Hall of Popularity forward/center from the Baltimore and Washington Bullets. He was chosen to five NBA All-Star video games, called NBA MVP in 1969 and he led the Bullets for an NBA Tournament in 1978. He averaged over 30 factors and 20 rebounds while playing on the College or university of Louisville, where he was a 2-period Consensus First Group All-American selection; drafted 2nd general with the Bullets in 1968. He have scored over 10,000 factors, and documented over 13,000 rebounds in his profession. He previously a girl and boy, Kimberley and Westley Jr., along with his wife Connie. He performed alongside fellow Hall of Famer Elvin Hayes in the 1978 NBA Champ Bullets.