He is married to Ruby Saunder, and they have two children.
Since 1986 Elgin Baylor has been head of basketball operations for the Los Angeles Clippers.
Elgin Baylor became an assistant coach in 1974 New Orleans Jazz, and was named head coach in 1976.
He wore the number 22 during his career.
He played the position of forward.
He scored 23,149 points in his career and grabbed 11,463 rebounds.
He played in 846 games during his career.
He was Rookie of the Year in 1959.
He went to high school at Phelps Vocational and Spingarn.
He is listed at 225 lbs.
On December 11, 1960, Baylor became the first player in NBA history to break the 70-point barrier.
He is a member of the NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team in 1996.
He was an All-NBA First-Team from 1959-65 and 1967-69.
He is listed at 6'5.
He was an All-America at Seattle University in 1958.
He attended Seattle University.
He was an NBA All-Star from 1959-65 and 1967-70.
He was elected into the Hall of Fame in 1977.
Elgin was picked No. 1 overall in the 1958 NBA Draft by the Minneapolis Lakers.
He was NBA Executive of the Year during the 2005-2006 season.