Player of the Century
Oscar Roberston inducted into the NABD's Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame Oscar Robertson, the National Association of Basketball Coaches' “Player of the Century,” was also one of the first five inductees into the NABC's new Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in Kansas City. More:
Honorary Doctorate from UC Former University of Cincinnati President Nancy L. Zimpher and Jeff Wyler, President of the University's Board of Trustees, confer the Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters on Oscar Robertson at UC's June 9, 2007 commencement. (Photo courtesy of the University of Cincinnati.)
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The Big O Videography
Oklahoma senior guard Buddy Hield wins 2016 Oscar Robertson Trophy

The Big O's 1961-62 triple-double season was one for the ages

How the 1976 Oscar Robertson Rule changed professional sports

The Big O in Hall of Fame a 2nd time, with 1960 "Original Dream Team"

O and Zo honored with Civil Rights Legacy Award on MLK Day

The Big O inducted into International Basketball (FIBA) Hall of Fame

"The most perfect player in NBA history" by Sam Smith

The Big O Wins Lifetime Achievement Award for Entrepreneurship

The Big O's Madison Square Garden debut got everyone's attention

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always took care of business, off the court and on. He won free agency for NBA Players, a first in professional sports. Led his teams to the top in high school, college, Olympics, the NBA (Milwaukee’s only title to date). Never invited to apply for NBA coaching or general manager positions, he created his own successes in the business world. Oscar Robertson changed the game. Helped change our society. On his own terms. This is his story. Now available in paperback from University of Nebraska Press.
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