Syracuse Nationals (1948-1964), NBA
- NBA champion with the Syracuse Nationals (1955)
- 12× NBA All-Star (1951–1962)
- 6× All-NBA First Team (1952–1955, 1957–1958)
- 6× All-NBA Second Team (1950–1951, 1956, 1959–1961)
- NBA Coach of the Year (1966)
- Haggerty Award winner (1948)
Dolph Schayes was one of professional basketball's early superstars, a crack shooter and top rebounder whose career stretched from the NBA's inaugural year to basketball's emergence as a major sporting attraction. Dolph was a member of the 1955 NBA champion Syracuse Nationals and is a 12-time NBA All-Star. Dolph played his entire Hall of Fame career with the Nationals and their successor, the Philadelphia 76ers, from 1948 to 1964. In his 16-year career, he led the team into the post-season 15 times. When the Nationals moved to Philadelphia in 1963, Dolph was named player-coach. He retired as a player after the season, but stayed on as coach for three more seasons. He was named NBA Coach of the Year in 1966. Dolph was also the first coach of the Buffalo Braves for two years.