former high school phenom/former NBA guard; played for Abraham Lincoln HS, Trailblazers, Suns, Raptors, Clippers, Thunder, Timberwolves, Celtics and Cavs; HS All - American; Mr. Basketball New York/USA; #13 overall pick 2004 NBA Draft
former college/NBA/ABA guard/forward; played for University of Cincinnati, Boston Celtics, Indiana Pacers & Cincinnati Royals; 2X NCAA National Champion; 1X NBA Champion; former CBA Coach for Pittsburgh Xplosion
former college/NBA guard; played at UNLV, Kings, Bulls, Hawks, Magic and Nets; 2X All - Star; coached at Cal - State, NM State, Kings, Louisville (assistant), and T - Wolves (assistant); currently coaching at Bethune - Cookman University
Basketball - University of Kentucky Wildcat.Played with the Los Angeles Lakers during the 1990-91 NBA season, appearing in 26 games, averaging 1.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game. Since 2001, he has been a scout for the Lakers
Played for the Princeton Tigers. He was selected with the 96th pick of the 1969 NBA Draft by the New York Knicks. Thomforde did not sign with the team until September 1, 1973. Thomforde was waived on September 19 of the same year. He was on the cover of S
former college/NBA forward/center; played for University of Minnesota, Lakers, Trailblazers & Spurs; 2X NBA Champion; member of 1979 NBA All-Rookie Team; #1 pick in the 1978 NBA Draft; first foreign-born player to be selected #1; 2X All-American
Stevie Thompson was a explosive leaper and high scoring forward and guard, who was an integral part of Syracuse's dominating teams of the late 80's. Though listed at 6'4', Thompson was really closer to 6'2'
former college/NBA guard; played for West Virgina University, Washington Bullets, St. Louis Hawks, Seattle Supersonics & Detroit Pistons; 2X All-American; General Manager of Chicago Bulls & New Jersey Nets; worked in NBA Front Office; coached in ABA & NBA
Played at MSU under Coach Izzo from 2012-17. He reached two Final Fours & won three Big Ten Championships. Austin played professionally in Switzerland, Australia & Hungary. He's the current team's video coordinator
An American basketball player, Thornton was born in Louisville, Kentucky and played basketball at Male High School there. He then played college basketball at Kentucky Wesleyan College. Thornton was selected in the 1968 NBA draft in the fourth round
Wayne Tinkle (born January 16, 1966) is an American college basketball coach. He is currently the head men's basketball coach at Oregon State University.  Before coming to Oregon State University he was the Head coach at Montana for 8 seasons.
former college/NBA forward; played for University of Michigan, San Diego/Houston Rockets; 5X All-Star; #2 overall pick 1970 NBA Draft; 2X World Championship coach; coached Lakers & Rockets; current Lakers scout
Former NBA player, Knicks, Bulls & Spurs; played collegiately at University of Minnesota; #6 pick overall 1982 NBA Draft; member of Bulls 1993 NBA championship team. The NBA adopted their tenths of a second system after a Tucker three point shot
Myles Christian Turner is an American professional basketball player for the Indiana Pacers of the National Basketball Association.
Education: University of Texas at Austin (2014?2015)
NBA draft: 2015, Indiana Pacers (Round: 1 / Pick: 11)
Former PG for The University of Kentucky. Played in 3 NCAA Championship Games and Won 2. Had short stints with the Boston Celtics and Harlem Globetrotters. Currently serving as an assistant at the University of Kntucky
former college/NBA/ABA; played for Old Dominion University, Virginia Squires & Portland Trailblazers; 1X ABA All-Star; member of Trailblazers 1976-77 World Championship team; former Pacers assistant coach; current Orlando Magic vice president;
former college/NBA forward; played for University of Cincinnati, Rochester Royals; first NBA player to average more than 30 points per game in a single season; 6X NBA All-Star; member of Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame 1983; former broadcaster