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[post_page_title]David Robinson[/post_page_title]
Robinson was known as “The Admiral,” due to his service as an officer in the US Navy, prior to entering the NBA. Aside from winning two rings with the Spurs, and being named the 1995 NBA MVP, Robinson became part of the “Twin Towers” along with teammate Tim Duncan. The two worked in tandem to become one of the most dominant interior duos in league history. The Admiral also won the scoring title in spectacular fashion in the 1993-94 season. He was facing stiff competition for the award from Shaquille O’Neal, before scoring 71 points to become the scoring champ. In the process, he broke the Spurs’ single-game points record, previously held by George Gervin.

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