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Julius Erving - Chronology

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1950 Born February 22 in Roosevelt, New York
1967 Named All-Conference at Roosevelt High
1968 Enrolled at University of Massachusetts
1970 Scores career high 37 points twice in one season
1970 Named All-America and All-Yankee Conference
1971 Decides to turn professional
1971 Joins the Virginia Squires
1971 Leads ABA in playoff scoring with a 33 point average per game
1972 Marries wife Turqouise
1973 Moves to the New York Nets of the ABA
1974 Named the ABA's MVP
1974 Wins first ABA championship with the Nets
1975 Scores career high 63 points in a game for the Nets
1976 Named ABA's MVP again
1976 Wins second ABA championship with the Nets
1976 Joins Philadelphia 76ers
1977 Named All-star Game MVP
1978 Named to the All-NBA First Team
1980 Named to NBA's 35th Anniversary All-time Team
1981 Named NBA MVP
1983 Awarded Walter J. Kennedy Citizenship Award
1983 Wins NBA championship with 76ers
1984 Scores 34 points in All-star Game
1987 Retires from basketball
1993 Enshrined in Basketball Hall of Fame
1996 Named to NBA's 50th Anniversary All-time Team

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