The Greatest Player in the History of Each NBA Franchise

May 23rd, 2010 by Mike B. Leave a reply »
Atlanta Hawks - Bob Pettit

Pettit spent his entire 11-year career with the Milwaukee-St.Louis Hawks. The two-time NBA MVP and four-time All-Star MVP led the team to its one and only championship in 1958. 

Pettit averaged 26.4 points and 16.2 rebounds per game for his career.


Boston Celtics - Bill Russell

After being traded from St. Louis to Boston in 1956, Russell led the Celtics to their first 11 titles. Often regarded one of the top five players in NBA history, Russell was named league MVP five times and was a 12-time All-Star, all as a member of the Celtics. 


Charlotte Bobcats - Gerald Wallace

Wallace was drafted by the Bobcats in the 2004 Expansion Draft and is still a member of the team today. This season, he became the franchise's very first All-Star and led the team to their first playoff appearance.


Chicago Bulls - Michael Jordan

Jordan will forever be loved in the city of Chicago since he was the main reason the Bulls won six championships.

He played all but two years of his career in the Windy C ...

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