José Pamplona Lecuanda (born February 6, 1911) was a Mexican basketball player. He competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics.
Born in San Luis Potosí, Pamplona was part of the Mexican basketball team that won the bronze medal
Athletics Director at the University of Texas (2013-?); Athletics Director at Arizona State University (2012-2013); Portland Trail Blazers President (2003-2007); Portland Trail Blazers General Manager (2006-2007)
American retired basketball player, and a current television analyst with the Minnesota Timberwolves. From 2009 to 2017 he served as an assistant coach and later associate head coach for the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA
former college basketball player; played at University of North Carolina; member of UNC 1982 NCAA Championship team; former Head Coach at University of Tennessee, Coastal Carolina, Tulsa & Appalachian State; current Head Coach at UNC Wilmington
former college/NBA guard/forward; played for Villanova University & Kings; member of Villanova 1985 NCAA championship team; #7 pick overall 1986 NBA draft; first player in Big East history to record a triple-double