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Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Austin Carr's NCAA Tournament Records Have Stood the Test of Time

Austin Carr currently serves as an analyst on the Cleveland Cavaliers Television Network, but three decades ago he set numerous NCAA Tournament records that will likely never be broken, including: points in a game (61); scoring average in a single NCAA Tournament (52.7 ppg in 1970; he also has the second best average, 41.7 ppg in 1971); career NCAA Tournament scoring average (41.3 ppg); most 50 point games in NCAA Tournament history (three; no one else has more than one). Carr suffered a knee injury early in his NBA career that changed his game, but he still ranks as the second leading scorer in Cavaliers history. Here is a link to my article about Carr:

http://hoopshype.com/articles/carr_friedman.htm

posted by David Friedman @ 11:51 PM

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