According to a website, Indiana’s Larry Bird is the best NBA player. Were they correct?

Did HoopsHype, a media outlet covering all things NBA, get it right when they just released a research featuring the top players in each state?


The choice for the title will be up to the readers to vote on.


Which Indiana basketball player is the best?

Larry Bird is the greatest NBA player from Indiana, according to HoopsHype, with Oscar Robertson and Zach Randolph coming in second and third.


Larry Bird, who is he?

The website states that although Bird was raised in French Lick, he was born in West Baden Springs, where he played basketball during his early years and high school years. After a while, he transferred to Indiana State University, where he was selected as a consensus All-American twice. In 1979, Bird won the title of National College Player of the Year and guided the Sycamores to the national championship game, where they faced Magic Johnson and Michigan State University


Bird was a 12-time All-Star, nine-time First Team All-NBAer, three-time NBA champion, two-time Finals MVP, and a Hall of Famer during his Boston Celtics tenure.


Pacers schedule for the 2023–24 NBA season for Indiana basketball



Which well-known Indiana natives play in the NBA?

Clyde Lovellette

Louie Dampier

Kemp Shawn

Glenn Robinson

Robertson Oscar

Zachary Randolph

Who, in your opinion, merits the title? Please cast your vote below. (Click here to view the poll if it does not appear below.)


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