Bobby Washington

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Robert "Bobby" Washington (born July 11, 1947) is a former professional basketball player. He played with the Kentucky Colonels during the 1969–70 season in the ABA and with the Cleveland Cavaliers during the 1970–71 and 1971–72 seasons in the NBA.

On November 7, 1971, while playing for the Cavaliers in a home game against the Portland Trail Blazers, Washington recorded a career high 20 assists.[1] At the time, the mark was also a Cleveland Cavaliers franchise record,[1] later tied by Lenny Wilkens and broken by Geoff Huston.

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  1. ^ a b Associated Press (November 7, 1971). "Sooner Than Expected". Gadsden Times. Retrieved January 13, 2011. 

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