World B. Free made his NBA debut as a Philadelphia 76er on October 4, 1975. Selected by the 76ers in the second round of the 1975 NBA Draft, Free poured-in 17,955 points over his illustrious 13-years career, which ranks 49th all-time in NBA history. The prolific scorer from Brooklyn spent four years with the 76ers (1975-78 & 1987), while also making stops in San Diego (1978-80), Golden State (1980-82), Cleveland (1983-86) and Houston (1987). As a member of the San Diego Clippers, Free put together his best season in the NBA. He averaged an astounding 30.2 points over just 68 games, which landed him a spot in the 1980 NBA All-Star Game. He appeared in 886 games over his career, averaging 20.3 points while dishing out 3.7 assists per contest. After leaving the game full time he leads free basketball clinics through the 76ers Summer Hoops Tour and Basketball 101; delivers motivational messages at school assemblies; visits children’s hospitals; hosts anti-violence talks; presents the 76ers Hometown Hero Awards – the list goes on and on.