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Joe Caldwell

Retired professional basketball player nicknamed “Pogo Joe” who’s best kept in mind for his days in the NBA as well as the now-defunct ABA. He was an associate of america team which required home gold in the 1964 Olympic Video games. He was created in Texas Town, Tx and was originally drafted from the Detroit Pistons in 1964. He’s mostly of the players in golf ball history to have already been an All-Star in both NBA and ABA. He was a two-time All-Star in both leagues. He was wedded but got divorced in the middle-70’s. He received a platinum medal in the 1964 Olympics alongside teammate Expenses Bradley, who later turn into a U.S. Senator.

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