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Don Kojis

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Don Kojis 8pts, 5reb, 3a, 3stl (1969 NBA ASG Full Highlights)

 

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Inside Marquette Basketball - Don Kojis

 

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The Handle Podcast - Don Kojis as Possibly the First Alley-Oop Dunker

 

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The Handle Podcast - Don Kojis Recalls Poster Dunk Over Friend Luke Jackson

 

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Don from California

Donald R. Kojis is a former professional basketball player. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he attended Marquette University and was drafted by the Chicago Packers in the second round of the 1961 NBA Draft. He played forward for the Baltimore Bullets (1963–64), Detroit Pistons (1964–66), Chicago Bulls (1966–67), San Diego Rockets (1967–70), Seattle SuperSonics (1970–72) and Kansas City-Omaha Kings (1972–75). Kojis was one of three players ever selected in expansion drafts held in consecutive years. Kojis was also one of a small number of players who played for three expansion teams.
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