Bob Pettit was drafted by the Milwaukee Hawks in 1954 after Frank Selvy. Pettit became an all star in all 11 seasons that he played. During his tenure, he averaged 16.2 rebounds per game and 26.4 points per game. He easily reached the hall of fame.
In 1960, Pettit averaged 20.3 rebounds per game, making him one of only five players to ever break the 20 rpg barrier and in the next season, he shattered that with 31.1 points per game.