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Oscar Robertson

Oscar Robertson


He was member of the U.S. Olympic Gold Medal team in 1960; He was a key member of the Milwaukee Bucks NBA Championship team in 1971; He is a member of the National Basketball Hall of Fame
Fee Range: $20,000 - $30,000

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Oscar Robertson Bio

Nicknamed "The Big O," Robertson led his high school basketball team to two Indiana state titles. Following high school, Robertson attended the University of Cincinnati. While on the UC team from 1957 to 1960, he led the nation in scoring. He was a member of the U.S. Olympic Basketball Team in his senior year, which won a gold medal in Rome.

After leaving UC in 1960, he joined the NBA's Cincinnati Royals. For the 1961-1962 seasons Robertson achieved a "triple-double" average for points, assists and rebounds in double figures each game. This accomplishment has never been matched. Robertson continued to play with the Royals for ten years before being traded to the Milwaukee Bucks. Also, in the late 1960s, he served as president of the NBA Players Association. In Milwaukee, he helped lead the Bucks to an NBA championship in 1971. Robertson retired from the Bucks in 1974 after a 14-year career that included 12 All-Star appearances. 

Robertson remains one of the most significant names in basketball history and has received many honors. He is a member of the National Basketball Hall of Fame and has been named one of ESPN's 50 Greatest Athletes of the Century. After basketball, he turned to business, philanthropy and civic ventures. 

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