NBA Archive 75: Billy Cunningham


, the lean leaper, who earned the nickname “Kangaroo Kid,” became a collegiate star in the days before ’s program was a national powerhouse. As such, Cunningham became the first UNC player to be enshrined in the Hall of Fame, but he also was a rare Tar Heels star who played in neither the NCAA tournament nor the NIT. (NBA.com)

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NBA Archive 75: Billy Cunningham


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