Hall of Popularity NBA center who was simply selected to 4 All-Star games while a member from the Baltimore Bullets as well as the Chicago Packers and Zephyrs. He was called the NBA First year of the entire year in 1962 as an associate from the Packers. He selected Indiana University since it was the closest college south that approved African People in america. He performed 88 video games in the entire year he was exchanged towards the Detroit Pistons due to the different group schedules. His half-brother became referred to as professional boxer Ron Bellamy. He was teammates with long term Hall-of-Famers Jerry Western, Oscar Robertson, and Jerry Lucas around the 1960 Olympic golf ball team.
|1||4-time NBA All-Star.|
|2||Inducted into the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame in 1984.|
|3||Inducted into the Indiana University Athletics Hall of Fame in 1982.|
|4||Inducted into the National College Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006 (founding member).|
|5||Member of the 1960 Olympic champion men's basketball team.|
|6||Center with the Chicago Zephyrs/Packers / Baltimore Bullets (1961-62 thru 1965-66[start]), New York Knicks (1965-66[end] thru 1968-69[start]), Detroit Pistons 1968-69[end] thru 1969-70[start]), Atlanta Hawks (1969-70[end] thru 1972-74), and New Orleans Jazz (1974-75).|
|7||NBA Rookie of the Year (1962).|
|8||1st overall pick in the 1961 NBA Draft by the Chicago Packers (now the Washington Wizards) out of Indiana University.|
|10||Inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 1993.|
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