Ranking the 20 greatest players in NBA history

[post_page_title]Oscar Robertson[/post_page_title]
Also known as “The Big O,” Robertson left his mark on the NBA as a 12-time All-Star, and winning league MVP honors once during his 14-season career. He became the first player in history to average a triple-double in a full season, during the 1962 campaign. Oscar is entrenched in Milwaukee Bucks history, as he was one of the key players on the franchise’s only championship team. His skill-set, which was years ahead of his time, was evident from the start of his career. He was named Rookie of the Year after averaging 30.5 points per game and a league-high 9.7 assists.

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