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Basketball Player
    (October 26, 1921-March 21, 1976)
    Born in Birmingham, Kentucky
    Attended Murray State University
    Nicknamed 'Jumping Joe'
    Forward for the Philadelphia Warriors (1946-1954)
    Inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame (1977)
    He used to enjoy hunting.
    He wasn't a good field goal thrower.
    His scoring average went into decline in the later stages of his career.
    He was shot and killed during an argument over a handgun.
    He didn't live to see the day he was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
    He used to serve in the U.S. Marines.
    He created the modern jump shot to revolutionize professional basketball.
    He guided the Warriors to win the NBA's first ever championship (when the league was called the BAA) by defeating the Chicago Stags.
    He was the NBA's first scoring champion.
    He had terrific athletic drives and shooting skills.
    He held the record for the most points scored in a game (63) for a decade prior to Elgin Baylor breaking it with 64 points scored during the 1959-1960 season.
    He was a member of the NBA 25th Anniversary Team (1971).

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