Iconic Oscar Robertson 3D Crystal

Oscar Robertson is generally considered the greatest all-around player in the history of basketball. In 2000 he was named "Player of the Century" by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.  Oscar is one of the most enduringly popular and respected athletes in the history of sports, an international ambassador for the game of basketball

Some statistics:

*NBA Rookie of the Year '61

*NBA Most Valuable Player '64

*Selected to 12 consecutive NBA All-Star Teams '61-'72

*NBA All-Star game MVP '61, '64, '69

*First and only player in NBA history to average a "triple double" (double figures in scoring, 30.8 points per game; assists, 11.4 per game; rebounding, 12.5 per game) for an entire season 1961-62, until Russell Westbrook did it in '16-'17 season

*Averaged a cumulative "triple-double" over his first six professional seasons. In his first five seasons Oscar had more triple-double games than the rest of the NBA combined

*First player to lead the NBA in scoring average (29.2) and assists (9.7) in the same season, '67-'68

*First player in NCAA history to lead in scoring 3 straight years. College career average: 33.8 points

*First player in history to win National College Player of the Year honors 3 times

*Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame '79, first year eligible

*National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, founding class, 2006

*International Basketball (FIBA) Hall of Fame 2009

*Named one of NBA's 50 greatest players of all time, 1997

*Named one of top 5 college players ever by Sports Illustrated, 1999

* Named one of 50 Greatest Athletes of the Century by ESPN, 1999

*Three time NCAA first team All-American

*Led University of Cincinnati to two Final Four appearances, 79-9 record over 3 years

*Co-Captain of undefeated 1960 US Olympic Team, perhaps the greatest basketball team ever

*Led Indianapolis' Crispus Attucks HS to 45 game winning streak, 2 consecutive Indiana State Championships and 1956 National Championship. Attucks was the first African-American HS to win an Indiana State Championship or a National Championship

*First team high school All-American, National High School Player of the Year, and Indiana's "Mr. Basketball" 1956

*Graduated Crispus Attucks HS '56 in top 10% of his class

*Born 11/24/38 Charlotte, TN

This product is officially licensed by Oscar Robertson and 3D Legacy.

Dimensions 9 1/2 x 7 1/8 x 2 3/4 Multi facet rectangle with dark rosewood LED base with power supply