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10. Bob Carpenter

Bob Carpenter was a six-foot-five forward center who played 209 NBL games for Oshkosh and Hammond. He lead the NBL in scoring in 1946 with just under 13 points a game and finished his career with a 10 points per game average.

He first joined the Oshkosh All-stars in the 1940 season, but played only his rookie season before joining the military during World War II. Following the war he returned to the All-stars and was a key player in success through out most the decade.

Carpenter left the All-stars during the 48-49 season, which was the last of the NBL, to join the Hammond Calumet Buccaneers. He would not play in the NBA following the merger even though his rights were held by the Milwaukee Hawks.

	Totals	Per Game
Season	Tm	Lg	G	FG	FT	FTA	PTS	FG	FT	FTA	PTS
1940-41	OAS	NBL	24	40	41	63	121	1.7	1.7	2.6	5.0
1945-46	OAS	NBL	34	186	101	144	473	5.5	3.0	4.2	13.9
1946-47	OAS	NBL	44	199	115	169	513	4.5	2.6	3.8	11.7
1947-48	OAS	NBL	60	211	160	213	582	3.5	2.7	3.6	9.7
1948-49	TOT	NBL	47	160	131	180	451	3.4	2.8	3.8	9.6
1948-49	OAS	NBL	24	73	64	89	210	3.0	2.7	3.7	8.8
1948-49	HCB	NBL	23	87	67	91	241	3.8	2.9	4.0	10.5
NBL	256	956	679	949	2591	3.7	2.7	3.7	10.1


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