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Last great games: Dr. J, Nash, Barkley, Wilt, Walt & Robinson

The return of one of our most popular series looking at the last great game from all-time great NBA players. Today we'll look at the last great games from: Julius Erving Steve Nash Charles Barkley Wilt Chamberlain Walt Frazier David Robinson Highlights include: Julius Erving surpassing 30,000 points in his seventh-to-last game ever, the ragtag Philadelphia 76ers around him and Erving's retirement tour. Steve Nash turning back the clock for a 30 point, 10 assist game during the final run with the Phoenix Suns, beating Kevin Johnson's franchise record for assists and the youth movement around Nash. Charles Barkley's huge 1999 playoff game (30 points, 23 rebounds), the uneasy relationship between Barkley and Scottie Pippen, Barkley's tumultuous run in Houston and his final game ever. Wilt Chamberlain dropping 41 points, 23 rebounds against the Cincinnati Royals in Ohama, Nebraska, Wilt's up and down Los Angeles Lakers career, finishing his career in the most Wilt-way possible and finally turning the corner and winning a title in Los Angeles. Walt Frazier's bizarre run as a Cleveland Cavalier but a great throwback performance as he scores 21 points, Frazier's lack of sendoff and a literal and figurative limp to the end of his career. David Robinson going out in style with a 13 point, 17 rebound performance in a NBA Finals clinching Game 6 against Jason Kidd and the New Jersey Nets. Archives & Subscribe Over and Back Classic NBA Podcast Archives: Subscribe to Over and Back on iTunes: Subscribe to Over and Back on Stitcher: Subscribe to Over and Back on Google Podcasts: Subscribe to Over and Back on YouTube: Subscribe to Over and Back on Spotify: Follow Over and Back on Twitter: Thanks for listening, downloading, subscribing and supporting!
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