jacobs Altman, Jeffrey E. Blackman, 1976-07
  7. Umass Minutemen Basketball Players: Marcus Camby, Rick Pitino, Julius Erving, Stephane Lasme, Al Skinner, Derek Kellogg, Gary Forbes
  8. Erving, Julius "Dr. J" (1950): An entry from SJP's <i>St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture</i> by G. Allen Finchum, 2000
  9. Julius Erving, Doctor J and Julius W (Black American athletes) by Linda Jacobs, 1976
  10. Sports Illustrated - December 24-31, 1984 Issue: Edwin Moses & Mary Lou Retton Cover, Dan Marino, Julius Erving, Larry Bird, and More! (Volume 61 Number 28)
  11. Julius Erving: An entry from Gale's <i>Notable Sports Figures</i> by Aric Karpinski, 2004
  12. The Fabulous Dr. J.: All Time All Star by Louis. Sabin, 1976-11
  13. Julius Erving (Black Americans of Achievement) by Josh Wilker, 1995-02
  14. Doctor J.: A Biography of Julius Erving by James Haskins, 1975-09

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42. Erving, Julius (Winfield) - Encyclopedia Britannica - On History
Full Name Julius Erving. Nationality African American Activity American athlete. Born 2202-1950

43. Erving, Julius
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44. - Biography - Julius Erving
This document is a biography of basketball player Julius Erving. It is a page in the Biography section of, the largest collection of sports information on the
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Erving, Julius W. II
b. Feb. 22, 1950, Roosevelt, NY
NBA Career statistics 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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