John Edward Bagley born April 23 1960 in Bridgeport is a player of National basketball Association.
Bagley played at his college level. He played for Boston College in a tremendous style and his scored average is 18 points a game. In this way he got first Eagle to earn Big East Men’s Basketball player of the Year honor. His average in 1980-81 seasons was up to 20.4 points per game and it is enough to show his class and excellence.
He got another title later while playing for Eagles in regular season and sweat 16. The Bagley continues his performance and scored 21.1 points in the following year and due to his effort Boston college reach in Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. John Bagley also played in the Men’s World University Games in 1981 and did well with 14.8 points per game. Then he left Boston College followed by his 1982 joining in NBA Draft.
John’s performance at college career was really been a miraculous one and he continued to shine with the passage of time.
He grew as one of the most wonderful player and a best performer in the court of basketball through his quality performance and effort in the court of basket ball. It was his excellence that makes him get selected in the second round of NBA draft as he was selected by Cleveland cavaliers in 1982. John Bagley played with Cavaliers for full five seasons where he did his best and played at nice average for entire five seasons from 1982 to 1987.
The 1985-86season was no doubt one of the most memorable seasons of his career as he scored at his career high average during that stint. Bagley hit his career high point per game with 11.7 points per game and 9.4 APG.