STATISTICS & HISTORY
Gus Endebrock’s pro basketball career was brief, but in the formative years of the game he was one of the best all around centers. He was skilled at center jump plays and was a strong defender and a good shooter. With Endebrock playing an important role, Trenton won the first two Eastern Basketball League championships. Endebrock engaged in epic battles with New York Wanders’ famed center, John Wendelken. Endebrock was hindered by injuries during his final two seasons and retired when he was just 26 years old. Endebrock coached the Princeton University basketball team to a 10-10 record during the 1901-02 season.
|Augustine William Endebrock||Born:||Aug 6, 1876||Died: Jun 18, 1945||Hometown:||Trenton, NJ|
|(Brother of Carl Endebrock)||REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|Major League Totals||120||198||1||397||3.3|