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    Fellow aries and my personal favorite basketball player Kareem Abdul Jabar

  • Dustin Miller

    1977: Kareem Abdul Jabbar of the Milwaukee Bucks sits on the bench against the Boston Celtics during a game played in 1977 at the Boston Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Dick Raphael/NBAE via Getty Images)

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