Former NBA guard/forward who played at the University of Lousiville and was drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers in 1975.
He played for the East Chicago Washington High School Senators, helping the team go undefeated on the way to winning a state championship in 1971.
He played 711 games with the Milwaukee Bucks, which was by far the most by any Buck at the time of his retirement.
His brother, Pete, also played on the state-championship winning Senators' high school team.
He was drafted by the Lakers but was traded to the Bucks along with three other players in exchange for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.