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Topic - Oscar Robertson
Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson doesn't see what the fuss is about over "One and Done" players.
Creighton's Doug McDermott has picked up his second award for player of the year in as many days, accepting the honor Friday from the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.
Doug McDermott spent his senior season passing a lot of big names on the career scoring list. He is now among some very select company.
McDermott finished his career with 3,150 points, fifth on the all-time list. He is the 11th three-time AP All-American and the first since Patrick Ewing of Georgetown and Wayman Tisdale of Oklahoma from 1982-85.
The "Mount Rushmore" craze has gotten out of control. But I've been inspired by a new film — "Noah" — to create a new measurement of historical greatness.
Some of the NBA's greatest players ever didn't need to see a championship ring to count LeBron James in their ranks.
Bob Boozer was a star in college, an Olympic gold medalist and an 11-year professional who finished his playing career with an NBA championship.
Larry Bird had the last word in the debate between two great Olympic champions.
Larry Bird stopped just short of calling the Dream Team the best squad ever assembled.
"I think that any time an athlete gets an opportunity to play for your country, he should accept it," Robertson said.