Freeman Williams cause of death: Who was he?
Freeman Williams, born on May 15, 1956, was an American professional basketball player.
He was the 1978 NCAA men’s basketball Division I scoring champion, and the Portland State University all-time scoring leader.
Williams was the NCAA Division I national men’s basketball individual scoring leader in 1977 and 1978. Williams was a consensus second team All-American in 1978.
He is second in Division I history in scoring, trailing only Pete Maravich.
He was born in Los Angeles.
He was a 1978 first round draft pick (8th overall) by the Boston Celtics.
His pro playing career started in 1978 with the San Diego Clippers.
He finished in the top 10 for three-point field goals in three consecutive seasons, 1980 through 1982.
In December 1980, Freeman became the first Clippers’ player to win a Player of the Month award, and the only one in franchise history until Elton Brand did so 25 years later.
What is Freeman Williams net worth?
Freeman Williams had an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million
Who was Freeman Williams wife and Children?
Per our checks, Freeman Willaims was single at his time of death.
We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, Hehad 4 children.
William kept his family life private and no details are available at the moment.
What was Freeman Williams cause of death?
On Tuesday, basketball legend Freeman Williams’s passing brought sadness to the Portland State Athletics.
Circumstances surrounding the death of Freeman Williams was not stated to the public at the time of this publication. Freeman Williams obituary and funeral arrangements will be released to the public by the family.
How was Freeman Williams?
Freeman Williams was 65 at his time of death. He was born on May 15, 1956