Greer began his prolific career during the 1958-59 NBA season, playing in 68 games for the Nationals, shooting .454. He would score 753 points in that rookie year, followed by 924 in his sophomore campaign. Then, through the 1970-71 season, Greer would top 1,400 points in each NBA season.
His high-water mark offensively came in 1967-68, when he shot .478 from the field for 1,976 regular season points.
Greer was no slouch on the boards either racking up 5,665 for his career. He also knew how to set his teammates up for baskets, garnering 4,540 assists over his NBA career.
Greer's 21,586 points ranks him 34th on the all-time list as of this post. He would be an NBA champion with the Sixers in 1967 and Philadelphia would wind up retiring his jersey number 15.
Did you know..............that Greer used to take jump shots from the free throw line?
sources: wikipedia.com and basketball-reference.com