- Phil Sellers, Rutgers basketball legend, dies at the age of 69.
- Sellers led Rutgers to its only Final Four appearance and holds career records in points and rebounds.
- Former teammates and Rutgers coaches pay tribute to Sellers' impact on the program.
Phil Sellers, the legendary player who led Rutgers to their only Final Four appearance and holds the record for points and rebounds, has passed away at the age of 69. Rutgers University confirmed the news, expressing their condolences to Sellers’ family. As a shooting guard, Sellers played a crucial role in the team’s success in the 1970s, and his jersey hangs in the rafters at Jersey Mike’s Arena. His impact as a player and a role model will be remembered by current and future Scarlet Knights.
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