John Drew

Born September 30, 1954 John Drew played in the NBA mainly as a Forward/Guard during their playing career, season(s): 1975-1985. John Edward Drew is an American retired professional basketball player. A small forward from Gardner–Webb University, he played 11 seasons in the National Basketball Association. Drew was a two-time NBA All-Star, and was one of the earliest casualties of the drug policy instituted by league commissioner David Stern.

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