Was selected by the Miami Heat in the 2nd round of the 1989 NBA Draft. Haffner, a 6'3' and 180 lb point guard, played two years in the NBA, for the Heat during the 1989-90 season and for the Charlotte Hornets during the 1990-91 season
former college/NBA/ABA player/coach; played for University of Kentucky, Hawks & Chaparrals; Head Coach of Chaparrals (ABA) from 1967-70; won college & pro championships; 2X All-American; member of Naismith Hall of Fame (1978); 6X All-Star
MLB Reliever from 1961-72 for 6 teams / Also played in NBA for the Lakers. Known as 'Gomer'. Tossed the famous pitch called the 'Folly Floater'. In 1963 & 64 W.S.- one save, 3.00 ERA. Best season: 1965 w/3-1, 5 saves, 1.39 ERA/ 1968.11 saves, 2.13 ERA
Retired sports broadcaster and professional Basketball player. Played for the St. Louis Hawks 1955-56 and Rochester Royals 1955-56. Did play-by-play of University of Dayton basketball from 1965 to 1981
former college/NBA center; played for Wake Forest University & Boston Celtics; All-American; 3nd All-Time Scorer in ACC behind J.J. Redick & Tyler Hansbrough; All-Time leading rebounder ACC; member of Celtics 56-57 NBA championship team; 2X ACC PTY
Cheerleader. In the last 40 years, Krazy George has performed in front of 25 million fans. Krazy George claims to be the inventor of "the Mexican wave" on October 15, 1981 At the Oakland A's New York Yanks Play
Dan W. Hester (born November 8, 1948) is a retired professional basketball center who played one season in the American Basketball Association (ABA) as a member of the Denver Rockets and the Kentucky Colonels during the 1970-71 season.
Nebraska Men's Basketball coach, Former Iowa State Men's Basketball coach. Former NBA player with the Indiana Pacers (1995/96 - 1998/99) Chicago Bulls (1999/2000 - 2002/03) and Minnesota Timberwolves (2003/04 - 2004/05)