Julius Erving

Julius Winfield Erving II (Feb. 22, 1950, Roosevelt, New York). The former American basketball player J, also known by his nickname, is a legendary actor who also gives basketball a modern style based on hoop and bounce. Erving has made a great effort to put the amateur league ABA into the NBA. Some of the star players backing their team have been the "backbone of the team", but Dr. J is generally known as the "backbone of the league". Julius Erving was the biggest trump in the hands of ABA at the end of the 1976 season in the season when most of the teams in the ABA moved to the NBA. Erving has won three championships, four MVPs, two in the ABA, three times for the King of Virginia Squires and New York Nets, and one for the Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA. He is the fifth highest scorer in the history of professional basketball, with a combined total of 30,026 digits (NBA and ABA). Erving entered the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1993 with the Top 50 Players in NBA History. In 2004, he entered the Nassau County Sports Hall of Fame. Many consider him one of the greatest basketball players ever, along with Vince Carter, Michael Jordan, and Dominique Wilkins, one of the four best dunking players. The exclusive dungeon was "Tomahawk".

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