Bill Walton Autographs
William Theodore “Bill” Walton III was a retired television sportscaster and basketball player who was born on the 5th of November 1952. Known as “Big Red-Head,” Walton has achieved superstardom when he played for the UCLA Bruins, the powerhouse of John Wooden way back in early 1970s. This was when he won three consecutive College Player of the Year Award. That marked the start of his bright NBA career although it was hampered by Walton's multiple foot injuries. Same with John Stockton , Walton was also elected on the 10th of May 1993 to the Basketball Hall of Fame and in the same year also, to the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame. Walton is also the proud father of Los Angeles Lakers' current forward, Luke Walton. Born in La Mesa in California, Walton was the son of William Theodore “Ted” Walton and Gloria Anne. Although he was listed to be standing at 6 feet and 11 inches, it was actually reported that his height is really 7 feet and 2 inches or maybe even taller but he does not really want to be categorized as someone who is seven feet. Same with Chauncey Billups , Walton definitely had amassed a lot of awards such. So, for the followers of Walton, may you be a young or old fan, now is the time to get all of is collectibles and signed memorabilia for very affordable prices. Get also those from Lamar Odom . The typical misspellings of his name include Billy Walton, Bil Walton, Bihl Walton, Bill Wallton, Bill Waltton, Bill Walthon and Bill Waltonn. About Bill Walton: Bill Walton (full name: William Theodore Walton III; Bill) played Center-Forward from 1975 until 1987 for the Portland Trail Blazers, San Diego Clippers, Los Angeles Clippers and Boston Celtics. Over 10 seasons, he played 468 games, scored 6215 points (13.3 ppg) and grabbed 4923 rebounds (10.5 rpg). Walton also dished out 1590 assists (3.4 apg), made 380 steals (0.8 spg), and blocked 1034 shots (2.2 bpg) during his career. Born in La Mesa, California on November 5, 1952, Walton stands 6-11 and weighs 210 lbs. He attended high school at Helix in La Mesa, California and college at University of California, Los Angeles. He was drafted by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 1st round (1st pick, 1st overall) of the 1974 NBA draft. He was inducted into Hall of Fame as Player in 1993. Common misspellings: Memorabillia, Memrobilia, memoribilia, Collectables, Memorabila, Singed, Collectable, Memorabelia Our wide assortment of authentic autographed Bill Walton memorabilia includes: frames, Bill Walton autographs, signatures, collages with frame, photomints, display cases, balls, coins, inscriptions, and other Bill Walton signed memorabilia. You can also browse Bill Walton autographed memorabilia such as a Bill Walton autograph, pic, inscription, trading card, hand signed collage, Olympic collectible, coin with autograph, inscribed ball and signature photomint, among other signed Bill Walton memorabilia. Info on Bill Walton Jerseys, Gear & Collectibles: Our online store carries jackets, MVP 16X20 photos, pictures, official clothing, sale gifts, replica banners, sweatshirts, caps, t-shirts, hats, and licensed apparel, whether it's unsigned, signed or game-used. Also find an authentic t-shirt, picture, jacket, jersey, ball, hat, display case, blanket, 8X10 photo, gift, sweatshirt or cap. Browse Bill Walton memorabilia values, jerseys, prices, signings, pics & stats from 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 & 2008. Searching for the perfect Bill Walton gifts for that special sports fan? Whether you are trying to choose an item for a holiday such as Christmas or you need a birthday present, our gift certificates make the perfect gift idea. Our gift cards take all the pressure out of finding the perfect present for friends or loved ones. Let your loved ones choose their favorite Bill Walton memorabilia and sports collectibles so you don't have to.