Hall of Popularity NBA power forwards/center who was simply selected to 5 consecutive All-Star video games from 1961 to 1964 seeing that a member from the Cincinnati Royals; became a member of the Boston Celtics in 1966 and helped business lead the team for an NBA Tournament in 1968. He performed college golf ball at Miami of Ohio from 1955 to 1958 and was chosen 22nd general in the 1958 NBA Draft with the St. Louis Hawks. He became the initial BLACK NBA general supervisor when he was employed with the Milwaukee Dollars in 1972. He previously two daughters, Debbie and Jill, and a boy, Wayne Jr., along with his wife Terri. He performed alongside Costs Russell in the 1968 NBA Champ Boston Celtics.