former college/NBA center; played for Oregon State University, Bullets, Suns, Celtics, Jazz, Lakers & 76ers; won gold medal in 1964 Summer Olympics; 2X NBA Champion; second team All-American 1964; #7 pick overall 1964 NBA Draft
Former professional basketball player. He played college basketball for Saint Joseph's University, where as a senior in 1963?64 he was co-awarded the Robert V. Geasey Trophy as the Philadelphia Big 5's best player.
former college/NBA center; played for Florida State University, Celtics & Bucks; 2X NBA Champion; 7X All-Star; 1971 NBA ROY; 1973 NBA MVP; coached Celtics, Hornets & Warriors; former WNBA Head Coach (Chicago Sky); current Pistons front office employee
former college basketball head coach/assistant; assistant coach at UCLA under John Wooden; Head Coach at Louisville from 1971-2001; won two NCAA titles as head coach; won three as an assistant; member of Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame
Alfonso ('Al') Angel Cueto (born August 2, 1946) is a Cuban-born former professional basketball player.
A 6'7' center, Cueto attended Coral Gables High School in Florida and the University of Tulsa. He was selected by the Seattle SuperSonics in the tent
Former basketball player. oregon state u, and purdue class of '01) gary stelheads (cba '01-02), rochford lighning (cba '02-'03,'04-'05), brevard blue ducks (usbl '03-'04), also played pro ball in estonia, and australia
former college basketball player; played for UCLA; 3X All-American; led UCLA to a AIAW National Championship in 1978; current assistant at Cal State Long Beach; member of Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame
Alfredo Rodrigues da Motta (born January 12, 1921) was a Brazilian basketball player, who competed in the 1948 Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom. There he won the bronze medal with the men's national team. Born in Rio de Janeiro
Former college/NBA All-American/forward; played for Notre Dame, Pacers, Braves, Jazz, Lakers, Mavericks, Pistons & Bucks; 6X all-star, 1977 NBA ROY & 1976 Olympic Gold medalist, Basketball Hall of Famer
former college/NBA guard/assistant & Head Coach; played for University of Dayton, Hawks, Blazers, Pacers and Cavs; former Magic, 76ers and Grizzles Head Coach; Lakers, Hawks, Clippers, Raptors, Nets, TWolves, Pacers & TBlazers assistant coach
former college/NBA player; played for Duke University, Spurs, 76ers and Pistons; #2 all - time scorer in Duke history, #10 overall selection in 1986 NBA draft; former assistant coach at Duke University; former Stanford HC, current UCF Head BB Coach
NBA H.O.F. (1983) from 1963-74 for Pistons, Knicks. 8x All-Star, 6x All-Defender, 68-69 All-NBA, 62 All-Rookie, 2x Championships. Later became a GM. MLB pitcher from 1962 & 63 for White Sox. Career stats: 3-4, 2.90 ERA. 85 hits allowed in 102 1/3 IP
Guard for the Charlotte Hornets (1996-1997), Golden State Warriors (1997-1999), Sacramento Kings (1999-2000), Phoenix Suns (2000-2002), Boston Celtics (2002-2003), Dallas Mavericks (2003-2004), Atlanta Hawks (2004-2006), and the Detroit Pistons (2006)