Chet Walker was drafted by the Syracuse Nationals and was named to the NBA's first All-Rookie Team in 1963. He followed the team to Philadelphia after his rookie season. He was a 7 time NBA All-Star Game. Walker played his final six seasons with the Chicago Bulls, and never averaged less than 19.2 points and 5.0 rebounds a game. In his 13-year career, Walker scored a total of 18,831 points. The 66 forward was an outstanding free-throw shooter, especially in his later years with the Bulls. He led the NBA with an accuracy rate of 85.9 percent in 197071, and ranked among the top-10 free-throwers five other times. Walker's speed and agility on the court earned him the nickname "Chet the Jet." Chet Walker has hand autographed this Spalding Indoor/Outdoor Basketball with "The Jet" and 67 NBA Champs inscriptions. Schwartz Sports Hologram and Certificate of Authenticity.
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