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Hoops Rumors Community Shootaround 9/13/15

Former NBA great Moses Malone passed away in his sleep at the age of 60 today. Many around the league have expressed their condolences to the Malone family, and we at Hoops Rumors are also saddened to learn about Malone’s death.

A member of the Hall of Fame, Malone, a ferocious rebounder, was named one of the 50 greatest NBA players in 1996.

He was named league MVP in 1978/79, 1981/82 and 1982/83.

Our topic today is in honor of Malone. The question: Where do you think Moses Malone ranks as one of the league’s all-time big men?

Please share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below. We look forward to what you have to say.

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5 thoughts on “Hoops Rumors Community Shootaround 9/13/15

  1. icevolcanos

    I remember Malone & Co. taking apart a pretty good Bucks team (Moncrief, Marques Johnson, Brian Winters, Lanier) on their way to the ’83 Championship. He was spectacular.

  2. Jeremy

    Malone is the greatest PF of all time… others may have better career stats (including his name sake)… but none dominated like Malone, for as long as he did. RIP brother.

    • Gucci 7383

      He’s not a better price then Duncan period

  3. Arthur Hill

    He led a losing team to the NBA Finals in 1981. When he came to Philadelphia two years later and was surrounded by talent, he led them to a title. He’s possibly the best rebounder ever and was a prolific scorer as well. And he always gave maximum effort. He was the best center in the game in the early 1980s and deserves to be talked about with the all-time best.

  4. Chuck Myron

    He had longevity, but he had a relatively short prime. He tailed off precipitously after 1983, which had a lot to do with the sinking fortunes of the Sixers from that point forward. That said, he was a dominant force at the tail end of the ’70s into the 1980s. I don’t think he gets enough credit for having been the best player in the game at that point.

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