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Best #6 in NBA history?

Who is the best No.6 in NBA history?

  • Bill Russell

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  • Julius Erving

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  • Lebron James

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Billo_Really

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Who is the best No.6 in NBA history?

Bill Russell

Julius Erving

Lebron James​
 

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Bill Russell! That was easy.
 

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Bill Russell, without a doubt, is the best all-around "number 6" in NBA history. Arguably the best defensive center and rebounder in NBA history.

Julius Erving: fun to watch with his windmill dunks.

LeBron James: self-centered jack-ass who sold his soul for an NBA championship.
 
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Bill Russell, without a doubt, is the best all-around "number 6" in NBA history. Arguably the best defensive center and rebounder in NBA history.
I agree with everything you said, except the last part about rebounding.

My favorite player of all-time was the Big Dipper.


Julius Erving: fun to watch with his windmill dunks.
Did you see him as a Net?


LeBron James: self-centered jack-ass who sold his soul for an NBA championship.
You might be right there.
 

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Bill Russell, without a doubt, is the best all-around "number 6" in NBA history. Arguably the best defensive center and rebounder in NBA history.
I agree with everything you said, except the last part about rebounding.

My favorite player of all-time was the Big Dipper.


Julius Erving: fun to watch with his windmill dunks.
Did you see him as a Net?


LeBron James: self-centered jack-ass who sold his soul for an NBA championship.
You might be right there.

Wilt Chamberlain was a great basketball player, and a HUGE man. He was absolutely intimidating, and rarely smiled. As a teen, I used to go to a lot of Phoenix Suns games, and I stood near Chamberlain and many great players from the 60s and 70s.

Erving was a one-man show when he played in the ABA. That red-white-blue basketball in his hands was always a thrill to watch.
 
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Wilt Chamberlain was a great basketball player, and a HUGE man. He was absolutely intimidating, and rarely smiled. As a teen, I used to go to a lot of Phoenix Suns games, and I stood near Chamberlain and many great players from the 60s and 70s.
I had a neighbor who was 6-9 and we went to an exhibition game when Chamberlain was playing for the Bucaneers. I was standing in front of Wilt signing autographs and my neighbor walked behind him and disappeared!


Erving was a one-man show when he played in the ABA. That red-white-blue basketball in his hands was always a thrill to watch.
Don't forget the intimidating fro...

 

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