basketball. indiana university. capt. 59-60. balfour award winner. st louis hawks 2nd rd pick 1960. 1961-1962 phil warriors. 37 plus 2 playoff games of nba immortality. 3 years as a head coach at georgia southern.
former college/NBA guard/forward; played for University of Kentucky & Boston Celtics; 7X NBA champion; member of Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame; All-American; member of Kentucky 1951 NCAA national championship team; coached Kentucky Colonials (ABA)
Center/Forward for the Detroit Pistons(1995-1997/2007). Previously played with the Philadelphia 76ers (1997-2001) Atlanta Hawks (2001-2004) Portland Trail Blazers (2004-2006) Boston Celtics (2006-2007) Minnesota TimberWolves (2007). Attended Wyoming
former Duke University shooting guard; also played for Magic, Bucks, Clippers and 76ers; currently plays for New Orleans Pelicans; 2X All - ACC POY; McDonald's All - American; 2X All - American; National College Player of the Year (2006)
A retired American basketball player and coach. Rhodes played in the NBA for the Indianapolis Olympians.During the inaugural season of the American Basketball Association the Kentucky Colonels started out with a record of 5-12, which led to the firing of
former college/NBA guard/forward; played for UNLV, Timberwolves, Trailblazers, Lakers, Hawks & Nuggets; All-American; member of Lakers 2000-01 NBA Championship team; 1994 NBA Slam Dunk champion; #5 pick overall 1993 NBA Draft
former college/NBA center/forward; played for University of Kentucky, Indiana Pacers, Boston Celtics & Phoenix Suns; member of Kentucky's 77-78 NCAA Championship team; member of Celtics 80-81 NBA Championship team; scored 3,723 career points
Professional basketball player for the Phoenix Mercury of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). Before signing with the Storm in 2014, she was drafted number 20 overall in the 2010 WNBA Draft
former college/NBA shooting guard; played for Purdue University, Bucks, 76ers, Spurs and Hawks; #1 overall pick 1994 NBA Draft; member of Spurs 2005 NBA championship team; 1991 Indiana Mr. Basketball; 2X All-Star; 1991 McDonalds All-American
Former NBA Player; College: Michigan (dunk National Championship winning free throws); Professional: Atlanta Hawks, New Jersey Nets, Charlotte Hornets, Portland Trail Blazers, Los Angeles Lakes, Phoenix Suns
Current Assistant Coach for the Detroit Pistons. Former Assistant coach for the NJ Nets, & Boston Celtics. NBA career 1996/97 - 1999/2000) Grizzlies, Celtics, Raptors, & Nuggets. Attended Alabama. 1st round draft pick 22nd overall in 1996
Award-winning broadcaster, and an inductee into the Rhode Island Radio Hall of Fame. He currently serves in several broadcast capacities, including 27 years as the play-by-play voice for Providence Friars men's basketball
former college/NBA forward; played for University of North Carolina & Philadelphia Warriors; All-American; first collegian to be named NCAA National Player of the Year, ACC Player of the Year, ACC Tournament MVP, and NCAA regional MVP in the same season
An American NBA forward with the Fort Wayne Pistons. He played collegiate basketball for the Notre Dame men's basketball team, where he averaged 16.4 points per game over his career. Rosenthal also played baseball at Notre Dame in 1952 and 1953.
Basketball player at arizona University 1963-1965. Drafted by San Francisco Warriors, 4th round 1965. Now a 'big-wig' in the buisness world. He is the creator of the seminar 'Public Policy and the Private Sector.'