Coach dale brown

As the head basketball coach at Louisiana State University for 25 years (1972-1997), Coach Dale Brown appeared in 15 straight national tournaments and is the winningest coach in I-SU basketball history. He led teams to 17 consecutive non-losing seasons. Only four coaches have won more conference championships than Coach Brown and he has won conference Read More »

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Hakeem “The Dream” Olajuwon (known for his grace both on and off the court) was a center for  the Toronto Raptors and the Houston Rockets, where he led his team to two consecutive championships in 1994 and 1995. After emigrating from Nigeria to the U.S., Hakeem attended the University Of Houston where he and his Read More »

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In his freshman season at UCLA in 1992, Tyus Edney was named the most valuable freshman player on his team. In his sophomore Season. Edney was voted the team’s most valuable player (MVP). and he was named to the first-team All-Pacific-10 (Pac-10) Conference team. As a 3x first-team All-Pac-IO conference winner he shared the title Read More »

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As a player and coach, Henry Bibby has seen success on the biggest stages that basketball has to offer. As a First-Team All-American point guard for the UCLA Bruins, he won three consecutive NCCA Division 1 National Championships (1970, 1971 & 1972) under the legendary, Coach John Wooden. Bibby was then drafted by the New Read More »

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More abdul-jabbar memorabilia set for auction

The liquidation of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s basketball memorabilia isn’t quite over yet. After selling another large group of items from his Hall of Fame career last winter to benefit his Skyhook Foundation, Abdul-Jabbar has consigned 64 additional items to Goldin Auctions.  Most are focused on his days as a college superstar at UCLA when he was Read More »

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