Oscar Robertsonís early 70ís Milwaukee Bucks warm up jacket. Robertson, a 6'5'' guard from Cincinnati, played 14 NBA seasons and is this author's favorite player. He was the first college player to lead the nation in scoring 3 consecutive years and in 1960 set the college scoring record. The Big "O" played in the NBA all-star game his first 12 seasons and was MVP 3 times ('61, '64, and '69). Robertson is a member of basketball's Hall of Fame and was voted one of the top 50 players of all time at the NBA's 50th anniversary. Robertson rivals Jordan as the greatest player ever. Robertson averaged a triple double in 61/62; he ended his career with a 26 pt. career scoring average and was the NBA's all time cumulative assist leader until his record was broken by Magic Johnson and later by John Stockton.