Bill was elected to the NBA Hall of Fame in 1982.
Bill averaged 12.4 points per game in his NBA career with the Knicks.
Bill played his whole NBA career with the New York Knicks, 1967-1977.
Bill was named the 1965 NCAA Tournament MVP.
Bill averaged 30.2 points per game while playing for Princeton University.
Bill averaged 27.8 points per game while playing for Crystal City High School.
Bill ran for United States Senate in New Jersey in 1978.
Bill is married to Ernestine Bradley.
Bill was named All-American three times and 1965 Player of the Year while playing in Princeton University.
Bill was named All-American twice while playing in Crystal City High School.
Bill was offered 75 scholarship offers, and decided to play college basketball at Princeton University.
Bill scored 3,068 points while playing for Crystal City High School.
Bill is the son of Warren Bradley and Susie Crowe.
Bill is left-handed.
Bill is an Eagle Scout and recipient of the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award from the Boy Scouts of America.
Bill was drafted by the New York Knicks.
Bill's weight is 205 pounds.
Bill's height is 6 foot, 5 inches.
He began playing basketball in fourth grade.