11. Bob Cousy
The New York City-born Bob Cousy had an amazing career with the Celtics. He was chosen No. 3 overall by the Tri-City Blackhawks out of Holy Cross and took a circuitous route to Boston. Once there, Cousy became the heart and soul of the legendary Celtics’ dynasty. He was a six-time NBA champion, earned MVP honors in 1957 and was a 13-time All-Star. Cousy retired after the 1962-63 season. In a bizarre twist, he actually came back while coaching the Cincinnati Royals in 1969-70 and played in seven games.
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