Robert Malcolm Graham (born February 23, 1945) is an American former professional Basketball player.
A 6'1" Guard (basketball) from New York University, Graham won two NBA chmapionships as a member of the Boston Celtics from 1967 to 1969. He scored 327 points in his career. He is currently a judge on the Massachusetts Court of Appeals.
Graham's promising career was cut short by a medical condition just as the first era of Celtic domination of the NBA was coming to an end. He retired from basketball and became a prominent jurist. His playing days ended with those of Hall of Famer, Bill Russell.
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