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Old 09-27-2022, 09:41 AM
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Default OLD TIMER: Max Zaslofsky

Can we get this guy in the Basketball Hall of Fame already!

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(He's 1 of 2 members nominated to this team that are not in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. )

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One of my favorite Jewish players. Oh hell yes. beer chug.gifbeer chug.gifbeer chug.gif
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One of my favorite Jewish players. Oh hell yes. Attachment 535938Attachment 535938Attachment 535938
Way before my time, but I collect early Basketball and have always appreciated his story. I think I'm holding 4-5 of his rookie cards just hoping that he'll make the HOF and they will get a little bump in value! Just being honest...

Either way, its an important card in the 1948 set and I love the action shot. Notice how players dribbled from the top of the ball, almost slapping down, in the early era, as opposed to "carrying" the ball in today's game.
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He would join three other HOFers on this card. Definitely not holding my breath for Connie Simmons to make it a sweep.
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Sadly I donít think there is a chance.

No sport disrespects the founders of their game like the NBA. Hell, the Lakers are JUST NOW retiring Mikenís jersey number. They couldnít find time to retire the player that basically built their own organization when he retired after the 56í season? They retired Jamaal Wilkes a decade ago.

The players and management have no care or respect for those that came before them and itís a shame.
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I agree with Justin it has always amazed me how little the NBA is concerned with its own history. I understand the first few years 46 47 48 are a little confusing BAA NBL etc. But the NBA has claimed 1946 as the start and since 1946 the NBA has grown in leaps and bounds. That growth came from the hard work of many players. And those players who contributed certainly deserve a significant amount more recognition than they have been given to this point.
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