Forgotten NBA Players: Bob McAdoo

is one of the best bigs in the NBA’s history. He was a 5x All-Star, the 1975 MVP, a 2x NBA Champion, 2x All-NBA, and made both the Basketball HOF and the College Basketball HOF. He had started his career at Vincennes Junior College but moved to North Carolina in 1971. He averaged 19.5 points and 10.1 rebounds in his only year at UNC. (The Game Haus)

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