Brad Choat

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A member of the Basketball Hall of Fame who’s often referred to as the greatest player in the history of St. Louis University Billiken hoops has died at the age of 83.

The St. Louis University athletics department confirms Ed Macauley died Tuesday at his St. Louis home.

“Easy Ed” led the Billikens to the 1948 NIT Championship and was named MVP. He scored 1,402 points in a SLU uniform.

Macauley went on to NBA glory with the Boston Celtics and St. Louis Hawks. He was a vital part of the Hawks championship title in the 1958-59 season.

Macauley was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1960 and has been named one of the NBA’s Top 100 Players of All Time.

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  3. Justin says:

    You might want to clear out the spam. I met Mr. McCauley a few years ago. What a class act. Sadly, rather than local stand out athletes like McCauley, the Majerus Biondi strategy of recruiting thugs like Kwamain Mitchell and Willie Reed and refusing to punish them for assaults on female students leaves our daughters in danger and the ball program far less endearing.

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