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Layups: Highlights of Pettit, Baylor, and Other Underrated Stars

Posted by Neil Paine on December 18, 2009

Apropos of the Inner-Circle HoFers mentioned today, here's a mix featuring Pettit and Baylor at first, then John Havlicek, Rick Barry, Dan Issel, Bobby Jones, and Dennis Johnson:

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5 Responses to “Layups: Highlights of Pettit, Baylor, and Other Underrated Stars”

  1. kevin Says:

    Is Baylor really underrated? When he retired, he was generally acknowledged at the greatest forward ever. He was basically the LeBron James of his day.

  2. Neil Paine Says:

    True, but for whatever reason, today it seems like people criticize him unfairly for his lack of a championship, especially given the awful timing of his retirement (the day before the 33-game W streak began).

  3. latopia Says:

    /offtopic

    Are you guys aware Team Game Finder is *not* returning results when Game Type=playoffs is selected?

    I was trying to get a list of playoff games between SAS & LAL from 2000-01 thru 2008-09. TGF returned a blank page. Ditto Heat/Bulls.

    TGF is a great feature; just like all the other BR-unique features under Play Index. Am I doing something wrong? Just asking.

  4. Frank N Says:

    I'd still be hard-pressed to start another forward ahead of Baylor on any team. Of course, I saw him play.

  5. Jason J Says:

    Anybody who doesn't subscribe to KBlaze's youtube page shouldn't be allowed to blog about basketball. The guy is the best highlight producer out there.