Rick Barry, the father of this phenomenal basketball family, averaged over 23 points, six rebounds and five assists in his 10 NBA seasons.
Rick also played four seasons in the ABA in which he averaged over 30 points, seven rebounds and four assists a game.
He was by far the most accomplished of the group with eight NBA All-Star appearances, five All-NBA first team selections, one NBA championship and one Finals MVP Award.
He is also third all time with an astounding 90 percent free throw percentage.
Jon Barry averaged 5.7 points, 2.2 assists and shot 39 percent from the three-point line. He had a 14 year stint in the league.
Brent Barry, arguably the best Barry behind his father, averaged over nine points, three rebounds and three assists a game during his 14 year career.
Drew Barry had the shortest and most unsuccessful career of the family with averages of 2.2 points and 38 percent on three's a game in three NBA seasons.
Yes, only Rick was a "great" player, but the fact that four individuals from the same family played in the league, and for a combined 41 NBA seasons, is remarkable and unrivaled.
Interesting Fact: Bruce Hale, Rick Barry's father-in-law, played three seasons in the BAA and two seasons in the NBA.
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