College Basketball’s all-time scoring leader, former KSU standout Travis Grant joined the HBCU Report to talk about the Good ol’ Days in college basketball, the NBA, & the ABA.

Former KSU basketball great Travis Grant is among some of the all-time great NCAA players in most scoring categories including most points in a single season, career points, and highest single-season scoring average.

In 2009, Grant was inducted into the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame and into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in Kansas City, MO. After his basketball career, Grant became a high school teacher and coach at Ronald E. McNair High School, and in 2008 was an assistant principal and athletic director at Stephenson High School in Atlanta, GA.

Career points:

Travis Grant, KSU 4,045

Bob Hopkins, Grambling  3,759

Pete Maravich, LSU 3, 667

Dwight Lamar, La.-Lafayette 3, 493

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