NBA guard who spent his entire 14-year career with the Seattle SuperSonics; named an All-Star in 1976 and helped the SuperSonics win the franchise's first ever NBA Championship in 1979.
He was given the nickname Downtown Freddie for his amazing outside shooting while playing for Lincoln High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
He replaced Hall of Fame guard Lenny Wilkens for the Seattle SuperSonics after he was traded.
He married his girlfriend Linda when they were both students at the University of Iowa.
He won an NBA title with the Seattle SuperSonics when Dennis Johnson was the team's starting point guard.