The great Oscar Robertson is usually remembered as a star player for the NBA’s Cincinnati Royals, but he also played for the Milwaukee Bucks. In fact, he led the Bucks to four straight wins over the Baltimore Bullets to win the NBA title in 1971. It was the second time in history that an NBA team had swept the finals. Robertson began his briliant career playing for Crispus Atticks High School in Indianapolis, Indiana, and he led them to two straight state titles. He later played collegiately for the University of Cincinnati and became the first sophomore to be named College Player of the Year in 1958.