A quick stepping guard out of Stanford University, Paul Neumann was one of the NBA leading playmakers all-thru the 1960s. Chosen in the 1959 NBA draft by the Syracuse Nationals, he joined the squad in 1961-62 after fullfilling military duty.
Paul Neumann helped his teammates reached the playoffs in 2 different years with the Syracuse Nats in 1961-62 and 1962-63. And with the Philadelphia Warriors in 1963-64 and when the team moved to San Francisco for the NBA Champions San Francisco Warriors in 1966-67. In the SF Bay City he scored a career-best 14.4 points per game in 1965-66 and 13.9 ppg in 1966-67.
In '65-66 Paul Neumann made 343 field goals in 817 attempts, 265-of-317 FT for 951 regular season points. He scored 4,989 career points, made 1,827 FGM in 4,136 career attempts (FGA) and had 1,453 assists in 451 games.