His name is synonymous with NBA legend and, especially, in the NCAA where chair sat under the baton of John Wooden. Bill Walton was called to be the great ruler of basketball following the race of giants like Chamberlain, Russell or his predecessor at UCLA, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. However, the injuries were baited with this lover Grateful Dead and left half a career that was launched to stardom.Despite his ailments, Walton would go down in history as one of the best players of all time, leaving the feeling of not knowing where it had been his limit if his feet and, especially, his back battered would not have brought in their path. The most famous basketball history, with permission from Scalabrine and Bonner, red reinvented himself as a secondary luxury and after leading the Blazers to their only ring was important part off the bench in which conquered the Celtics in 1986 .Were the highlights of a career that was marked by pain and an operating theater for which had to spend up to 38 times by problems in a fragile and brittle as Bohemian crystal back. A chronic problem that even led him to think about taking drastic measures such as suicide.”When I was lying on the ground, unable to move without having anything I would have killed myself if I had a gun in hand.” Rending testimony of former NBA MVP in 1977 and one of the 50 best players in league history as the NBA itself.It’s the experience that counts Walton in an interview with Sports Illustrated while promoting his book ‘Return of death’. A biography in which the power forward looks back on his career and all the suffering and pain he had to endure to get to stardom.”I did not want to live. At least not that way,” said the player who was Blazers, Clippers and Celtics. “I am aware of all the people who have sacrificed for me, to have the opportunity to keep doing things again. For they have debt and obligation to keep doing things”.
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Dueling leaders division teams, the Thunder (51-22), which have the widest current winning streak with seven straight wins, are secured leaders in the Northwest Division and third in the Western Conference.The Spanish forward Serge Ibaka scored 15 goals in 34 minutes, the encestar 7 of 12 shots, including 1 of 4 triples, he had eight rebounds and an assist.The Spurs (61-12), who gave rest to players like Kawhi Leonard, LaMarcus Aldridge and Tony Parker added two defeats in their last 10 games, but remain leaders in the Southwest Division.The reserves and Jonathon Simmons David West added 17 points apiece and center Boban Marjanovic added 13.