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Louis’s Bob Pettit, and his team won the NBA title with a record of 45-27 in the regular season and 7-3 in the playoffs. Continuing the Story Reports began circulating that Paul suffered from a chronic asthmatic condition that threatened to shorten his career. Paul claimed that it was only a sinus problem and soon demonstrated that he was still on equal footing with the league leaders. 6-pointsper-game average. 4-points-per-game average. In 1959-1960, Wilt Chamberlain joined the NBA as Paul’s teammate.
Three years later, he was named one of the twenty best NBA players of all time. He was the only player to be the leading scorer for at least one season in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the ABA, and the NBA. Summary Rick Barry’s scoring statistics may overshadow his other contributions. An excellent passer and rebounder, he was also emotional and intense. His combative, aggressive style may have resulted from early criticism that he was too timid for the rugged professional game.
In the next year, he was named to his third-consecutive all-star team. He scored a careerhigh 47 points in a single game. He ranked among NBA leaders in scoring, three-point percentage, three-point field goals made, and free-throw percentage. He extended his streaks of consecutive games played to 400 and consecutive games started to 388, until tendinitis in his left knee briefly prevented him from playing. Halfway through the 2002-2003 season, Ray was traded to the Seattle SuperSonics. In almost five seasons with the Sonics, he increased his pointsper-game average.
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