Bill Walton details the travel issues of being 6ft 11 and explains why flight attendants have the 3rd worst job in the world

Bill Walton has certainly had his share of issues that plagued his Hall of Fame basketball career. A broken back clearly hampered him, as well as foot injuries which forced him to miss several seasons.

Despite the setbacks, the 6-foot-11 Walton made the most of his time when he was on the court. He was named league MVP for the 1977-78 season. He led the Portland Trail Blazers to a title in 1977 and played a key role with the Boston Celtics in their championship season in 1986.

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