Two time NBA Champion (1977 and 1986)
1978 NBA MVP
Two time All-Star
1977 NBA Finals MVP
One time All-NBA First team
One time All-NBA Second team
Two time All-NBA Defensive First team
1986 Sixth Man of the Year
If not for the myriad of injuries, Bill Walton could have easily been regarded as one of the best centers to play in the NBA. Instead, he played 10 injury-plagued seasons and played in 65 or more games in only three of those seasons. When healthy though, he was an elite center and posted up 19 points, 13 rebounds, and five assists per game in the year he won MVP. He led the Portland Trail Blazers to their first championship in 1977 and would play a defining role off the bench in the Boston Celtics' 1986 title.
Career Averages: 13 ppg, 11 rpg, 3 apg, and 2 bpg.