No. 00 — Jim Otto
Honorable Mention: Robert Parrish, NBA
The Raiders have a strong line of Hall of Fame talent that have donned the Silver & Black. Otto spent the entirety of his 15-year career in Oakland, serving as protection for all-time great Raider quarterbacks including Daryle Lamonica and Tom Flores. In addition to being a member of the AFL All-Time Team, Otto’s sustained greatness at the professional level earned him a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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No. 0 — Russell Westbrook
Honorable Mention: Gilbert Arenas, NBA
The most athletic point guard the league has seen, Westbrook is an absolute dynamo on the court. Westbrook’s talent has always been evident, but he was truly unleashed after Kevin Durant’s departure from Oklahoma City. As the lead man for the first time in his career, Westbrook finished the 2017 season averaging a triple-double – the first player to do so since Oscar Robertson (more on him in a minute). Anytime Russ has the ball in his hands, something electric can happen.
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