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Earl "The Pearl" Monroe dazzled fans with his basketball skills and showmanship at Winston-Salem State, with the Baltimore Bullets and with the New York Knicks. Playing for Hall of Fame coach Big House Gaines, in 1967 Monroe averaged 41.5 points a game leading Winston-Salem State to the NCAA Division II crown. He followed this up by winning the 1967 NBA Rookie of the Year with the Bullets. In 1973, Earl was an important factor in the Knicks capturing the NBA Championship. In his 13-year NBA career, Monroe tallied 17,454 total points, averaged 18.8 points per game and played in four All-Star Games. In 1996, the flamboyant passer, dribbler and scorer was selected as one of the NBA's 50 greatest players. Silver Relief medallion. In NM condition.
Earl Monroe Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 1990 Medallion
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