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John Barnhill
NBA basketball player in the 1960's
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John Anthony "Rabbit" Barnhill was an American former professional basketball player. Barnhill, along with Porter Meriwether, led the Evansville Lincoln High School Lions to an undefeated regular season and the city co-championship in 1954-55. Born in Sturgis, Kentucky, the 6'1" guard Barnhill attended Tennessee State University, where he won an NAIA championships in 1957, 1958 and 1959. Barnhill's 1957 TSU Tigers were notable as the first all-black team to win a major American basketball tournament. Meriwether joined him in time for the 1959 title. He finished his career as the #2 scorer behind Dick Barnett on the all-time TSU scoring list; today, he ranks #18. He was a 3 time NAIA All-American and helped the Tigers to a 3-year record of 94-8. After his 1st season with the Pipers, he was selected for an American All-Star that toured the Sovier Union; other members of the U.S. State Department-sponsored team included Jerry Lucas, Les Lane, Dan Swartz, Ben Warley, Roger Taylor, Jack Adams, Mike Moran, Jerry Shipp, Gary Thompson, Jim Frances and Tom Meschery. From 1962 to 1969, Barnhill played in the National Basketball Association as a member of the St. 
March 20th, 1938 in Evansville  /  Died:   Nov 11th, 2013
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