18. Bill Walton
Team(s): Blazers, Clippers, Celtics
Career Stats: 13.3 PPG 10.5 RPG 3.4 APG 2.2 BPG
Accomplishments: 2x All-Star, 1x MVP, 1x Finals MVP, 1x Sixth Man of the Year, 2x All-NBA, 2x All-Defense. 1x Rebounding Leader, 1x Blocks Leader, Member of the Hall of Fame
Big Red's 10-year NBA career was riddled with foot injuries, but that didn't stop him from becoming a Hall of Famer. Walton did it all from the center position. He scored, rebounded, passed, and defended at an elite level. Walton put on a performance for the ages during the Portland Trailblazers first title run. In the 1977 NBA Finals, Walton carried the Blazers to a 4-2 series win versus the 76ers by averaging 18.5 points, 19.0 rebounds, 5.2 assists, 1.0 steal, and 3.7 blocks. He followed that legendary performance with an MVP season in 1978, although, he only played in 58 games. Unfortunately, that would be his last year playing at that level. But he did win the 1986 Sixth Man of the Year in the twilight of his career with Boston Celtics and helped them win the 1986 championship.