Robinson wins NBA Most Valuable Player honors

June 1995
Jet;6/12/95, Vol. 88 Issue 5, p49
Reports that San Antonio Spurs center David Robinson has captured the National Basketball Association's (NBA) 1995 Most Valuable Player award. Shaquille O'Neal as the second-place finisher; Other awards won by Robinson in the NBA.


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