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Topic - Jack Twyman
Shane Battier called it one of the biggest honors of his life.
Basketball Hall of Famer Jack Twyman, one of the NBA's top scorers in the 1950s who became the guardian to a paralyzed teammate, has died. He was 78.
"What he accomplished in his lifetime was really the equivalent of three lifetimes," said Twyman, referring to his father's success in basketball and business and his devotion to Stokes and other friends and family members.
"He died peacefully with family members at his side," said Twyman, of Rye, N.Y.