I don't think I'm giving you a spoiler to say that this fellow was definitely not active for the post-1980 Seattle Sonics, am I? Another beautiful work of art from every Sonic fan's favorite artist (non-digital division!), Stu Moldrem
. As always, leave your guesses in the comments.
I'll try Leonard Gray. I don't know, all these Sonics look alike to me.
I'm usually good for a guess or two, but I've got no idea here. He looks awesome though; whoever he is. I'll guess Jack Sikma's twin brotha from another motha.
Cage isn't bad, but you're off by a couple of decades.
First clue: Two-time All-Star who averaged 25+ ppg one season and played in the NBA Finals (all before he made it to the Sonics, unfortunately).
I had to go online to look up rosters from the 70s and had no idea that Bob Love played for the Sonics (being born in the 80's I guess is my excuse); I think he might satisfy your clues, but I wasn't willing to cheat and confirm that stuff before guessing (read:lazy)
Very good guess, but the correct answer is Archie Clark.
Amazing how many similarities exist between Clark and Love (both former Sonics, both former 25+ PPG players, both multiple all stars) but Clark is yet another talented, albeit completely anonymous, player from the 60s and 70s.
Disappointed it wasn't Bob Love. If any of you have ever seen Black Magic (ESPN Documentary on black college basketball history) then you know how interesting Bob Love's story is; if you haven't seen it, it's worth the ~4 hours.
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