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Ron Horn
Born: May 24, 1938 City: Marion, Indiana Height: 6' 7" Position: Forward University: Indiana
         
Team League Year Num Gms FG% FT% Reb Asts Pts RPG APG PPG
U.S. Army All-Stars AAU 59-60 52,53                  
St. Louis Hawks NBA 61-62 12 3 8 50 6 1 3 2.0 0.3 1.0
San Francisco Saints ABL 61-62 21 53     275 72 452 5.2 1.4 8.5
Hawaii Chiefs ABL 62-63 32 24     172 31 450 7.2 1.3 18.7
Los Angeles Lakers NBA 62-63 24 28 33 69 71 10 74 2.5 0.4 2.6
Trenton Colonials EPBL 63-64
Denver Rockets ABA 67-68 30 1 0 100 1 0 2 1.0 0.0 2.0
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                       
University of Indiana Hoosiers
     
   
1st Row: Manager Paul Pack, Leroy Gamble, Al Schlegelmilch, Gary Long, Bob Wilkinson, Coach Branch McCracken
2nd Row: Assistant coach Lou Watson, Leroy Johnson, Herb Lee, Gene Flowers, Stan Hill
3rd Row: Frank Radovich, Bill Balch, Ron Horn, Glen Butte
4th row: Norbert Witte, Walt Bellamy, Lee Aldridge
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San Francisco Saints 1961-62 Home (ABL)
     
   
San Francisco Saints 1961-62 Road (ABL)
     
     
Long Beach Chiefs 1962-63 Home (ABL)

Thanks Keith Olbermann


Long Beach Chiefs 1962-63 Road (ABL)
     

Nick Romanoff (41), Bill Spivey (55), Fred LaCour (11), Ben Warley (31), Ron Horn (32)
Long Beach Chiefs at Oakland Oaks

Gene Brown (15), Ron Horn (32), Bill Garner
Long Beach Chiefs at Oakland Oaks
   
Trenton Colonials 1963-64 Home (EPBL)
     
Camden Bullets 1963-64 Road (EPBL)
     
   
Indiana Pacers 1967-68 Home (ABA)
     
   
Thanks Keith Olbermann
Indiana Pacers 1967-68 Road (ABA)