The team's all-time leader in games played (988), rebounds (6,937) and steals (1,289), Alvan Adams spent 13 seasons in Phoenix before retiring in 1988. And while he had a stellar career, no season was better than his first. The 4th overall pick in the 1975 draft, the "Oklahoma Kid" averaged 19 points and 9.1 boards, was named Rookie of the Year and helped lead the Suns to the NBA Finals. Over his entire Phoenix career, "Double A" averaged 14.1 points, 7.0 rebounds and 4.1 assists a game. Adams is one of eleven players who have been inducted into the team's Ring of Honor and still works with the club as a senior vice president of operations.