STATISTICS & HISTORY
Ira Streusand grew up on the Lower East Side of New York City. As a teenager , he played basketball at the Clark Settlement House along side many future professional stars including Barney Sedran, Marty Friedman and Lou Sugarman. Streusand played college basketball at the City College of New York for two years. He was a Helms Foundation All-American in 1908. After leaving CCNY, he entered New York University Law School in 1909. The same year he began his professional basketball career with the Newburgh team in the Hudson River League. In 1910-11, he returned to college basketball playing on the NYU team. Streusand’s professional career was limited by his own choosing. His best season was with in 1911-12 with Newburgh in the HRL where he led the league in scoring with 12.7 points per game.
|Born: Mar 10, 1890||Died: Jan 30, 1964||Hometown:||New York, NY|
|REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1910-11||New York University||College|
|Major League Totals||103||144||314||602||5.8|