Morris “Tubby” Raskin was a a baseball and basketball star at DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx, New York, A three-year member of the City College of New York varsity, Raskin joined the basketball team in 1919-20, the same year that  Nat Holman took over as CCNY;s head coach. That year, the Beavers went 13-3. The following year, City College finished 11-4. In 1921-22, as a senior, Raskin captained the CCNY team, leading them to a 10-2 record. After graduating, Raskin played independent  basketball in the New York City area. In 1925-26, he played for the Brooklyn Arcadians in the American Basketball League. In later years, Raskin coached at Brooklyn College and in the New York State basketball League. In, 1952, he was the coach of the the Israeli Olympic team and the following year coached the U.S. basketball team in the Maccabiah games.  


TUBBY RASKIN Height: 5:08 Weight: 165 College: CCNY’22
Morris Raskin Born:  Jan 8, 1902 Died:   Sep 9, 1981 Hometown: Bronx, NY
Year Team League     GA FGM FTM   FTA  PCT.  AST  PTS AVG
1919-20 C.C.N.Y. College
1920-21 C.C.N.Y. College
1921-22 C.C.N.Y. College
1925-26 Brooklyn ABL 18 13 20 46 2.6
1925-26  Lou Gehrig All Stars
Major League Totals 18 13 20 46 2.6
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