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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar #33 of the Milwaukee Bucks shoots over Sam Lacey #44 of the Kansas City Kings during an NBA basketball game circa 1974 at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri. Abdul-Jabbar played for the Bucks from 1969 - 75.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar of the Milwaukee Bucks shoots over Sam Lacey of the Kansas City Kings during an NBA basketball game circa 1974 at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri. Abdul-Jabbar played for the Bucks from 1969 -

1976 5/17 Sports IIlustrated,Basketball,magazine,Julius Erving, New York Nets~Gd

1976 5/17 Sports IIlustrated,Basketball,magazine,Julius Erving, New York Nets~Gd

This Day In NBA History: 1976 - Julius Erving--Dr. J--graces the cover of Sports Illustrated, as the New York Nets defeat the Denver Nuggets to win the 1976 ABA Finals and become the league's last champion.

Honestly, this rant has been stuck in my throat for 12 years; ever since ESPN came out with that silly list of Greatest Athletes of the 20th Century. A list that includes horses should be all you n…

Today in 1962 - Wilt ‘The Stilt’ Chamberlain scored 100 points and broke an NBA record as the Philadelphia Warriors beat the New York Knicks

John Johnson, 1979

Basketball Legends, Nba Basketball, Hoop Dreams, Sonic Boom, Michael Jordan, Champion, Seattle, Converse, All Star

Jordan

Michael Jordan is near unanimously considered the greatest and the king of all basketball players, just as Jupiter is considered the King of all gods.

Larry Bird and Kareem Abdul Jabbar (Los Angeles Lakers)

Larry Bird and Kareem Abdul Jabbar in one of their memorable Lakers-Celtics battles from the

Kareem dunks on Wilt Chamberlin

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - Dunking on another great Wilt Chamberlain in Kareem Buck days

Maurice Lucas and Daryle Dawkins in a boxing match.

Maurice Lucas vs Darryl Dawkins during Game 2 of the NBA Finals These two squared up during the Finals and threw a few punches before being separated. The Blazers lost the game but went on to win the series in six games over the

"Big George McGinnis 6'8  265LBS   Hugh Hands!!!

George McGinnis aka the Baby Bull

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