Henry J. Finkel (born April 20, 1942 in Union City, New Jersey) is a retired American professional Basketball player.

A 7'0" Center (basketball) from the University of Dayton, Finkel played nine seasons (1966-1975) in the National Basketball Association as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers, San Diego Rockets, and Boston Celtics. He spent the majority of his career (1969-1975) in Boston, serving as a backup to future Basketball Dave Cowens. Finkel averaged 5.1 Points per game and 3.9 Rebounds per game in his career and won an NBA Championship with the Celtics in 1974.

After his playing days ended, Finkel established his own Office furniture company.


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