Robertson is the only player in NBA history to average a triple double the entire season, as he did with the Cincinnati Royals in 1961-62.
For his 14-year career, 'The Big O' averaged 25.7 points, 9.5 assists and 7.5 rebounds.
He teamed with a young Lew Alcindor and helped lead the Milwaukee Bucks to their only NBA title in 1971.
Robertson now owns a chemical company, Orchem, in Cincinnati.
Nicknamed "Fall Back, Baby," southpaw Barnett starred on the New York Knicks' only two NBA championship teams (1970, '73) and is a professor and author.
Those same fans might be surprised to learn Attucks High School was built with funds provided by the Ku Klux Klan to keep black students out of the Indianapolis public school system.
Or that Roosevelt was built in midtown because all the other Gary high schools were predominantly white.