NBA Hall of Famer Nate Thurmond has died at age 74. The seven-time All Star died on Friday in San Francisco after a short battle with leukemia. Thurmond played for 14 seasons, with the first 11 being with the San Franciso/ Golden State Warriors.
In 1974, Thurmond became the first player to record an official quadruple double with points, rebounds, assists and blocks. Joe Lacob, President of the Warriors released a statement following Nate’s death:
“We’ve lost one of the most iconic figures in the history of not only our organization, but the NBA in general.”