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Bob Davies

Bob Davies

American basketball player

  • Desc: Robert Edris Davies was an American professional basketball player in the 1950s. Alongside Bobby Wanzer he formed one of the best backcourt duos in the NBA's early years. Davies and Wanzer led the Rochester Royals to the 1951 NBA championship.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Davies
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0816nx
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 485.37

Bob Davies

American author

  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/g/1218dyp7
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 160.42

Bob Davies

Musical artist

  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0nhr9mj
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 150.56

Bob Davies

Greg Davies' father

Bob Davies

Fictional character

Bob Davies

President of Murray State University

  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0h8hnz2
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 142.30
Robert Davies-Jones

Robert Davies-Jones

British meteorologist

  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/010fb5jp
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 94.51

Chuck Wagon

American musician

  • Desc: Robert "Bob" Davis, known by his stage name Chuck Wagon, was an American musician and original member of Los Angeles punk rock band The Dickies, with whom he released two albums. He also released a solo 7" single called "Rock n' Roll won't go away".
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_Wagon_(musician)
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/01w_vcf
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 77.23

James Davies

Musical artist

  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0kqf685
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 76.26
Bob Cousy

Bob Cousy

Basketball player

  • Desc: Robert Joseph Cousy is an American retired professional basketball player. Cousy played point guard with the Boston Celtics from 1950 to 1963 and briefly with the Cincinnati Royals in the 1969–70 season.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Cousy
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/01z7g9
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 34.94
Bob McAdoo

Bob McAdoo

American basketball player

  • Desc: Robert Allen McAdoo is an American former professional basketball player and coach. He played 14 seasons in the National Basketball Association, where he was a five-time NBA All-Star and named the NBA Most Valuable Player in 1975.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_McAdoo
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/053tzp
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 34.89
Bob Knight

Bob Knight

American basketball coach

  • Desc: Robert Montgomery Knight is a retired American basketball coach. Nicknamed "The General", Knight won 902 NCAA Division I men's college basketball games, the most all-time at the time of his retirement and currently second all-time, behind his former player and assistant coach Mike Krzyzewski of Duke University.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Knight
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/01jwf
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 33.55
Bob Lanier

Bob Lanier

American basketball player

  • Desc: Robert Jerry Lanier, Jr. is an American retired professional basketball player who played for the Detroit Pistons and Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association. Lanier was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1992.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Lanier_(basketball)
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/04cz26
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 31.91

Zack Clayton

Basketball player

  • Desc: Zachariah "Zack" Clayton was a basketball player for the New York Rens. As a boy, Clayton played at the Christian Street YMCA along with Charles "Tarzan" Cooper, Jackie Bethards and Bill Yancey.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zack_Clayton
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0130ywh9
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 31.82

John Beckman

Basketball player

  • Desc: John Beckman was a professional basketball player. During his 27 years lasting pro career he was known as the "Babe Ruth of basketball". He is mostly known for his time with the Original Celtics. He was enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1973.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Beckman
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05ltrq
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 31.69
Bob Pettit

Bob Pettit

American basketball player

  • Desc: Robert Lee Pettit Jr. is an American retired professional basketball player. He played 11 seasons in the NBA, all with the Milwaukee/St. Louis Hawks. He was the first recipient of the NBA's Most Valuable Player Award. He also won the NBA All-Star Game MVP award four times, a feat matched only by Kobe Bryant. He was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1970.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Pettit
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05ndy1
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 31.41

Bob Hurley

Basketball coach

  • Desc: Robert Emmet Hurley, Sr. is a basketball coach. At the now-closed St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, New Jersey, Hurley amassed 28 state championships and more than 1000 wins in 39 years as a coach.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Hurley
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/03nr5hw
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 29.06

Ed Wachter

Basketball player

  • Desc: Edward A. Wachter was a professional basketball player. Wachter, a native of Troy, New York, played for several professional teams, like the Troy Trojans, in his 25-year career. He later coached at several schools, including Harvard University. He was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1961.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ed_Wachter
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05hz3m
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 26.99

Bob Douglas

Basketball coach

  • Desc: Robert L. Douglas was the founder of the New York Renaissance basketball team. Nicknamed the "Father of Black Professional Basketball", Douglas owned and coached the Rens from 1923 to 1949, guiding them to a 2,318-381 record.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Douglas
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/085jlt
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 26.79

Bob Kurland

Basketball player

  • Desc: Robert Albert Kurland was a 7 feet American basketball center, who played for the two-time NCAA champion Oklahoma A&M Aggies basketball team.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Kurland
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/08xtpk
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 26.57

John Russell

American basketball player

  • Desc: John "Honey" Russell was an American basketball player and coach born in Brooklyn, New York. He turned professional after his sophomore year of high school, playing for numerous early 20th century pro teams, including many in the American Basketball League.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Russell_(basketball)
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0blnw3
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 25.90

Bertha Teague

American basketball coach

  • Desc: Bertha F. Teague was an American basketball coach. She coached the Byng High School girls' team in Byng, Oklahoma for 42 years with a career record of 1,157-115. Her teams won 8 Oklahoma state titles and 98 consecutive games from 1936 to 1939.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bertha_Teague
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02vx1nd
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 24.87

Ernest Schmidt

American basketball player

  • Desc: Ernest J. Schmidt was an American college basketball player born in Nashville, Kansas. He played college basketball for Kansas State Teachers College of Pittsburg in the early 1930s and was considered one of the best players of his time.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernest_Schmidt
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02vwgks
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 24.59

Thomas Barlow

American basketball player

  • Desc: Thomas B. Barlow was an American professional basketball player. He is mostly known for his time with the Philadelphia Sphas and Philadelphia Warriors of the ABL. He was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1981.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Barlow_(basketball)
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05ltnv
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 23.52

Clifford Wells

American basketball coach

  • Desc: W. R. Clifford "Cliff" Wells was an American basketball coach and administrator. As a high school basketball coach in Indiana he led his teams to winning more than 50 tournaments, including two Indiana state championships in 1919 and 1934.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clifford_Wells
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02vx6l7
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 23.41

Bob Houbregs

Basketball player

  • Desc: Robert J. Houbregs was a Canadian professional basketball player. A 6-foot 8-inch, 225-pound forward-center, Houbregs attended the University of Washington from 1949 to 1953. In 1952, Houbregs was a Second Team Consensus All-America selection.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Houbregs
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/09f_xy
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 22.83

Lester Harrison

American basketball player

Jack McCracken

American basketball player

  • Desc: Jack D. "Jumping Jack" McCracken was an American basketball player in the 1930s and 1940s. A native of Chickasha, Oklahoma, McCracken went to Classen High School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_McCracken
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05j1bl
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 22.77
Guy Rodgers

Guy Rodgers

American basketball player

  • Desc: Guy William Rodgers was an American professional basketball player born in Philadelphia. He spent twelve years in the NBA, and was one of the league's best playmakers in the early to mid-1960s.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guy_Rodgers
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05n14n
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 22.52

Lloyd Leith

American basketball referee

  • Desc: Lloyd R. Leith was an American basketball referee and high school coach. The San Francisco, California native officiated 16 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championships between 1939 and 1955.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lloyd_Leith
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0cs2rw
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 22.36

Tarzan Cooper

American basketball player

  • Desc: Charles "Tarzan" Cooper was an American professional basketball player. He is mostly known for his time with the New York Renaissance. Cooper was born in Newark, Delaware. After playing at Philadelphia Central High School, Cooper turned pro in 1925.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarzan_Cooper
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05m234
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 21.56

Dallas Shirley

Basketball referee

  • Desc: Dallas Shirley was a basketball referee. He officiated more than 2000 basketball games in his 33-year career, which ended in 1966. He was the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials president from 1952 to 1953. He took part in the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, officiating basketball. He was a member of the first NBA officiating crew. He was enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1980. In 1994, Shirley donated a collection of documents and memorabilia to The George Washington University. The collection includes pennants, patches, trophies, media guides, scrapbooks, and photographs. It is currently under the care of GW's Special Collections Research Center, located in the Estelle and Melvin Gelman Library.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dallas_Shirley
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0cfzcs
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 21.36
Lou Carnesecca

Lou Carnesecca

American basketball coach

  • Desc: Luigi P. Carnesecca is a retired American college basketball coach at St. John's University. Carnesecca also coached at the professional level, leading the New York Nets of the American Basketball Association for three seasons.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lou_Carnesecca
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/04hp24
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 21.22
Uljana Semjonova

Uljana Semjonova

Latvian-Soviet basketball player

  • Desc: Uļjana Larionovna Semjonova is a retired Soviet-Latvian basketball player. Standing at 2.15 m or taller Semjonova was the leading women's basketball player in the world in the 1970s and 1980s.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uljana_Semjonova
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/03yq7q
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 20.86

David Tobey

American basketball referee

  • Desc: David "Dave" Tobey was an American basketball referee. He refereed many notable pro games in New York between 1918 and 1925. In 1926 he refereed the Syracuse vs. West Point game, which featured two future Hall of Famers, Vic Hanson and John Roosma.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Tobey
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02vx5x7
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 20.81

Bob E. Davies

Basketball coach

  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05kgs7g
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 20.77

Pedro Ferrándiz

Spanish basketball coach

Bobby Leonard

Bobby Leonard

American basketball player

Cat Thompson

Cat Thompson

American basketball player

  • Desc: John Ashworth "Cat" Thompson was an American basketball player. He won the Utah state championship with Dixie High School team and finished second in the High School National Tournament in 1925.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat_Thompson
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02vx1tl
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 20.53
Paul Endacott

Paul Endacott

Basketball player

Buffalo Germans

Basketball team

  • Desc: The Buffalo Germans was an early basketball team formed in 1895 at a YMCA on Buffalo's East Side. Team members included Dr. Fred Burkhardt, Philip Dischinger, Henry J. Faust, Alfred A. Heerdt, Edward Linneborn, John I. Maier, Albert W. Manweiler, Edward C. Miller, Harry J. Miller, Charles P. Monahan, George L. Redlein, Edmund Reimann, Williams C. Rhode and George Schell.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffalo_Germans
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/07v4ms
  • Type: Thing, SportsTeam
  • Result Score: 20.49

Bob Carpenter

American basketball player

Clifford Fagan

Basketball player

  • Desc: Clifford B. "Cliff" Fagan was a high school basketball referee who became executive director of the National Federation of State High School Athletic Associations and eventually president of the Basketball Hall of Fame and board member for FIBA, the international governing body for the sport of basketball.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clifford_Fagan
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0c91_d
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 20.12

Harold Anderson

Basketball coach

  • Desc: W. Harold Anderson was a college men's basketball coach at Bowling Green State University and the University of Toledo. As a player, he played at Otterbein College, a small liberal arts college outside Columbus, Ohio.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Anderson_(basketball)
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05lt9l
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 19.83

Charley Hyatt

Basketball player

  • Desc: Charles D. Hyatt was a collegiate basketball player in the late 1920s. The Syracuse, New York native played three seasons at University of Pittsburgh under coach Clifford Carlson.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charley_Hyatt
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0bw_w8
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 19.68

National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame

Hall of fame

Pop Gates

American basketball player

  • Desc: William "Pop" Gates was an American professional basketball player. He was born in Decatur, Alabama and attended high school in New York, New York.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop_Gates
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05qz4d
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 19.45

Mirko Novosel

Basketball coach

  • Desc: Mirko Novosel is an legendary retired Croatian basketball coach who coached some of the greatest players in former Yugoslavia and Croatia, such as Croatian Hall of Famers - Krešimir Ćosić and Dražen Petrović.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mirko_Novosel
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02vtg03
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 19.14
Dino Meneghin

Dino Meneghin

Italian basketball player

  • Desc: Dino Meneghin is an Italian former professional basketball player. He is widely considered to be the best Italian player ever, as well as one of Europe's all-time greats. A 2.06 m tall center, Meneghin was born in Alano di Piave, Veneto.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dino_Meneghin
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/04scfd
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 19.10

Ben Stephens

American basketball player

  • Desc: Ben Stephens was an American professional basketball player. A 6'0" guard/forward from the University of Iowa, Stephens played three seasons in the National Basketball League as a member of the Akron Wingfoots.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Stephens
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02z2tdw
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 19.08

Matthew P. Kennedy

American basketball referee

Bill Calhoun

American basketball player

Ray Meyer

Ray Meyer

American basketball coach

  • Desc: Raymond Joseph Meyer was an American men's collegiate basketball coach from Chicago, Illinois. He was well known for coaching at DePaul University from 1942 to 1984, compiling a 724–354 record. Meyer coached DePaul to 21 post-season appearances.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Meyer
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05r56k
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 18.93

Ubiratan Pereira Maciel

Basketball player

Sandro Gamba

Sandro Gamba

Italian basketball coach

  • Desc: Alessandro "Sandro" Gamba is an Italian former professional basketball coach and player. Gamba was a finalist for induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2005, and was elected as a member in 2006.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandro_Gamba
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0cd18t
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 18.77

David Walsh

American basketball referee

John O'Brien

American basketball referee

Louis Wilke

American basketball coach

  • Desc: Louis G. Wilke was an American basketball coach and administrator. After coaching basketball on a high school level, he became the coach for Phillips University in 1928. He also coached the AAU Phillips 66ers from 1929 to 1931 to a 98-8 record.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Wilke
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02vx75v
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 18.43

Dick Davies

American basketball player

  • Desc: Richard Allan Davies was an American basketball player. He played for the gold medal-winning United States men's national basketball team at the 1964 Summer Olympics.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Davies
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0gmh2kg
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 18.36
Eddie Hickey

Eddie Hickey

American basketball coach

  • Desc: Edgar S. Hickey was an American football and basketball coach. He coached basketball at his alma mater of Creighton University, St. Louis University and Marquette University, compiling a 429–230 record. Hickey also served as the head football coach at Creighton in 1934, tallying a mark of 2–7. After retiring from coaching, Hickey managed the American Automobile Association headquarters in Terre Haute, Indiana.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eddie_Hickey
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05q43r
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 18.33

Ace Gruenig

American basketball player

  • Desc: Robert F. "Ace" Gruenig was an American amateur basketball player during the 1930s and 1940s. The 6 ft. 8 in. Gruenig is considered as one of the game's first great big men.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ace_Gruenig
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/09gbmh
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 18.17

Arad McCutchan

Basketball coach

  • Desc: Arad A. McCutchan was a collegiate basketball coach. The Evansville, Indiana native coached his hometown University of Evansville from 1946 to 1977, guiding the Purple Aces to a 515-313 record.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arad_McCutchan
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/09gd9z
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 18.10

Kevin Harlan

American announcer

  • Desc: Kevin Harlan is an American television and radio sports announcer. The son of former Green Bay Packers executive Bob Harlan, he broadcasts NFL and college basketball games on CBS and is a play-by-play announcer for the NBA on TNT.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_Harlan
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/06td7p
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 18.09

Bob Doll

American basketball player

  • Desc: Robert W. "Bob" Doll was an American professional basketball player who played in the early days of professional basketball for the St. Louis Bombers and Boston Celtics during the early years of the NBA.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Doll
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0ddcxly
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 18.03

Goose Tatum

American athlete

  • Desc: Reece "Goose" Tatum was an African American multi-sport athlete. Born in El Dorado, Arkansas, Tatum played Negro League Baseball before becoming a star basketball player with the Harlem Globetrotters. Goose and Satchel Paige were teammates.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goose_Tatum
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/06zt05
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 18.02

Bennie Borgmann

Basketball player

  • Desc: Bernhard Borgmann was a professional basketball player. Born in Haledon, New Jersey, he played for 17 years between 1919 and 1936, and is mostly known for his time with the Kingston Colonials and Original Celtics.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bennie_Borgmann
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05lxr9
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 17.99

Harry Litwack

Basketball coach

  • Desc: Harold "Chief" Litwack was a college basketball coach. He served as men's head coach of Temple University from 1952 to 1973, compiling a 373-193 record. Litwack was born in Poland, but raised in Philadelphia, USA. He graduated from Temple in 1930.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Litwack
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05r4wh
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 17.96

Lynn St. John

Football coach

  • Desc: Lynn Wilbur "The Saint" St. John was an American football, basketball, and baseball coach and college athletics administrator. The Union City, Pennsylvania native was the head basketball coach at Ohio State University from 1911 to 1919, and served as the school's second athletic director, a position he held for 33 years.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynn_St._John
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0c1m16
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 17.96

Bob Kinney

American basketball player

  • Desc: Robert Paul Kinney was an American professional basketball player in the Basketball Association of America, National Basketball Association and National Professional Basketball League. Besides Bob, his nicknames included Hi-Pocket and Bat-em Bob.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Kinney
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0dd9g7w
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 17.62
Seton Hall Pirates men's basketball

Seton Hall Pirates men's basketball

Basketball team

Sergei Belov

Sergei Belov

Basketball player

  • Desc: Sergei Alexandrovich Belov was a professional basketball player, most noted for playing for CSKA Moscow and the Soviet Union national basketball team.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergei_Belov
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/085hvz
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 17.34

Russ Granik

Basketball player

  • Desc: Russ Granik is an American sports executive who served as Deputy Commissioner of the NBA for 22 years. He retired from that position on July 1, 2006, after 30 years with the NBA.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russ_Granik
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0f2xs6
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 17.25

Bob Fitzgerald

American basketball player

  • Desc: Robert "Bob" Fitzgerald was an American professional basketball player. A 6 feet 5 inches center/forward from Fordham University, Fitzgerald played two seasons in the Basketball Association of America as a member of the Toronto Huskies, New York Knicks, and Rochester Royals.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Fitzgerald_(basketball)
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0gyrstw
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 17.25

Jerry Bush

Basketball coach

  • Desc: Gerard L. "Jerry" Bush was a college men's basketball coach and player. He was the head coach of Toledo from 1947 to 1954 and Nebraska from 1954 to 1963.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_Bush
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0x20kxt
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 17.24

Vic Hanson

Football player

  • Desc: Victor A. Hanson was an American football player and coach, basketball player, and baseball player. A three-sport college athlete, he played football, basketball, and baseball at Syracuse University in the 1920s, serving as team captain in all three sports.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vic_Hanson
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0bx098
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 16.93

John Schommer

American athlete

  • Desc: John Joseph Schommer was an American multi-sport athlete in the 1900s. He is considered by some to be the first basketball superstar and one of the first great all-around athletes.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Schommer
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b_xz8
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 16.86

Lidiya Alekseyeva

Basketball coach

  • Desc: Lidiya Vladimirovna Alekseyeva was a Russian basketball coach. Alekseyeva was born in Moscow. As a player, she won the USSR women's league with MAI Moscow team in 1947, 1951, 1954, 1955 and 1956 and the USSR Cup in 1952.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lidiya_Alekseyeva
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02wwkt9
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 16.86

Skinny Johnson

American basketball player

Alexander Gomelsky

Russian-Soviet basketball coach

  • Desc: Alexander Yakovlevich Gomelsky was a Soviet and Russian professional basketball coach of Jewish origin. The father of Soviet and Russian basketball, he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and was an inaugural member of the FIBA Hall of Fame.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Gomelsky
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/07g1_h
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 16.81

All-NBA Team

Honor

  • Desc: The All-NBA Team is an annual National Basketball Association honor bestowed on the best players in the league following every NBA season. The voting is conducted by a panel of sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the United States and Canada. The team has been selected in every season of the league's existence, dating back to its inaugural season in 1946.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All-NBA_Team
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/027sy7x
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 16.74

Walter Meanwell

Basketball coach

  • Desc: Walter E. Meanwell was an English college men's basketball coach in the 1910s, 1920s and 1930s. The Leeds, England native coached in the U.S. for the University of Wisconsin–Madison and the University of Missouri to an overall record of 290–101.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Meanwell
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0bq_0q
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 16.52

George Hepbron

Basketball referee

  • Desc: George T. Hepbron was a basketball referee. He is credited with writing the game's first book, How to Play Basketball, in 1904. Hepbron was a close friend of Dr. James Naismith, and subsequently played a major role in the early development of the game, especially in the area of rules. Hepbron held leadership roles with the Amateur Athletic Union Basketball Committee and the National Basketball Rules Committee. Hepbron was enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1960 as a referee.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Hepbron
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0c4th_
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 16.40

Ben Carnevale

American basketball coach

Robert Hughes

Basketball coach

  • Desc: Robert Hughes Sr. is the United States' all-time winningest high school basketball coach. From 1973 to 2005, he coached at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in the Fort Worth, Texas Independent School District. He previously coached at I.M.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Hughes_(basketball)
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/026_g_5
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 16.21

Roger Brown

American basketball player

Red Holzman

Red Holzman

Basketball player

  • Desc: William "Red" Holzman was an National Basketball Association basketball player and coach probably best known as the head coach of the New York Knicks from 1967 to 1982.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Holzman
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/03ychp
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 15.98
Everett Dean

Everett Dean

American basketball coach

Bobby McDermott

Bobby McDermott

American basketball player

  • Desc: Robert "Bobby" McDermott was an American professional basketball player in the 1930s and 1940s. He was known as an outstanding shooter and has been called "the greatest long-distance shooter in the history of the game" by contemporaries.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_McDermott
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05qz8n
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 15.93

1948-49 BAA season

Tournament

  • Desc: The 1948–49 BAA season was the third and final season of the Basketball Association of America. The postseason tournament at its conclusion, the 1949 BAA Playoffs, ended with the Minneapolis Lakers winning the BAA Championship, beating the Washington Capitols 4 games to 2 in the BAA Finals.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1948%E2%80%9349_BAA_season
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/09nky6
  • Type: Thing, Event
  • Result Score: 15.64

Lawrence Fleisher

American attorney

  • Desc: Lawrence "Larry" Fleisher was an American attorney and sports agent. Born in The Bronx, New York, Fleisher, a 1953 graduate of Harvard Law School, at the request of professional basketball player Tom Heinsohn, helped found the National Basketball Association Players’ Association, of which he would serve as president from 1962 to 1968, during which time pensions, minimum salaries, and disability pay were secured for the membership.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawrence_Fleisher
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0c92gp
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 15.54

Forrest DeBernardi

American basketball player

  • Desc: Forrest S. "Red" DeBernardi was an American college basketball player in the 1920s. Standing 6 ft. 1 inches tall, DeBernardi was one of the best centers of his era, but played all five positions.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forrest_DeBernardi
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/09gbb7
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 15.54

Description. Lang: en

Robert Edris Davies (January 15, 1920 – April 22, 1990) was an American professional basketball player in the 1950s. Alongside Bobby Wanzer he formed one of the best backcourt duos in the NBA's early years. Davies and Wanzer led the Rochester Royals to the 1951 NBA championship. Davies was also a former basketball coach at the Seton Hall University and was inducted to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on April 11, 1970.
Although Bob Cousy is often considered the originator of the behind-the-back dribble, Davies actually deserves the credit. His Seton Hall coach, "Honey" Russell, once said, "He had such uncanny control of the ball behind his back that it never concerned me. He made it look as easy as the conventional dribble."
Davies entered Seton Hall in 1938 on a baseball scholarship, but Russell persuaded him to concentrate on basketball after seeing him practice once. Never a high scorer—his best college average was 11.8 points a game—Davies was a consummate passer and play-maker.."
Known as the "Harrisburg Houdini", Davies led Seton Hall to 43 consecutive victories from 1939 into 1941. His spectacular skills helped attract the largest crowd in basketball history at the time, 18,403 people, to Madison Square Garden in March 1941, when Seton Hall beat Rhode Island in a quarter-final game of the National Invitation Tournament.
An All-American guard in 1941 and 1942, Davies joined the U. S. Navy during World War II and led the Great Lakes Naval Training Station team to a 34-3 record before going overseas. After the war, he joined the Rochester Royals and played with them through the 1954–55 season.
Davies helped lead the Royals to an NBL title in 1946, and was named MVP of the NBL for the 1946–47 season. Davies was named to the NBA All-NBA First-Team four straight years, from 1949 through 1952, and he led the NBA in assists with 321 in 1948–49. In his 10 NBL/NBA seasons, Davis scored 7,770 points, averaging 13.7 a game, and had 2,250 assists. He added 904 points and 182 assists in 67 playoff games. He was one of the ten players named to the NBA 25th Anniversary Team in 1971.
Davies coached Seton Hall in 1946–47, while playing with the Royals, and compiled a 24-3 record. After retiring as a player, he coached Gettysburg College for two seasons, winning 28 games while losing 19. The No. 11 jersey worn by Davies during his playing days with the Rochester Royals was retired by the team. The Sacramento Kings, the present holders of the franchise, continue the honor.
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