Curtis R. Perry (born September 13, 1948 in Washington, D.C.) is a retired American Basketball player. He attended Southwest Missouri State University and played at forward for the NBA's San Diego Rockets/San Diego Rockets (1970-71), Milwaukee Bucks (1971-74) and Phoenix Suns (1974-78).

He helped the Bucks win the 1971-72 and 1972-73 NBA Midwest Division and 1973-74 NBA Western Conference and the Suns win the 1975-76 NBA Western Conference.

He currently ranks 96th on the NBA All-Time Rebounds Per Game List (8.8).

In 8 seasons he played in 480 games and had 13,656 Minutes Played, a .455 Field Goal Percentage (1,904 for 4,188), .699 Free Throw Percentage (770 for 1,101), 4,239 rebounds, 906 assists, 1,670 Personal Fouls and 4,578 points. He averaged 9.5 points, 8.8 Rebounds and 1.9 Assists Per Game.

Personal lifeEdit

Perry is the father of former NBA player Byron Houston. He currently is an aftercare teacher in St. Peters Interparish School. He coached a junior varsity team in 07-08.

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