There’s some Wizard-ry in this week’s #WNSTSweet16

June 10, 2014 | Glenn Clark

3. Gus Johnson

Almost all of the forward’s Hall of Fame career was played with the Baltimore Bullets, where he was a five time All-Star. Johnson measured in at 6’6″ but played even bigger than that. Johnson is fifth in franchise history in career points and third in career rebounds, helping the Bullets to their first ever NBA Finals appearance in 1971.

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