The world has lost another NBA legend. Just two weeks after the untimely passing of NBA great Darryl Dawkins, former Houston Rocket Moses Malone passed Sunday morning at the age of 60. Nicknamed Chairman of the Boards, Malone was a ferocious rebounder. He was a 3-time NBA MVP, won a championship with the Philadelphia 76ers and a 12-time NBA All-Star. The average career of an NBA player is 6 to 7 years. Moses played for 21 years for 8 different teams in the ABA and NBA. Of all of his accolades he may be most known for being the first player to go pro right out of high school. The irony is that Darryl Dawkins also went pro straight out of high school and also played for the 76ers. R.I.P. Big Mo. Click here to read more.
No details have been released of the cause of his death.