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  1. Pete Maravich, basketball magician by Louis Sabin, 1973
  2. Pistol Pete Maravich: The Making of a Basketball Superstar by Bill Gutman, 1972
  3. Pistol Pete Maravich: The of a Basketball Superstar by Bill Gutman, 1972-01-01
  4. Lsu Tigers Basketball: Lsu Tigers Basketball Coaches, Lsu Tigers Basketball Players, Lsu Tigers Basketball Seasons, Pete Maravich
  5. Serbian Basketball Players: Pete Maravich, Peja Stojakovic, Vlade Divac, Dejan Bodiroga, Darko Milicic, Aleksandar Pavlovic
  6. Lsu Tigers Basketball Players: Pete Maravich, Shaquille O'neal, Dan Richey, Anthony Randolph, Glen Davis, Ossie Brown, Bob Pettit, Tyrus Thomas
  7. Pete Maravich: Basketball, Louisiana State University, National Collegiate Athletic Association
  8. Pete Maravich: Basketball Magic by Lou Sabin, 1973-01-01
  9. I Remember Pete Maravich Personal Reflections of Basketballs Pistol Pete by the People and Players Who Knew Him - 2000 publication. by Mik Towl, 2000
  10. I Remember Pete Maravich: Personal Recollections of Basketball's Pistol Pete by the People and Players Who Knew Him by Mike Towle, 2000-11
  11. Pistol: The Life of Pete Maravich by Mark Kriegel, 2008-02-05
  12. Pete Maravich: The Authorized Biography of Pistol Pete by Wayne Federman, Marshall Terrill, 2008-08-20
  13. Pete Maravich: Magician of the Hardwood (Great American Sports Legends) by Mike Towle, 2003-11
  14. Shooting the Pistol: Courtside Photos of Pete Maravich at LSU by Danny Brown, 2008-03-24

1. Maravich Scored At Will - Classic - ESPN
Signature Game Feb. 7, 1970 Pete Maravich came into the game against Alabama with two pulled muscles and late in the contest in Tuscaloosa, Ala., he hurt an ankle.
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2. Pete Maravich - Factbites
Maravich led the nation in scoring all three of his seasons, averaging 43.8, 44.2 and 44.5 and reaching 50 points 28 times. espn.go.com /classic/biography/s/maravich_pete.html (1365
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4. ESPN Classic - Maravich's Creative Artistry Dazzled
Pete Maravich is college basketball's alltime leading scorer.
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"Pete Maravich was Showtime before there was Showtime. The only problem with Pete Maravich was the four other guys; he just didn't relate to the rest of the team. A team was Pete Maravich and anybody who was inbounding to him," says columnist Robert Lipsyte on ESPN Classic's SportsCentury series. The show. Pete Maravich lived for it. Basketball fans died to see it. While Pistol Pete is the NCAA Division I all-time leading scorer, it was his game show that dazzled, as he displayed his creative genius, the kind of sleight-of-hand artistry that left crowds gasping. A skinny white guard from LSU, he was a Harlem Globetrotter in skill and spirit, if not uniform. Pete Maravich averaged 24.2 points during his 10 NBA seasons. Passes flew behind his back and backwards over his shoulder, eyes looking one way and the ball heading another. His deft dribble often twisted defenders onto their heels, the ball flashing smoothly between his legs, behind his back and through tight openings. Shots came from all angles and distances. "If I have a choice whether to do the show or throw a straight pass," said Maravich, a three-time All-American, "and we're going to get the basket either way, I'm going to do the show."

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http//espn.go.com/classic/biography/s/maravich_pete.html . Kriegel, Mark. Pistol The Life of Pete Maravich. New York Free Press, 2007. “Pete Maravich.”
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8. Maravich, Pete : Players M : Players - Mega Net
Perhaps the greatest creative offensive talent in basketball history. Check his biography, career highlights, teams he played for, and some classic pictures.
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9. ESPN Classic - Maravich Scored At Will
ALSO SEE Pistol Pete was the show Wednesday, November 19, 2003 Maravich scored at will By Bob Carter Special to ESPN.com. Signature Game Feb. 7, 1970 Pete Maravich came into the game
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Pete Maravich came into the game against Alabama with two pulled muscles and late in the contest in Tuscaloosa, Ala., he hurt an ankle. Despite the injuries, LSU's senior guard scored 47 points in the second half to finish with 69, setting an NCAA record for most points against a Division I opponent. Maravich broke the record of 68 established by Niagara's Calvin Murphy 14 months earlier. Pistol Pete fired shots at a machine-gun rate, finishing with 57. He connected on 26 (45.6 percent). On the foul line he was 17-for-21. After LSU's 106-104 loss, Maravich pursued a fan before being restrained. Press Maravich, LSU's coach and Pete's dad, said the fan had hit Pete on the back. Maravich's record lasted almost 21 years, until Kevin Bradshaw of U.S. International scored 72 against Loyola Marymount on Jan. 5, 1991. Odds 'n' Ends
  • Maravich learned trick skills early on, even hustling bets with classmates on how long he could keep a basketball twirling on his fingertip.
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    11. Pete Maravich - AskTheBrain.com
    Detailed profile of Pete Maravich from AskTheBrain.com The world's first computer generated encyclopedia.
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    12. Maravich's Creative Artistry Dazzled - Classic - ESPN
    Pete Maravich is college basketball's alltime leading scorer. Don't miss SportsCentury Pete Maravich on Thursday at 4 pm ET.
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    13. Pete Maravich - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Maravich, Pete and Campbell, Darrel (1987). Heir To A Dream. Nashville Thomas Nelson. ISBN 0840776098. Towle, Mike (2000). I Remember Pete Maravich.
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    Pete Maravich
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Pete Maravich Pete Maravich from his days at LSU No. 44, 7 Guard Personal information Date of birth June 22, 1947 Place of birth Aliquippa, Pennsylvania Date of death Place of death Pasadena, California Listed height Listed weight Career information College LSU NBA Draft / Round: 1 / Pick: 3 Selected by the Atlanta Hawks Pro career Career history Career highlights and awards Career NBA statistics Points PPG Assists Info Page Stats @ Basketball-Reference.com Basketball Hall of Fame as player Peter "Pistol Pete" Press Maravich (June 22, 1947 – January 5, 1988) made basketball history as the most spectacular college scorer ever. Born and raised in Pennsylvania , Maravich starred in college at Louisiana State University (LSU) and for three NBA teams. 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.

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    Maravich, Pete Pete Maravich LSU Guard 3 ! Junior 1969–70 Maravich, Pete Pete Maravich (2) LSU Guard 4 ! Senior 1970–71 Wicks, Sidney Sidney Wicks UCLA Center
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Oscar Robertson Trophy Awarded for the most outstanding basketball player in the men's college basketball Country United States First awarded Currently held by Evan Turner Ohio State Official website http://www.oscarrobertsontrophy.org/ The Oscar Robertson Trophy is given out annually to outstanding men's college basketball players by the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA). The trophy is considered to be the oldest of its kind and has been given out since 1959. The most recent winner was Evan Turner , who was selected on March 22, 2010.
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    USBWA College Player of the Year was started in 1959, which makes it the oldest running trophy for the college player of the year. The USBWA annually selects a player of the year and All-America teams for both men and women in college basketball. The USBWA men's player of the year award is now called the Oscar Robertson Trophy. The USBWA also selects a national coach of the year for men and women, with the men's award named after legendary coach

    15. Maravich, Pete Definition Of Maravich, Pete In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Maravich, (Peter Press) Pete (1948–88) basketball player; born in Aliquippa, Pa. He was a threetime National Collegiate Athletic Association scoring leader at Louisiana State
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    16. Maravich Pete - Email, Dirección, Número De Teléfono, ¡todo!
    Press Maravich, Pete's coach at LSU, died at 71 last April. I got a call from a Pasadena sportswriter this morning, who told me Pete had died suddenly, said Jamie Kimbrough, LSU
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    17. YouTube - Ultimate Pistol Pete Maravich MIX
    The 1 Pete Maravich highlight MIX on the web. Featured in DIME Magazine (May 2007) and Sports Illustrated (March 2007). Brought to you by the acclaimed biography, MARAVICH
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    18. PETE MARAVICH
    PETE MARAVICH Pete Maravich, a 6'5 shooting guard, was born on June 22, 1947 in Pennsylvania. In 1959 he played Varsity basketball at Daniels High in Clemson
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    PETE MARAVICH
    Pete Maravich, a 6'5" shooting guard, was born on June 22, 1947 in Pennsylvania. In 1959 he played Varsity basketball at Daniels High in Clemson, South Carolina. Pete was only in 8 th grade that year. It was that year he got the nickname of Pistol Pete Maravich. He also went to Needham-Broughton High school in North Carolina. In high school some of his numbers were: Daniels High Most points scored, 483, Needham-Broughton Most points single season 735, Needham-Broughton Best average 32, North Carolina All-star game Most points scored 47. He went to college at LSU and played for his father, Press Maravich. He was not allowed to play Varsity as a freshman, so people would fill the stands to watch the freshman game and leave before the Varsity game. In three years at LSU he scored 3,667 points. In 1968, he scored1,138 points, in 1969 he scored 1,148 points, and in 1970 he scored 1,381 points. He was the NCAA leading scoring all three years. Averaged 44.2 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 5.1 assists in his college career. He was named the College player of the year in 1970.

    19. Maravich, Pete - Astro-Databank, Pete Maravich Horoscope, Born 22 June 1947 In A
    Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Pete Maravich born on 22 June 1947 Aliquippa PA, USA
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    Jump to: navigation search Pete Maravich natal chart (noon, no houses) natal chart English style (noon, no houses) Pete Maravich Name Maravich, Pete Gender : M born on 22 June 1947 Place Aliquippa PA, USA, Timezone EDT h4w (is daylight saving time) Data source Date w/o time Rodden Rating X Astrology data or or add Pete Maravich to 'my astro'
    Biography
    American basketball player, who became known as "Pistol" Pete Maravich. He was: guard with the Jazz, Hawks and he played in the NBA 50th Anniversary All-Time Team Initially drafted to pro basketball in 1970, he was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame on May 5, 1987, and he died on January 5, 1988 of a heart attack, age 40, while he was playing basketball in a California gym. His father had died not even a year before. Link to Wikipedia biography
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    • Work : Prize 5 May 1987 (Hall of Fame) Death by Heart Attack 5 January 1988 Work : New Career 1970 (drafted to pro basketball)
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