Edward C. "Ed" Macauley enshrined as a player in 1960
Edward C. "Ed" Macauley
Ed Macauley glided down the lanes of the NBA for easy layups and precise hook shots, frustrating many of the game's greatest big men. A phenomenal player under Hall of Fame coach Ed Hickey at St. Louis University, Macauley was everyone's All-America. "Easy Ed" started his ten-year NBA career with the St. Louis Bombers, played six seasons with the Boston Celtics, and in 1956, as a result of a trade that included the draft rights to Bill Russell, joined the St. Louis Hawks, winning a championship in 1958. In the first-ever NBA All-Star Game (1951), Macauley, a seven-time participant, scored 20 points with six rebounds and was named MVP. At age 32, Macauley became the youngest person ever enshrined into the Hall of Fame.
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