Len Bias (1963–1986)

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Considered by many to be one of the greatest college basketball players of the modern era. During the 1985 and 1986 seasons, this unheralded Northwestern High School (Hyattsville, MD) product asserted himself into the forward spot at the University of Maryland. His highlight-reel performances, including his one-man show (30+ points) against North ... See full bio »

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1986 NBA Draft Self - 2nd Overall Pick
30 for 30 Actor


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 2009 30 for 30 (TV Series documentary)
- Without Bias (2009)
 1986 1986 NBA Draft (TV Special)
Self - 2nd Overall Pick
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 2021 Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy (Documentary)
Self - 1986 NBA Draft 2nd Overall Pick for Boston Celtics
 2020 LEN BIAS (Documentary)
 2020 Basketball County: In the Water (Documentary)
 2014 The Rock Newman Show (TV Series)
 2009 Without Bias
 2006 Born to Ball: On the Hardwood (Video)
 2005 Perfect Upset: The 1985 Villanova vs. Georgetown NCAA Championship (TV Movie documentary)
Self - Maryland Terrapins
 2003 Tragedy to Triumph: The Maryland Terrapin Odyssey (TV Movie documentary)

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6' 8" (2.03 m)

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Inducted into the Washington Metropolitan Basketball Hall of Fame in 2011. See more »

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