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Minneapolis & Los Angeles Lakers – Player Statistics & Bio

BOBBY SMITH
Position: Guard
Born: August 20, 1937
Height: 6’4″
Weight: 190 lbs.
School: West Virginia, 1959
Uniform #: 21, 24

Bobby Smith

REGULAR SEASON AVERAGES   /   Stat Abbreviations
Season G GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% ORB DRB TRB APG SPG BPG TOV PF PPG
1959-1960 10 13.0 .241   .688     3.3 1.4       1.00 3.7
1961-1962 3 2.3 .000   .000     .0 .0       .33 .0
Averages     10.5 .236   .688     2.5 1.1       .85 2.8
REGULAR SEASON TOTALS   /   Stat Abbreviations
Season G MIN FGM FGA 3PM 3PA FTM FTA ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS
1959-1960 10 130 13 54     11 16     33 14       10 37
1961-1962 3 7 0 1     0 0     0 0       1 0
Totals 13 137 13 55     11 16     33 14       11 37
REGULAR SEASON GAME HIGHS   /   Stat Abbreviations
** Game Highs Are Being Updated — All Players Not Completed **
Season MIN FGM FGA 3PM 3PA FTM FTA ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS
1959-1960   4       5                   13
GAME APPEARANCES
Bobby played in 13 out of a possible 155 regular season games. (8.4%)
Other Lakers To Wear Bobby’s Number
#21 Slick Leonard, Jim King, Archie Clark, Johnny Egan, Flynn Robinson, Walt Wesley, Mack Calvin, Cliff Meely, Johnny Neumann, Michael Cooper, Ruben Patterson, Kareem Rush, Ronny Turiaf, Josh Powell, Chris Duhon, Ed Davis, Travis Wear, Zach Norvell Jr.
#24 Herm Schaefer, Dick Schnittker, Walt Dukes, Bo Erias, Gary Alcorn, Ron Horn, Bob Sims, Tom Hoover, John Wetzel, Keith Erickson, Kermit Washington, Ron Boone, Butch Carter, Adrian Branch, Steve Bucknall, Lloyd Daniels, Fred Roberts, Kobe Bryant, George McCloud, Shea Seals, Jim Jackson

Numbers in
red indicate league leader.

If a player was selected to an All-Star Game, but didn’t play, a blank row will show under that season.

All honors listed are only from player’s career with the Lakers.

Total Rebounds were not officially tracked until 1950-1951 season.
Minutes were not officially tracked until 1951-1952 season.
Offensive and Defensive Rebounds, Steals, and Blocks were not officially tracked until 1973-1974 season.
Turnovers were not officially tracked until 1977-1978 season.
3-Point Field Goals instituted for 1979-1980 season.

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