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NBA Legends Profile: Bob McAdoo


One of the best shooting big men of all time, won the first of his three scoring titles in his second year in the NBA, 1973-74, the same year he led the league with a .547 field-goal percentage. Over 14 seasons, McAdoo scored 18,787 points and averaged 22.1 points. A 5-time NBA All-Star, he scored double figures in all but one season. (NBA.com)

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