An NBA standout with the Detroit Pistons, Washington Bullets, and Boston Celtics, David Bing scored more than 18,000 points in 12 seasons.
Upon his retirement in 1979, Bing made the most of his Syracuse University education, bringing to the business world the same creativity that characterized his playing style.
He founded the Bing Group and has lead multiple successful companies.
In 1990, David Bing was elected into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Click here to check out Arthur's CBS radio interview in 1989 with Harold Dow, following the release of A Hard Road To Glory.
Arthur talks about African-Americans
in sports and how Black athletes have affected Civil Rights in America.
A Hard Road to Glory Profiles
Drawing from the many athletes that Arthur Ashe profiled for his unprecedented book A Hard Road to Glory, which examined the history of African-Americans in sport
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