How could Bill Walton not be on this list?
One of the greatest Trail Blazers to ever live, it was Walton who led Portland to their only NBA Finals victory in 1977.
Though he was only a Trail Blazer for four seasons, it was his last two in Portland that would solidify his place in basketball history.
In their championship season, Walton put up monster numbers, averaging 18.6 points, 14.4 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 3.2 blocks and a steal per game. Such an all-around player has no choice but to go down in history as one of the NBA greats.
The next season (his last in Portland), Walton increased his points to 18.9, and brought his assists up to an unparalleled five per game.
What center do you know that averaged five assists, with 2.5 blocks, 13.2 rebounds, 18.9 points and a steal every game? That's insane.
Walton was a crowd favorite during his time in Portland. When he left Rip City, his numbers dropped across the board.
His jersey hangs from the rafters in the Rose Garden for all to marvel.