PLAYER PROFILE

JOHN MANDIC

STATISTICS & HISTORY

John Mandic was a  basketball and track star at Roosevelt High School in Los Angeles. He played three years varsity basketball at Oregon State where he helped the Beavers win the 1940 and 1942 Pacific Conference titles. Overall, Oregon State had a 64-29 record during Mandic’s three varsity seasons.  In 1942, He was selected to the All-American team. In 1946, after fours years of military service during  World War II,  Mandic  signed to play professional basketball  for the Portland entry in the Pacific Coast Basketball League. He led the Indians to the best record the PCL and averaged 15.2 point a game, third best in the league. Mandic played three more years of professional basketball in the East before retiring in 1950.

 

JOHN MANDIC Height: 6:04 Weight: 205 College: Oregon State’42
John J. Mandic Born: Oct 3, 1919 Died:  Jun 22, 2003 Hometown: Los Angeles, Ca.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD
Year Team League     GA  FGM  FTM   FTA  PCT.  AST  PTS   AVG
1938-39 Oregon State (Frosh) College
1939-40 Oregon State College
1940-41 Oregon State College
1941-42 Oregon State College
1942-44 U.S. Army Miitary Service
1946-47 Portland PCL 43 655 15.2
1947-48 Rochester NBL 33 32 13 23 .565 77 2.3
1948-49 Indianapolis BAA 56 97 75 115 .652 80 269 4.8
1949-50 WashingtonBaltimore NBA 25 22 22 32 .688 8 66 2.6
Major League Totals 114 151 110 170 .647 412 3.6
POST SEASON RECORD
Year Team League     GA  FGM  FTM   FTA  PCT.  AST  PTS   AVG
1946-47 Portland PCL 11 151 13.7
1946-47 Portland WBT 1 5 5 5 1 15 15.0
1947-48 Rochester NBL 5 2 2 4 .500 6 1.2
Major League Totals 6 7 7 9 .778 21 3.5
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