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2016 Basketball Eligibles

Allen Iverson rarely was the second best at anything. AI was always the most exciting player on the court and the most controversial player off of it. At his best he was a shot happy guard who practically carried the 76ers on his back to the NBA Finals and won the MVP that year. Three times he was he named to the First Team NBA…
A very solid player throughout his career, Michael Finley was capable of brilliant flashes of offense in the open court, and a stronger commitment to defense in his later campaigns. In his prime, Finley was a two time All Star and an electric player to watch. He was a workhorse on good Dallas Maverick teams (three times he led the NBA in minutes played) and…

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  • 28. Dick Rathmann
    28.  Dick Rathmann
    With 13 wins in 128 Races in the 1950s, Dick Rathmann is probably best known for having switched names with his brother Royal Richard “Jim” Rathmann so that his brother could enter a race underage. It was supposed to be temporary, but the name change stuck.The Bullet Points:Country of Origin: Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.Retired In:1955Sprint Cup Wins:13Poles:13Top Ten Finishes:79Top Ten…
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