5. Oscar Robertson
Until the last few years, Oscar Robertson was the only player ever to average a triple double for an entire season. Robertson nearly averaged a triple double for his entire decade long peak. He led the league in assists six times and finished top five in eight straight MVP races, winning it in 1964 over Wilt Chamberlain.
Robertson struggled to get his team to the highest level until late in his career when he joined Kareem with the Bucks, finally making two Finals and winning one of them. Robertson’s numbers are helped by a heavy minutes load at an insane pace, but the dude ranks top 10 all time in both points and assists per game. That’s pretty nuts, no matter how you slice it.
Achievements: 1x champion, 1x MVP, 11x All NBA, 12x All Star