STATISTICS & HISTORY
Bill Farrow was a high school basketball star in Chicago. During three years at Kentucky State College, he led the Thoroughbreds to prominence as one of the best black college teams in the country. Farrow served in the army for four years during World War II. In the years immediately after the war, he starred for all-black teams in Chicago. During the 1946-47 season, he was a starter for the Youngstown team in the National Basketball League. He joined Pop Gates of Tri-Cities and and Willie King of Detroit as one of only three black players in the twelve-team NBL.
|BILL FARROW||Height:||6:04||Weight:||200||College:||Kentucky State’40|
|William M. Farrow Jr.||Born: Jun 15, 1918||Died: Sep 3, 2003||Hometown:||Chicago, Ill.|
|REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1945-46||Chicago Brown Bombers||Indep|
|Major League Totals||35||66||55||109||.505||187||5.3|