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17. George Mikan

Mikan was a cornerstone of the Minneapolis Lakers throughout the 1950s. He was especially dominant early in his career, averaging at least 27 points in his first three seasons. He was a fundamentally sound player who got to the free throw line almost nine times per game over his career.

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