Ranking Top 10 Centers in NBA History
#10 Bob McAdoo
The Clippers franchise actually originated in Buffalo. They were the Braves at that time, and featured some big coaching names like Dolph Schayes and Jack Ramsay. There was one player, though, that stole the show and is still the most prominent basketball name in Buffalo history. That man was McAdoo, who won the league’s scoring title in three of his first four years and was the NBA’s MVP in 1975 while playing for the Braves. While his performance fizzled a bit because of injuries, McAdoo, as a dependable reserve, won two titles with the Lakers in the 80s.