Bill Walton at his peak had Bill Russell’s dominating defense, Wilt Chamberlain’s overpowering offense … and your great-grandmother’s fragile feet. His body of work on the college courts was fascinating and incomparable. Walton was a three-time NCAA Player of the Year, a two-time national champion and a two- time Final Four Most Outstanding Player who compiled an 86-4 record over three seasons at UCLA, where the lanky 6-foot-11, 210-pound center averaged 20.3 points and 15.7 rebounds per game from 1971-74. In the 1973 NCAA championship game, he made 21-of-22 field goals and scored 44 points—still a record for a title…

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