The 50 Greatest Players in NBA History: Part III

The Pantheon 

13. Oscar Robertson

A deft passer and prolific scorer, Oscar Robertson’s 6’5, 205 lb. frame was unprecedented at the point-guard position — agile enough to advance the ball upcourt and strong enough to crash the boards or battle for low-post positioning.

That delicate balance of grace, brawn, and guile is what fueled Robertson’s career — and the score of remarkable seasons he put forth.

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