Story of the Week
In May 1987, Pete Maravich was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame, a tribute to his efforts as a pro that included a 24.2 scoring average and one league scoring championship. But it was as a player at Louisiana State University that he truly sparkled.
For three straight seasons, between 1967 and 1970, he led the nation in scoring while performing under the coaching of his father, Press Maravich. In acquiring the nickname "Pistol" for his p...
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