Oscar picks Elgin

Oscar Robertson on Bill Russell's selection as the greatest player during the National Basketball Association's first 35 years: "I would have picked Elgin Baylor. Russ was a great pivot man, but to say he was the best the NBA has ever seen is going a bit too far. As a shooter, as a dribbler, Elgin Baylor had no match."

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