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Glick, Norm

Norman Stanley Glick

After playing college ball at Loyola Marymount (Loyola College of Los Angeles), Glick played one game in the NBA.

Birth and Death Dates:
b. Nov. 10, 1927 - March 19, 1989

Career Highlights:
A 6'7" forward/center, Glick played two seasons at Loyola College (Los Angeles) in the late 1940s. After a 20-10 season in 1948, the Lions had a record of 22-14 the following year. That season, Glick scored 475 points (57th in the nation and highest point total for a Jewish college player that year) while playing in all 36 games for a 13.2 points per game average.

In 1949-50, he played in one game and scored two points (he scored on his only field goal attempt) for the Minneapolis Lakers. The Lakers won the NBA title that year.

New York

Career Dates:
Glick played forward at Loyola Marymount from 1948-1949. He played in the NBA for the Minneapolis Lakers in 1949-50.

Physical description:
6'7", 190 pounds

Career Statistics:
In the NBA:
Games: 1
Points: 2
Points Per Game: 2.0

Field Goals Made: 1
Field Goals Attempted: 1
Field Goal Percentage: 1.000

Free Throws Made: 0
Free Throws Attempted: 0
Free Throw Percentage: 0.000

Rebounds: not available
Assists: 0
Assists Per Game: 0.0
Personal Fouls: 0

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encyclopedia of JEWS in sports, by Bernard Postal, Jesse Silver, and Roy Silver (New York: Bloch Publishing Co., 1965)
The Official NBA Encyclopedia: Third Edition, edited by Jan Hubbard (New York: Doubleday, 2000)
Ronald Encyclopedia of Basketball, edited by William G. Mokray (Ronald Press: 1962)
1949 Converse Basketball Yearbook, by the Converse Rubber Company (Malden, Massachusetts, 1949)