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Larry Steele
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Basketball Player
    (May 5, 1949- )
    Born in Greencastle, Indiana
    Attended the University of Kentucky
    Drafted 37th overall by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 1971 NBA Draft
    Guard for the Portland Trail Blazers (1971-1980)
    Led the NBA in steals with 217 (1974)
    Broadcaster for the NBA on CBS
    Head coach for the University of Portland (1987-1994)
    #15 retired by the Trail Blazers
    In the same year he was drafted by the Trail Blazers, he was drafted by the ABA's Kentucky Colonels and never played for them (1971).
    He spent his early stages of his NBA on losing Trail Blazers teams.
    He recorded a career high of 295 personal fouls.
    He got into several injuries that ended his NBA career.
    He missed 4 3-point field goals in all 4 attempts in his final NBA season.
    He was coached by Adolph Rupp during his time at the University of Kentucky.
    He was a versatile player as he helped the Trail Blazers win the 1977 NBA Finals.
    He recorded 9 or more steals a game four times.
    He played in 610 games, ranking him for the most games in a Trail Blazers uniform.
    He has a basketball camp in Vernonia, Oregon.

Credit: Neo NX2004

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