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  Walt Bellamy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Bellamy, a 6'11'' center from Indiana, played in 14 NBA seasons.
In Bellamy's rookie year, he averaged 31.6 ppg.
Bellamy played in 4 all-star games and is a member of basketball's Hall of Fame.
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  Walt Bellamy Information
Bellamy had a stellar 14 year career in the NBA and was the NBA first overall draft pick in 1962.
Bellamy is a prominent member of Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African Americans.
Bellamy was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1993.
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 Walt Bellamy - Hoopedia
Bellamy became the first Hoosier to be the #1 pick of the NBA draft.
Bellamy was named the NBA Rookie of the Year in 1962 after having arguably one of the three greatest rookie seasons in NBA history (along with Wilt Chamberlain and Oscar Robertson).
Bellamy was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1993.
hoopedia.nba.com /index.php/Walt_Bellamy   (328 words)

  
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Walt Bellamy arrived in Atlanta in February of 1970 after a brief stint with the Detroit Pistons.
Bellamy played his best basketball as an Atlanta Hawk during the 1971-1972 season.
Bellamy finished his Hall of Fame career in 1975 after amassing 20,941 points.
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 NBA.com: Walt Bellamy Bio
Bellamy, a native of New Bern, N.C., had a style of play that may have reflected his laid-back southern nature similar to a fellow native Tar Heel and jazz musician, John Coltrane.
When he retired in 1974, Bellamy was sixth all-time in scoring, third all-time in rebounding and his.516 career shooting percentage was largely based on dominating, yet agile moves in the paint.
Bellamy averaged just 11.6 points that season, but he rallied to average 14.7 points for the Hawks in 1971, 18.6 in '72 and 16.1 in '73.
www.nba.com /history/players/bellamy_bio.html   (985 words)

  
 Reporter-Times.com - Walt Bellamy still a staple of IU basketball record book (print view)
Bellamy is now acting as a public affairs consultant in Atlanta, where he spent part of his NBA career.
For all his accomplishments, Bellamy is a very modest man. He grew up in a small town in North Carolina, Newburn, and came to IU in the late 1950s, back in the days when fl players were still a rare commodity.
Bellamy became the first Hoosier to be the No. 1 pick of the NBA draft and lived up to it with a rookie year that ranked right up there with ones posted by Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell.
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 NBA History: Walt Bellamy Bio
One thing that followed Bellamy around that may play a part in him having a less than a legendary legacy was the thought that he was not dedicated.
Bellamy, a native of New Bern, N.C., had a style of play that may have reflected his laid-back southern nature similar to a fellow native Tar Heel and jazz musician, John Coltrane.
Bellamy averaged just 11.6 points that season, but he rallied to average 14.7 points for the Hawks in 1971, 18.6 in '72 and 16.1 in '73.
www.bobcatshoops.com /history/players/bellamy_bio.html   (1004 words)

  
 Articles: AthlonSports.com - Athlon's No. 48 NBA Greatest: Walt Bellamy
Bellamy, a native of New Bern, N.C., was a second-team All-American at Indiana University.
Bellamy was his guinea pig, and his information convinced Leonard to give him a job.
Bellamy, whose style of play often reflected his laid-back southern nature, played for five franchises and was traded three times during his career.
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 HickokSports.com - Biography - Walt Bellamy
The 6-foot-11, 245-pound Bellamy averaged 20.6 points a game in three years as the starting center at the University of Indiana and was chosen by the Chicago Packers in the first round of the 1961 NBA draft.
Bellamy was selected by the New Orleans Jazz in the 1974 expansion draft, but was released after playing just one game and he then announced his retirement.
Bellamy added 850 points in 46 playoff games, an 18.5 average, and had 680 rebounds.
www.hickoksports.com /biograph/bellamyw.shtml   (228 words)

  
 NBA.com: ALL-STAR 2003
Bellamy’s time with the Hawks wasn’t all that long—just four-plus seasons—but while in Atlanta he was a pivot fixture and a strong interior force.
Bellamy was the ’62 NBA Rookie of the Year with the old Chicago Zephyrs (later the Baltimore Bullets, later the Washington Wizards) and came to Atlanta from Detroit in ’70, one year after a midseason trade allowed him to set an NBA record by playing in 88 regular-season games.
Bellamy was a high-percentage finisher inside, a pretty good passer for a man his size and a physical defender.
www.sasilverstars.org /allstar2003/soaring_hawks_030123.html   (1824 words)

  
 Walt Bellamy - Definition, explanation
Walter Jones Bellamy (born July 24, 1939 in New Bern, North Carolina) is a former pro basketball player.
He had a stellar 14 year career in the NBA but is mostly known for his time with the Baltimore Bullets.
Bellamy was a member of the 1960 US Olympic team featuring Jerry West, Oscar Robertson and Jerry Lucas.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/w/wa/walt_bellamy.php   (141 words)

  
 History of Basketball: Part IX
One bright spot for the Packers was center Walt Bellamy who was second in the NBA in scoring with 32 points a game, and third in the NBA in rebounds with 19 a game.
Bellamy continued to be a dominate inside force for the Bullets who finished second in the west behind that lakers with a record of 38 and 42.
Bellamy however did set the NBA record for most games played during a season, after he was traded he played in 88 games because the Knicks had played more games then the Pistons had prior to the trade,
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 Sunshine Boxing Photo Gallery :: Walt Bellamy
Jackie Smith interview Walt Bellamy at Celebrity Fight Night Reception Atlanta.jpg
Jackie Smith interviews NBA Hall of Famer Walt Bellamy at Celebrity Fight Night Atlanta.jpg
Walt Bellamy, Jackie Smith, Roberto Duran at Fight Night Atlanta.jpg
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 NBA Team History - History of NBA Basketball Teams, NBA History
The best of the lot was 6-11 Walt Bellamy, a center from Indiana who had been selected with the first pick in the draft.
Bellamy ranked fourth in the NBA with 27.0 points per game, backed by Dischinger (20.8 ppg, ninth in the league), and Johnson (17.3).
Bellamy was great anytime and anywhere, but especially on December 4 when he set a club record by hauling down 37 rebounds against St. Louis.
www.hollywoodsportsbook.com /basketball_history/nbahistory_wizards.cfm   (7428 words)

  
 The New Bern Sun Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Bellamy, who is the brother of NBA Hall-of-Famer Walt Bellamy, is currently undefeated as a professional boxer (10-0) and is the No. 2-ranked heavyweight in North Carolina behind current champion Donnell Holmes and top contender Calvin Brock.
Until 1996, Bellamy, who is ranked 78th nationally, was a professional in basketball, playing overseas in countries ranging from Finland to New Zealand.
Bellamy worked for two years at a jail and then served as a probation officer from 1998-2000.
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 ESPN.com - Knicks blossomed after adding DeBusschere
I was in my first year coaching the Philadelphia 76ers (1968), when Dave DeBusschere was traded from the Pistons to the Knicks for center Walt Bellamy and reserve guard Howard Komives.
The backcourt was Walt Frazier and Dick Barnett.
By trading away Bellamy, Holzman was able to move Reed to center and put DeBusschere on the front line with Bill Bradley.
sports.espn.go.com /espn/print?id=1553691&type=columnist   (530 words)

  
 ATL: New GuRu Knicks : Los Angeles Lakers
Walt Frazier - 6'4'' / 200 - ('69-'70) - (16.0 salary)
Walt Bellamy - 6'10'' / 225 - ('65-'66) - (11.0 salary)
Walt was gonna be my main FA target before you picked him up, good job.
www.clublakers.com /forums/atl-new-guru-knicks-t59246.html   (302 words)

  
 NorthWest Fantasy Football & Basketball
Walt Bellamy 57 pts, 24 rebs, 22/33 and 14/15 shooting (05/12/2005)
Walt Bellamy 54 pts, 20 rebs, 9 blocks (12/07/2004)
Walt Bellamy 53 pts 19 rebs in rookie debut (11/15/2004)
www.hushofdawn.com /sports/pages/historical_boxscores/record_breakers.htm   (629 words)

  
 The best 2 minutes in sports
Simple to say, "You already got all the toys, Big Daddy, so you can't mar the most exciting two minutes in sports," surpassed, of course, only by the next time Joe Torre extricates Kevin Brown early because he's turned into Charlie Brown.
You can't find two minutes of more enjoyable TV (lottery winners, shut it), unless you count the two minutes after you turn off one of the 300 ESPN shows hosted by Stuart Scott.
Saddle up and bring home a winner, as long as it's not Big George's Bellamy Road.
www.azcentral.com /arizonarepublic/sports/articles/0506weekend0506.html   (451 words)

  
 Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, CA - AOL City Guide
A long time coming, the $274 million Walt Disney Concert Hall provides a state-of-the-art performance space for the Los Angeles Philharmonic and a breathtaking new architectural landmark for the city.
A large window at the rear of the hall allows natural light in during the day, and the curved, sail-like forms on the ceiling are made of Douglas fir, the same wood used to make high- quality cellos and violas.
Plans: Walt Disney Concert Hall will be a permanent home to the Philharmonic and the Los Angeles Master Chorale, which have previously shared an over-crowded schedule with the Los Angeles Opera at the neighboring Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
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 Bellamy - Francis Bellamy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Professor David Bellamy, botanist, writer and broadcaster has become one of the Dr. Bellamy is the author of over 40 books and 80-plus scientific papers
The Pledge of Allegiance was written by Francis Bellamy in 1892 and expresses ideas The Bellamy cousins were totalitarian socialists, and the ideas that
Francis Bellamy was born in Mount Morris, New York, where his father, David Bellamy, Bellamy received his fame by writing the Pledge of Allegiance,
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 USATODAY.com - Wizards ponder draft options   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The only other time the Washington Wizards have had the first pick in the NBA draft was in 1961, when they were known as the Chicago Packers.
Bellamy was a 6-foot-11 center who played three seasons at Indiana (freshmen were ineligible then) and, at 22, had won an Olympic gold medal as a member of the 1960 team.
As a rookie, he averaged 31.6 points and 19.0 rebounds and was named rookie of the year.
www.usatoday.com /sports/nba/01draft/stories/2001-06-27-wizards-options.htm   (606 words)

  
 Official Website of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame - Hall of Famers
New Bern, NC One of the most coveted players of his era, Walt Bellamy was an exceptionally skilled offensive force and defensive stopper.
Playing in 1,043 of 1,055 games (98 percent) during his fourteen-year pro career, Bellamy compiled huge statistical numbers.
Bellamy was a member of the U.S. Olympic team that won the gold medal in Rome in 1960.
www.hoophall.com /halloffamers/bhof-walt-bellamy.html   (237 words)

  
 Dick's Sporting Goods - Jerseys: Atlanta Hawks Hardwood Classics Athentic Jerseys: Mitchell & Ness Atlanta Hawks ...
Mitchell & Ness Atlanta Hawks 1971-72 Walt Bellamy 'Bells' Alternate Jersey
You will be the envy of all of your friends when they see you in this Atlanta Hawks Walt Bellamy 1971-72 alternate home jersey from Mitchell and Ness.
This officially licensed jersey is made with a soft, durable blend of cotton and nylon for a comfortable feel.
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 MORGAN COUNTY CITIZEN: NAACP celebrates successful year at Freedom Fund Banquet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
For the upcoming year, Bellamy reminded members to think about improving the numbers of registered voters.
The evening was full of inspirational words, with Georgia NAACP president, Walter Curtis Butler, also of Morgan County, urging the audience to use their voices.
Bellamy also asked chapter members to work with the governor to save the HOPE scholarship.
morgancountycitizen.com /gbase/Expedite/Content?oid=oid:1031   (355 words)

  
 DeBusschere dead at 62   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Walt Frazier too was not living up to his potential.
Walt Frazier: "They called timeout to try to ice me. When we went over to our bench no one was saying anything to me...it's like...oh..these two are in the basket..you know...
Walt Frazier:" We had five guy who came from different and varied backgrounds...but when we came to play as a team man it was something beautiful to watch because the ball really moved around the court.."
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/911480/posts   (7742 words)

  
 Basketball Digest: Quick quiz
True or false: In 1986, NBA legends Barry, Walt Frazier, Earl Monroe, and Pete Maravich all were elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Only Rick Barry, Walt Frazier, and Pete Maravich were in the 1986 Hall of Fame class.
Photo: The last player to raise his scoring by at least 11 points and rebounding average by at least six rebounds in consecutive seasons was Bob McAdoo (1972-73 to 1973-74).
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 matt 28 in bellamy photos photo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Bellamy is a surname, and may refer to:
Francis Bellamy, author of the Pledge of Allegiance; cousin of Edward Bellamy
Matthew Bellamy, singer and guitarist with the rock band Muse
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 Athletes - Walt Bellamy
Bellamy had a stellar 14 year career in the NBA but is mostly known for his time with the Baltimore Bullets.
Bellamy was a member of the 1960 US Olympic team featuring Jerry West
You may redistribute it, verbatim or modified, providing that you comply with the terms of the GFDL.
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 NBA.com: All-Time Finals Challenge: 1970 Knicks
The key move came on Dec. 19, 1968, when high-scoring center Walt Bellamy was dealt to Detroit along with guard Howie Komives for Dave DeBusschere, a hard-working forward who had served as player-coach of the Pistons at age 24.
Flashy young Walt "Clyde" Frazier was the playmaker, averaging 20.9 ppg and ranking second in the NBA in assists at 8.2 apg.
He also was adept at playing the passing lanes in the Knicks' scheme of team defense, unafraid to gamble knowing Reed was behind him to cover for any mistakes.
www.floridaflame.net /playoffs2004/challenge_knicks1970.html   (616 words)

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