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Larry Cannon
Born: April 12, 1947 City: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Height: 6' 4" Position: Guard University: LaSalle
         
Team League Year Num Gms FG% FT% Reb Asts Pts RPG APG PPG
Miami Floridians ABA 69-70 30 57 38 68 141 153 672 2.5 2.7 11.8
Denver Rockets ABA 70-71 15 80 44 79 333 414 2126 4.2 5.2 26.6
Denver Rockets ABA 71-72 15 - - - - - - - - -
Memphis Pros ABA 71-72 15 26 37 75 74 78 437 2.8 3.0 16.8
Indiana Pacers ABA 71-72 33 29 38 72 33 72 186 1.2 2.6 6.6
Indiana Pacers ABA 73-74 33 3 43 33 3 3 7 1.0 1.0 2.3
Philadelphia 76ers NBA 73-74 14 19 39 68 36 52 117 1.9 2.7 6.2
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                       
LaSalle University
     
   
Miami Floridians 1969-70 Home (ABA)
     
   
Miami Floridians 1969-70 Road (ABA)
     

Hubie White (32), Jeff Congdon (23), Larry Cannon (30), Wilbert Jones (14)
Miami Floridians at Denver Rockets
   
Denver Rockets 1970-71 Home (ABA)
     

Larry Cannon (L), Doug Moe (R)
Virginia Squires at Denver Rockets

Julius Keye (13) Manny Leaks, John Beasley (44), Larry Cannon (15)
Texas Chaps at Denver Rockets

 Larry Cannon (15), Mack Calvin (R)
Miami Floridians at Denver Rockets
Denver Rockets 1970-71 Road (ABA)
     
     
Denver Rockets 1971-72 Home (ABA) Preseason
     
   
Denver Rockets 1971-72 Road (ABA) Preseason
     
   
Memphis Pros 1971-72 Home (ABA)
     
     
Memphis Pros 1971-72 Road (ABA)
     

Ralph Simpson (44), Larry Cannon (15)
Memphis Pros at Denver Rockets
   
Indiana Pacers 1971-72 Home (ABA)
     
     
Indiana Pacers 1971-72 Road (ABA)
     
     
Indiana Pacers 1973-74 Home (ABA)
   
Indiana Pacers 1973-74 Road (ABA)
     
     
Philadelphia 76ers 1973-74 Home (NBA)
     
     
Philadelphia 76ers 1973-74 Road (NBA)