Harry McLaughlin, who played from 1946-47 until 1949-50, was arguably the first "great" in Pacific Lutheran men's basketball annals. He was a bit of Magic Johnson and the Harlem Globetrotters while on the court, combining excellent ball-handling skills with showmanship to give the audience a real show. McLaughlin ranks third on the all-time PLU scoring list with 1,783 points. He averaged 17.0 points per game as a freshman, his highest per-game average, and never averaged less than 12.9 per contest. In addition, he twice earned Evergreen Conference All-Star honors. Since leaving Pacific Lutheran, McLaughlin, himself an American Indian, has been involved in Indian affairs in South Dakota.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
HARRY PLAYED BASKETBALL ON MY DADS AMERICAN INDIAN TEAM
Harry taught the TEXAS COWGIRLS TRICK BALL HANDLING HARRY ALSO KNOWN AS HAT TRICK HARRY WAS A SHOW HIMSELF AND WOULD PREFORM AT TEXAS COWGIRLS HALFTIMES