Oscar Robertson

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United States basketball guard (born in 1938)

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Frank Gifford, Nancy Glickman, Ed Goren, Elliott Gould, Ross Greenburg, Marvin Hier, Larry King, John Mara, Oscar Robertson, Gayle Sierens, Charley Steiner, David Stern, Jerry Stiller, George Vecsey, Peter Vecsey, Lou Zamperini.
5 assists and four rebounds in a single season, joining heavyweights Oscar Robertson, Jerry West, Larry Bird, Michael Jordan, Dwyane Wade and James.
It was a great opportunity for me, especially to play with Oscar Robertson," Abdul-Jabbar said before the game of playing for the Bucks.
Oscar Robertson of Indianapolis Crispus Attucks was the clear-cut leader of the initial 1956 team.
In the 2004-2005 season, Wade became the seventh player in NBA history to average 25 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 assists while shooting 50 percent from the field in a playoff series (the others are Bob Cousy, Oscar Robertson, Wilt Chamberlain, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan).
Favorite African American Native Sons/Daughters: Major Taylor, Oscar Robertson, Madame C.
In "Locker-Room Liberty" (page 46), Associate Editor Matt Welch (reportedly a former Little League All Star) surveys recent books by and about football legend "Broadway" Joe Namath, baseball slugger Dick Allen, and basketball superstar Oscar Robertson.
The only other players in NBA history with at least 100 triple-doubles are Oscar Robertson (181), Magic Johnson (138), and Jason Kidd (107).
Harden and Oscar Robertson are only players in NBA history who have averaged 29.
The 5-foot-11, 170-pound point guard lost his starting job in early December, but regained it and was honored as the Oscar Robertson National Player of the Week in late January for averaging 22 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds while making 14 of 17 shots in victories over top-10 teams Iowa State and Oklahoma State.
On a national level for top player awards, both Brooks and Afflalo are among the 22 finalists for the Wooden Award, and Afflalo is also a finalist for the Oscar Robertson Award.
The United States Basketball Writers Association has named sixfinalists, including UCLA junior Arron Afflalo, for the Oscar Robertson Trophy, given to the nation's Player of the Year.
But by 1966, basketball was full of dominating black athletes like Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Russell, Walt Bellamy, Oscar Robertson, Elgin Baylor, Hal Greer, Earl Monroe, Sam Jones, K.
The Big O: My Life, My Times, My Game, by Oscar Robertson, New York: Rodale, 342 pages, $24.