Who Won the 1962
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Bob Pettit

St Louis Hawks

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Building the All-Time Depth Chart for Every NBA Franchise

Bleacher Report
Bob Pettit's name might not resonate with the younger crowd, but the legendary power forward was the Hawks' first truly great player and led his troops to the 1958 title, back when they still resided in St. Louis. Al Horford's lengthy tenure supersedes ...

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Hawks All-Time Starting Five

Atlanta All Day
Bob Pettit played 11 seasons for the St. Louis Hawks and made a huge impact. Pettit was an excellent player averaging 26.4 points, 16.2 rebounds, and 3 rebounds per game. He was a very tenacious rebounder that would get lots of points from putbacks.

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In championship battles, Boston's favorite foils are folks from St. Louis

Led by Hall of Fame forward Bob Pettit, they collided with the Celtics four times in the Finals between 1957 and '61, even winning in '58 when Bill Russell was hobbled by an ankle injury suffered in Game 3. Pettit scored 50 points in the decisive sixth ...

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The Greatest, Best, and Most Historic NBA MVP Column Ever

The Ringer (blog)
Two-time MVP Bob Pettit averaged a 31–19 and finished sixth. Jerry West tossed up a 31–8–5 and finished fifth. Elgin Baylor played only 48 games thanks to military obligations; poor Elgin lived in an Army barracks in Washington, flying out whenever he ...

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