Jim Krivacs

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According to Wikipedia, Jim Krivacs is an American former college basketball player for the University of Texas at Austin. Krivacs transferred to Texas from Auburn and was a three-year starter for the Longhorns under head coach Abe Lemons, beginning in Lemons' first year at Texas. He twice earned All-America honors—as a first-team All-America selection as a junior in 1978 and as a second-team selection in 1979. Krivacs led the Longhorns in scoring as a sophomore and junior and was second in scoring as a senior. He scored an average of 22.0 points per game in 1978 and 19.5 points per game for his three-year Texas career. His career point total and career scoring average remain eighth- and sixth-highest, respectively, in program history.

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