Austin Carr put a football landmark -- the University of Notre Dame -- on the basketball map. However, his professional career never matched his college years because of nagging injuries and playing with weak teams.
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Walt Frazier wrote his ticket to the Hall of Fame when he led the Knicks to a pair of championships in the early 1970s. He retired in 1979 after averaging 18.9 points and 6.1 assists during his 13-year career. Learn more about Frazier.
Oscar Robertson's best season was 1963-1964, when he averaged 31.4 points and won the NBA MVP Award. Many consider him the best all-around player the sport has ever seen. Read more about Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson.