by McFarlane Toys
One of the best centers in NBA history, Malone's dominance was only hampered by his career path - the three-time MVP and nine-time All-Star played for nine different teams during his 21 professional seasons. Malone was a basketball prodigy, the first high school player to jump straight to a professional league - joining the ABA's Utah Stars in 1974. Malone averaged more than 20 points per game for 11 consecutive seasons, led the league in rebounding six times and helped deliver the NBA title to Philadelphia in 1983. He was enshrined in the Pro Basketball Hall of Fame in 2001. Measures 13 inches at top of ball. Includes 6 5/8- by 4 1/8-inch hardcourt base.