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When you get serious about looking at the Pluto never forget 1930 2006 vintage shirt data, some of those old-timers hold up, and some don’t. Oscar is, if anything, underrated by most today – the first truly ultra-effective floor general (no, not Cousy), and someone who could have just been teleported into any era and been a superstar. And Maravich just wasn’t anything like that. For Maravich, having a college coach as a father allowed him to cultivate a beautiful set of skills at a young age…but it also cemented a mindset that was destined to lose and didn’t require a defender as strong as Jordan to stymy.