Rick Barry was one of the biggest basketball stars in the world in the mid-1960s, playing for the San Francisco Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). In 1967, he shocked the sports world by signing with the Oakland Oaks of the upstart American Basketball Association (ABA). A court order prevented him from playing in the league's first season. He joined the team in 1968 and helped them capture the ABA Championship in 1969. Nicknamed the "Miami Greyhound," his many accolades in the ABA included four ABA All-Star Game appearances.
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