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Q&A: Bob McAdoo on being a 'scorer deluxe' and who he watches in today's NBA


loves to reminisce about his playing career, especially the five seasons he spent with the Buffalo Braves. And with good reason. In 14 seasons in the NBA, the 6-foot-9 forward won two championships, was named Rookie of the Year in 1972-73, named NBA MVP in 1974-75, was a 5-time All-Star and won three straight scoring titles (1973-76). (NBA.com)

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Q&A: Bob McAdoo on being a 'scorer deluxe' and who he watches in today's NBA


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