NBA Hall of Popularity middle/forward who led the little league in rating for three consecutive months from 1974 to 1976 as an associate from the Buffalo Braves. Then continued to earn two NBA Championships as an associate from the LA Lakers in the 1980s. He was a consensus First Group All-American during his just season in the University or college of NEW YORK. He was chosen 2nd overall from the Buffalo Braves in 1972 and was called NBA First year of the entire year in 1973. He wedded Patrizia McAdoo and he offers six children called Rasheeda, Ryan, Robert III, Rita, Ross and Russell. He was teammates with another Hall of Famer, Magic Johnson, around the LA Lakers.
|1||In his seventh year as assistant coach for the Miami Heat. [February 2003]|
|2||Buffalo Braves All-Time Offensive Rebounds Leader (895).|
|3||Buffalo Braves All-Time Blocked Shots Leader (614).|
|4||Buffalo Braves All-Time Rebounds Leader (4,229).|
|5||Buffalo Braves All-Time Defensive Rebounds Leader (2,606).|
|6||Buffalo Braves All-Time Free Throws Made Leader (2,617).|
|7||Buffalo Braves All-Time Free Throws Made Leader (2,040).|
|8||NBA Rookie of the Year (18.0 ppg, 9.1 rpg) and All-Rookie Team, 1973. All-NBA Second Team, 1974. NBA MVP and All-NBA First Team, 1975. Five-time NBA All-Star, 1974-1978. Los Angeles Clippers franchise all-time leading rebounder with 4,229.|
|9||Played for the Italian League (1986-1993).|
|10||Played for the U.S. Pan American Team (1971).|
|11||Played for Vincennes Junior College (1969-1971) and the University of North Carolina (1971-1972). Jr. College All-America, 1970, 1971. All-Conference, All-State, All-American and Team MVP, 1972. ACC Tournament MVP, 1972.|
|12||Played for the National Basketball Association's (NBA) Buffalo Braves (1972-1973 thru 1976-1977), New York Knicks (1976-1977 thru 1978-1979), Boston Celtics (1978-1979), Detroit Pistons (1979-1980 & 1980-1981), New Jersey Nets (1980-1981), Los Angeles Lakers (1981-1982 thru 1984-1985), and Philadelphia 76ers (1985-1986).|
|13||Enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000.|
|The Air Up There||1994||basketball technical advisor|
|ESPN SportsCentury||2005||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|The NBA on CBS||1978||TV Series||Himself|
|1978 NBA All-Star Game||1978||TV Special||Himself|
|1977 NBA All-Star Game||1977||TV Special||Himself|
|1976 NBA All-Star Game||1976||TV Special||Himself|
|1975 NBA All-Star Game||1975||TV Special||Himself|
|1974 NBA All-Star Game||1974||TV Special||Himself|
|:03 from Gold||2002||TV Movie documentary||Himself (uncredited)|
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