STATISTICS & HISTORY
Colby Gunther was a star basketball player at Rockville Centre High School on Long Island, New York. Gunther set a freshman scoring record at at St.John’s University of 23.3 points per game. Gunther entered the military after his freshmen year to serve in World War II. In 1946-47, Gunther was the leading scorer for the Pittsburgh Ironmen in the new Basketball Association of America. The following season, Gunther became the player-coach of the Atlanta team in the Professional Basketball League of America. In the short-lived PBLA, Gunther was the second leading scorer in the league, behind George Mikan. Gunther returned to the BAA in 1948-49 with St.Louis, but averaged only 5 points a game. He remained a double-digit scorer in various minor leagues until his final season in 1952-53.
|COULBY GUNTHER||Height:||6:04||Weight:||190||College:||St.John’s(NY) (Frosh)’42|
|Coulby D. Gunther||Born:||Feb 5, 1923||Died: Jul 14, 2005||Hometown:||New York, NY|
|REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|Major League Totals||119||456||397||505||1309||11.0|
|Major League Totals||1||0||0||0||.000||0||0.0|