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Posted on: June 12, 2008 9:13 pm
Edited on: June 12, 2008 9:30 pm
 

UMD Dub Edition - CAF 08

ST - Magic Johnson/G/F/C

He was what Bob Cousy was to the 1950s, what Oscar Robertson was to the 1960s, what Julius Erving was to the 1970s. Still, Earvin Johnson was even more than a revolutionary player who, at 6-9, was the tallest point guard in league history. In his 13 NBA seasons Johnson compiled 17,707 points (19.5 ppg), 6,559 rebounds (7.2 rpg) and 10,141 assists (11.2 apg) in addition to 1,724 steals.

ST - Sidney Moncrief/G

He left the NBA with 11,931 points (15.6 ppg), 3,575 rebounds (4.7 rpg), and 2,793 assists (3.6 apg) over 767 regular-season games. He shot .502 from the field and .831. Michael Jordan once told the Los Angeles Times, "When you play against Moncrief, you're in for a night of all-around basketball. He'll hound you everywhere you go, both ends of the court. You just expect it."   

ST - Shawn Marion/F

The four-time All-Star and two-time member of the All-NBA Third Teams Marion is a versatile 6-7 frontcourt player capable for playing both the small forward and power forward positions. He averages 18.7 points, 10.1 rebounds, 1.3 blocks and 1.9 steals per game, making him a threat on both offense and defense.

ST - Shawn Kemp/F/C

5 time NBA All Star, Kemp was one of the NBA's premier high flyers with outstanding leaping abilities. After Kemp's second NBA season, he picked up the nickname "Reign Man". He left the NBA with career avg's of 15 PPG, 8.5 RPG and 1.5 BPG

ST - Patrick Ewing/C

One of the "50 Greatest Players in NBA History," Patrick Ewing has been named an NBA All-Star 11 times, earned All-NBA First or Second Team honors seven times and stands as the all-time leader in New York Knicks' history in 11 different categories. They include averages of 21 points and 9.8 rebounds per game.  

RE - Reggie Theus/G/F

  He is one of only five players in NBA history to produce at least 19,000 points and 6,000 assists, joining John Havlicek, Oscar Robertson, John Stockton and Jerry West with that distinction. He scored 19,015 points (No. 36 in NBA history) and handed out 6,453 career assists (19th all-time), averaging 18.5 points, 6.3 assists and 3.3 rebounds per game in his 13 NBA seasons.  

RE - Ray Allen/G

One of the most accurate 3-point shooters in NBA history, he is an eight-time NBA All-Star and won an Olympic gold medal as a member of the 2000 United States Men's Basketball Team. During his Seattle tenure, Allen achieved many individual accomplishments. On March 12, 2006, Allen became the 97th player in NBA history to score 15,000 points. On April 7, 2006, Allen moved into second place on the NBA's list of all-time 3-point field goals made, trailing only Reggie Miller. On April 19, 2006, Allen broke Dennis Scott's ten-year-old NBA record for 3-point field goals made in a season against the Denver Nuggets.  

RE - Glen Rice/G/F

  Rice was a three-time NBA All-Star guard/forward well known for his pinpoint shooting accuracy, ranking 4th in NBA history with 1,559 three-point field goals made during his 15-year career. His personal outstanding achievement in the NBA came when he was named MVP of the 1997 All-Star game.  

RE - Tom Chambers/F-C

  The 6'10" Chambers was a key member of the Phoenix Suns teams of the late 1980s and early 90s. Chambers ranks #29 all-time in total (regular season) points scored in the NBA with 20,049 in 1,107 games, for 18.1 points per game average. He also averaged 6.1 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game in the regular season over his career.  

RE - Vlade Divac/C

Under the tutorship of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Magic Johnson, he improved his play and adopted to the American style of the game. A skilled shooter, passer, rebounder and shotblocker, Vlade Divac became one of the most versatile centers in the NBA. Joined Hakeem Olajuwon and Kareem Abdul-Jabaar as the only players in NBA history to amass 13,000 points, 9,000 rebounds, 3,000 assists and 1,500 blocked shots Scored 12,000th career point 12/8/01 at San Antonio.  
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