- Indiana Pacers 1964 - 1968
Ron Bonham used to play in the position of Forward. He had a weight of 192 lbs and height of 6 feet 5 inches. During his career in the NBA (National Basketball Association), he was given jersey no. 21 and 30. In the 1964-65 and 1965-66 season, he was a member of Boston Celtics. He played for Indiana Pacers in the 1967-68 season.
Initially, Bonham was a student of Muncie Central High School in Muncie, Indiana. Further, he took admission in the University of Cincinnati. During the 1964 NBA draft, he was selected by Boston Celtics in the 2nd round. He was the 9th pick and 16th overall pick. He played for 2 seasons in the NBA and 1 season in the ABA (American Basketball Association). In the ABA, Bonham participated in 42 games and got 426 playing minutes. In this time, he had 210 field goal attempts out of which there were 80 field goals. The number of 3-point field goal attempts was 2 out of which there were nil 3-point field goals. He made 105 free throw attempts out of which 85 were free throws. He accumulated 245 points, 57 rebounds, 14 assists and 36 personal fouls.
In the NBA, Bonham played in 76 games wherein he received 681 playing minutes. He made 167 field goals out of 427 field goal attempts and the corresponding field goal percentage was 0.391. There were 144 free throws out of 173 free throw attempts resulting in a free throw percentage of 0.832. He accrued 478 points, 113 rebounds, 30 assists and 62 personal fouls.