Bill Bradley: A three-term U.S. Senator from New Jersey after his retirement, Bradley was a gold-medal winning Olympian (1964) and Rhodes Scholar before joining the Knicks in 1967. The Knicks won their only two NBA titles (1970-72) with Bradley, a Princeton grad, at forward. Of course he had a little help from Walt Frazier, Willis Reed and Dave DeBusschere. The Pro Basketball Hall of Famer scored 9,217 points in 742 NBA games (12.4 PPG). Among athletic Ivy Leaguers, he joins Ted Kennedy (Harvard freshman football), George H.W. Bush (Yale baseball) and George W. Bush (Yale cheerleader) who later went pro in Washington.