No. Never even made it to the finals. 4 playoff appearances.
yes he did.
Pete Maravich http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5-J2Spj7kg&feature=related
"Pistol" Pete Maravich played 10 years in the NBA and is still the all-time leading scorer in D1 College Basketball History.
First he played for the Atlanta Hawks, then traded to the New Orleans Jazz
Pete "Pistol" Maravich was professional American basket player born in June 1947. He played for Louisanna State University and for three different NBA teams until injury forced his retirement.
Oscar Robertson, Rick Barry and 'Pistol' Pete Maravich.
No, Pete Maravich never signed a million dollar contract during his playing career. He played in the NBA from 1970 to 1980, a time when player salaries were much lower compared to today's NBA. At the peak of his career, Maravich was earning around $300,000 per season.
the greatest basketball player is wilt chamberlain
the 76ers back in 1947 they were known as the warriors back then
There are too many NBA players that fit this description to name them all. But here are some of the best: Elgin Baylor Pete Maravich Charles Barkley Karl Malone John Stockton Patrick Ewing
The Houston Rockets won against the Orlando magic
Retired #44's in the NBA include the Nuggets' Dan Issel, the Lakers' Jerry West, the Suns' Paul Westphal, the Kings' Sam Lacey, and the Spurs' George Gervin.