Monday, October 16, 2017

Marty Friedman

Max H. "Marty" Friedman

July 12, 1889
New York, NY

January 1, 1986
New York, NY

1906-07 NYU Settlement House (AAU)
1907-08 NYU Settlement House (AAU)
1908-09 New York Roosevelts (Independent)
1909-10 Newburgh (HRL)
1910-11 Hudson (HPL)
1911-12 Newburgh (HRL)
1912-13 Utica Indians (NYSL)
1913-14 Utica Indians (NYSL)
1914-15 Utica Utes (NYSL)
1914-15 Carbondale (ICL)
1915-16 Jasper Jewels (EBL)
1915-16 Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers (ISL)
1916-17 Jasper Jewels (EBL)
1919-20 Passiac (ISL)
1919-20 Albany Senators (NYSL)
1919-20 Turners Falls Athletics (IL)
1919-20 New York Whirlwinds (Independent)
1919-20 Newark AC (Independent)
1919-20 Passaic AC (Independent)
1920-21 Albany Senators (NYSL)
1920-21 Bridgeport Blue Ribbons (CSL)
1920-21 Easthampton Hampers (IL) Head coach / player
1920-21 Trenton Bengals (PSL)
1921-22 Brooklyn Dodgers (MBL)
1921-22 New York Celtics (EBL)
1921-22 Mohawk Indians (NYSL)
1921-22 Albany Senators (NYSL)
1921-22 Easthampton Hampers (IL) Head coach / player
1922-23 Philadelphia Jewels (EBL)
1922-23 Brooklyn Dodgers (MBL)
1922-22 Albany Senators (NYSL)
1923-24 Gloversville Wonder Workers (NYSL)
1923-24 Cleveland Rosenblums (Independent)
1924-25 Cleveland Rosenblums (Independent)
1925-26 Cleveland Rosenblums (ABL) Head coach / player
1926-27 Cleveland Rosenblums (ABL) Head coach / player
1938-39 Troy Haymakers (ABL) Head coach
1939-40 Troy Haymakers (ABL) Head coach


One of the early greats in the sport, Friedman was a great defensive guard who was most notably paired with fellow Hall of Famer and long-time teammate Barney Sedran. He played for many years professionally around the East with many teams in many leagues, and would later coach in the ABL. As one of the games earliest star players, he was elected to the National Basketball Hall of Fame in 1972. He was 96 when he died in 1986.

Basketball Hall of Fame
Jews In Sports


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