26. David Robinson
David Robinson, or “The Admiral,” stood at 7’1 as he towered over most other players on the floor with the San Antonio Spurs.Robinson was an extremely intimidating center as he was selected to be on the NBA All-Defensive Team in eight separate seasons.
The Admiral dominated the glass as he recorded a total of 10,497 rebounds for his career and led his Spurs to two NBA Championships during his tenure with them.
In addition to being selected as an NBA All-Star in 10 seasons, he is also recognized as the all-time leader in blocks with a total of 2,954 blocked shots for the Spurs franchise.
25. Bill Walton
Bill Walton was selected number one in the 1974 NBA Draft by the Portland Trailblazers for brilliant career in UCLA, leading the Bruins to two NCAA Championships and to a record 88-game winning streak during his career.
Walton was a very unique impact player during his career. He is one of the few NBA players to win the Most Valuable Player award (1978) and the Sixth Man of the Year award (1986).
Even though he was only selected to be an All-Star twice in his career, he was still able to contribute to win two NBA Championships on two separate teams.
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