- Houston Mavericks 1968 - 1969
Spider Bennett is a retired basketball player from the United States who used to play in the position of Guard. He has a height of 6 feet 3 inches and weighs 190 lbs. During the year 1969 when he played for the Dallas Chaparrals he wore jersey no. 6 and while playing for Houston Mavericks his jersey no. was 25.
Bennett attended Laurinburg Institute High School in Laurinburg, North Carolina. Further he sought admission to Winston-Salem State University. Bennett appeared in 46 games for Dallas Chapparals in which he accumulated 352 points. These were accompanied by 125 personal fouls, 69 assists and 114 rebounds. He also had a free throw percentage of 0.659, 3-point field goal percentage of 0.182 and field goal percentage of 0.182. Further he played just 13 games for Houston Mavericks during which he collected 88 points, 40 personal fouls, 15 assists and 33 rebounds. Along with the Mavericks he had a field goal percentage of 0.419, 3-point field goal percentage of 0.286 and free throw percentage of 0.595.
During the 1968-69 season Bennett played for 59 games in the American Basketball Association (ABA) wherein he got 993 playing minutes. In these he made 385 field goal attempts out of which there were 147 field goals which resulted in a field goal percentage of 0.382. He also made 25 3-point field goal attempts out of which there were 6 3-point field goals and thus the 3-point field goal percentage was 0.240. There were 216 free throw attempts and 140 free throws resulting in a free throw percentage of 0.648. During his career Bennett accrued 440 points, 165 personal fouls, 84 assists and 147 rebounds.