Revisiting the heyday of department stores and five-and-dimes

No. 31 - Billy Owens

Shown here as a 76er, Owens had an extraordinary mix of size, talent and athleticism, but simply could not get on the same page as Pat Riley. At 6 feet 9, he was as capable of advancing the ball across midcourt as throwing it down at the rim. The problem was the brilliance often was offset by the most mindless of blunders.
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