Josh Maravich
  • 32, Male
  • Covington, LA
  • United States
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Jul 22, 2009
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Mar 30, 2009
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Mar 30, 2009
Josh Maravich and Jimmie Walker III are now friends
Mar 30, 2009
PATRICK MITCHELL left a comment for Josh Maravich
"I can only say that your father was a great player. If he had been on the Celtic's god knows what would have been added to his career! Coach Mitchell"
Mar 27, 2009
Jason Blouin left a comment for Josh Maravich
"Josh, I just finished reading the 'Pistol' book while I was overseas. It was a great read. Glad to see you are still involved in the game. Stay up!"
Mar 5, 2009
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Hometown:
Covington,LA
Gender Coached
Mens
Playing Experience
High School, NCAA D1, Professional
School
Southeastern University
Short Bio
The St. Pauls High School - 1998-2001
Louisiana State University/Men's Basketball - 2001-2005
Santa Barbara Breakers(IBL) 2006-2007
Intern for the Charlotte Bobcats/Sting (PR) - Summer 2005
Coached five years at The Pistol Pete All-Star Memorial Camp in Clearwater,FL.
I am the yougest son of Pete Maravich.

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At 1:09pm on April 14, 2010, Sam Waniewski said…
RIP to your Dad Josh. The movie that was made about him- "The pistol" is one that inspired me to be the player that I was , and the coach that I will become.
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At 6:00pm on March 27, 2009, PATRICK MITCHELL said…
I can only say that your father was a great player. If he had been on the Celtic's god knows what would have been added to his career!

Coach Mitchell
At 9:53am on March 5, 2009, Jason Blouin said…
Josh,
I just finished reading the 'Pistol' book while I was overseas. It was a great read. Glad to see you are still involved in the game. Stay up!
 
 
 

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