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Who is Nat Holman?
Nat Holman was one of the early pro basketball players and one of the game's most important innovators.
- born on (119 years ago) in New York City
- nationality: United States of America
- religion: Judaism
- education: New York University
- died on (20 years ago) in New York City
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by George B. Kirsch, Othello Harris, Claire Elaine Nolte
Sam Goldpaper, "Nat Holman Is Dead at 98; Led CCNY Champions (obituary)," New York Times, 13 February 1995, B7; Peter Levine, Ellis Island to Ebbets Field: ...
by Glenda Abramson
Nat Holman, captainofthe originalNew York Celtics, Adolph Schayes, and MaxZaslovsky were among themost prominent. St. John's University, the best college basketball atthe team end ofthe 1920s, ...
Baseball, Basketball, Football, Hockey, Soccer by Dave Blevins
Nat Holman (who would later coach national championship teams at City College of New York), Joe Lapchick, Chris Leonard, Ernie Reich, Elmer Ripley, Mike Smolick, Joe Trippe, and George Whitty. In 1926, the Original Celtics joined the ...
1992-1995 supplement for baseball, football, basketball, and other sports by David L. Porter
Jim Furey spotted Leonard md teammate Nat Holman (IS) in a 1921 New York ...
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