1. Jo Jo White continues to be involved in basketball and is currently director of special projects and community relations with the Celtics, while continuing to attend most home games.
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4. Jo Jo White was qualified to play basketball at the University of Kansas one semester early.
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12. Jo Jo White was inducted in the Marine Corps Sports Hall of Fame with the class of 2009.
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17. In 1985, Jo Jo White moved to Rochester, NY where he owned and operated a couple of McDonald's restaurants until the early 1990s.
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22. Jo Jo White retired as a player after 1981 with the Kansas City Kings.
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23. Jo Jo White was named the most valuable player of the 1976 NBA Finals.
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25. Jo Jo White became a leader of the team, and made the consensus NCAA All-American Second Team in 1968 and 1969.
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