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Basketball Hall of Fame

Class of 2000

Isiah Thomas - Led Indiana to the 1981 NCAA championship and the Detroit Pistons to NBA titles in 1989 and 1990.

Bob McAdoo - Three-time NBA scoring champion, played with seven teams and won two titles with Los Angeles Lakers.

Pat Summitt - Head coach of the Tennessee Lady Vols.

Morgan Wootten - Head coach of DeMatha High School in Hyattsville, Md.

C.M. Newton - Kentucky athletic director.

Danny Biasone - NBA pioneer.


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1999

Billie Moore - Westmoreland, Kansas, coach

Fred Zollner - Little Falls, Minnesota, contributor

John Thompson - Washington, DC, coach

Kevin McHale - Hibbing, Minnesota, player

Wayne Embry - Springfield, Ohio, contributor


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1998

Larry Bird - West Baden, Indiana, player

Lenny Wilkens - Brooklyn, New York, coach

Marques Haynes - Sand Springs, Oklahoma,player

Jody Conradt - Goldthwaite, Texas, coach

Arnie Risen - Lexington, Kentucky, player

Alex Hannum - Los Angeles, California, coach

Aleksandar Nikolic - Yugoslavia, coach



Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1997

Alex English - Columbia, S.C., player

Pete Carril - Bethlehem, Pa., coach

Don Haskins - Enid, Ok., coach

Joan Crawford - Nashville, Tenn., player

Denise Curry - Davis, Calif., player

Bailey Howell - Middleton, Tenn., player

Antonio Diaz-Miguel - Alcazar de San Juan, Ciudad Real, Spain, coach


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1996

Kresimir Cosic, deceased - Zagreb, Croatia, player

George Gervin - Detroit, Mich., player

Gail Goodrich - Los Angeles, Calif, player

Nancy Lieberman-Cline - Brooklyn, N.Y., player

David Thompson - Shelby, N.C., player

George Yardley - Hollywood, Calif., player


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1995

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - New York City, N.Y., player

Anne Donovan - Ridgewood, N.J., player

Aleksandr Gomelsky - Leningrad, Russia, coach

John Kundla - Star Junction, Pa., coach

Vern Mikkelsen - Fresno, Calif., player

Cheryl Miller - Riverside, Calif., player

Earl Strom, deceased - Pottstown, Pa., referee



Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1994

Carol Blazejowski - Elizabeth, N.J., player

Denzil "Denny" Crum - San Fernando, Calif., coach

Charles "Chuck" Daly - St. Maryís, Pa., coach

Harry "Buddy" Jeannette - New Kensington, Pa., player

Cesare Rubini - Trieste, Italy, coach


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1993

Walter "Walt" Bellamy - New Bern, N.C., player

Julius "Dr. J" Erving - Roosevelt, N.Y., player

Daniel "Dan" Issel - Batavia, Ill., player

Ann E. Meyers - San Diego, Calif., player

Richard "Dick" McGuire - New York City, N.Y., player

Calvin J. Murphy - Norwalk,Conn., player

Uljana Semjonova - Latvia, Russia, player

William "Bill" Walton - San Diego, Calif., player


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1992

Sergei Belov - Kiev, Russia, player

Louis "Lou" Carnesecca - New York City, N.Y., coach

Cornelius "Connie" Hawkins - Brooklyn, N.Y., player

Robert "Bob" Lanier - Buffalo, N.Y., player

Alfred "Al" McGuire - New York City, N.Y., coach

John "Jack" Ramsay - Philadelphia, Pa., coach

Lusia Harris-Stewart - Ruleville, Miss., player

Nera D. White - Macon County, Tenn., player

Phillip "Phil" Woolpert, deceased - Danville, Ky., coach


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1991

Nathaniel "Nate" Archibald - New York City, N.Y., player

David "Dave" Cowens - Owensboro, Ky., player

Harry J. Gallatin - Roxana, Ill., player

Robert "Bob" Knight - Massillon, Ohio, coach

Lawrence "Larry" Fleisher, deceased - New York City, N.Y., contributor

Lawrence "Larry" O'Brien, deceased - Springfield, Mass., contributor

Borislav Stankovic - Bihac, Yugoslavia, contributor


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1990

Vernon "Earl the Pearl" Monroe - Philadelphia, Pa., player

David Bing - Washington, D.C., player

Elvin E. Hayes - Rayville, La., player

Donald Neil Johnston, deceased - Chillicothe, Ohio, player


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1989

William "Pop" Gates - Decatur, Ala., player

K. C. Jones - San Francisco, Calif., player

Leonard "Lenny" Wilkens - Brooklyn, N.Y., player




Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1988

Clyde E. Lovelette - Petersburg, Ind., player

Robert "Bobby" McDermott, deceased - Queens, N.Y., player

Ralph H. Miller - Chanute, Kan., coach

Westley "Wes" Unseld - Louisville, Ky., player


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1987

Richard "Rick" Barry - Elizabeth, N.J., player

Walter Frazier - Atlanta, Ga., player

Peter "Pistol Pete" Maravich, deceased - Aliquippa, Pa., player

Robert "Bob" Houbregs - Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada, player

Robert Wanzer - New York City, N.Y., player


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1986

William "Billy" Cunningham - Brooklyn, N.Y., player

Thomas "Tom" Heinsohn - Jersey City, N.J., player

William "Red" Holzman - New York City, N.Y., coach

Zigmund "Red" Mihalik, deceased - Ford City, Pa., referee

Fred R. Taylor - Zanesville, Ohio, coach

Stanley H. Watts - Murray, Utah, coach


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1984

Alfred "Al" Cervi - Buffalo, N.Y., player

Nate Thurmond - Akron, Ohio, player

W. Harold Anderson, deceased - Akron, Ohio, coach

Marv K. Harshman - Eau Claire, Wis., coach

L. Margaret Wade - McCool, Miss., coach

Senda Berenson Abbott - Vilna, Lithuania, contributor

Bertha F. Teague - Carthage, Mo., contributor



Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1983

John Havlicek - Lansing, Ohio, player

Samuel "Sam" Jones - Laurinburg, N.C., player

James H. "Jack" Gardner - Texico, N.M., coach

Clifford "Cliff" Fagan, deceased - Mankato, Minn., contributor

Edward "Ed" Steitz, deceased - Brooklyn, N.Y., contributor



Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1982

William "Bill" Bradley - Crystal City, Mo., player

David "Dave" DeBusschere - Detroit, Mich., player

Lloyd R. Leith, deceased - San Francisco, Calif., referee

Dean E. Smith - Emporia, Kan., coach

John "Jack" Twyman - Pittsburgh, Pa., player

Louis G. Wilke, deceased - Chicago, Ill., contributor


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1981

Everett N. Case, deceased - Anderson, Ind., coach

Alva "Al" Duer, deceased - Sylvia, Kan., contributor

Clarence "Big House" Gaines - Paducah, Ky., coach

Harold "Hal" Greer - Huntington, W.Va., player

Slater N. Martin - Elmira, Texas, player

Frank V. Ramsey, Jr. - Corydon, Ky., player

Willis Reed, Jr. - Bernice, La., player




Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1980

Thomas B. Barlow, deceased - Trenton, N.J., player

Ferenc Hepp, deceased - Bekes, Hungary, contributor

J. Walter Kennedy, deceased - Stamford, Conn., contributor

Arad A. McCutchan, deceased - Evansville, Ind., coach




Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1979

Lester Harrison - Rochester, N.Y., contributor

Jerry R. Lucas - Massillon, Ohio, player

Oscar P. Robertson - Charlotte, Tenn., player

Everett F. Shelton, deceased - Cunningham, Kan., coach

J. Dallas Shirley, deceased - Washington, D.C., referee

Jerry A. West - Cabin Creek, W.Va., player



Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1978

Justin "Sam" Barry, deceased - Aberdeen, S.D., coach

Wilton "Wilt" Chamberlain - Philadelphia, Pa., player

James E. Enright, deceased - Sodus, Mich., referee

Edgar "Eddie" Hickey, deceased - Raynolds, Neb., coach

John B. McLendon, Jr. - Hiawatha, Kan., coach

Raymond "Ray" Meyer - Chicago, Ill., coach

Peter "Pete" Newell - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, coach




Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1977

Paul J. Arizin - Philadelphia, Pa., player

Joseph "Joe" Fulks, deceased - Birmingham, Ky., player

Clifford O. Hagan - Owensboro, Ky., player

John P. Nucatola - New York City, N.Y., referee

James "Jim" Pollard, deceased - Oakland, Calif., player


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1976

Elgin Baylor - Washington, D.C., player

Charles T. Cooper, deceased - Newark, Conn., player

Lauren "Laddie" Gale, deceased - Grants Pass, Ore., player

William "Skinny" Johnson, deceased - Oklahoma City, Okla., player

Frank J. McGuire, deceased - New York City, N.Y., coach



Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1975

Thomas J. Gola - Philadelphia, Pa., player

Edward "Moose" Krause, deceased - Chicago, Ill., player

Harry Litwack - Philadelphia, Pa., coach

William "Bill" Sharman - Abilene, Texas, player




Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1974

Joseph "Joe" Brennan, deceased - Brooklyn, N.Y., player

Emil S. Liston, deceased - Stockton, Mo., contributor

William "Bill" Russell - Monroe, La., player

Robert "Fuzzy" Vandivier, deceased Franklin, Ind., player




Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1973

Harry A. Fisher, deceased - New York City, N.Y., contributor

Maurice Podoloff, deceased - Elizabethgrad, Russia, contributor

Ernest J. Schmidt, deceased - Nashville, Kan., player


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1972

John Beckman, deceased - New York City, N.Y., player

Bruce Drake, deceased - Gentry, Texas, coach

Arthur C. Lonborg, deceased - Gardner, Ill., coach

Elmer H. Ripley, deceased - Staten Island, N.Y., contributor

Adolph Schayes - New York City, N.Y., player

John R. Wooden - Martinsville, Ind., coach (elected as a player in 1960)



Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1971

Edgar A. Diddle, deceased - Gradyville, Ky., coach

Robert L. Douglas, deceased - St. Kitts, British West Indies, contributor

Paul Endacott, deceased - Lawrence, Kan., player

Max Friedman, deceased - New York City, N.Y., player

Edward Gottlieb, deceased - Kiev, Russia, contributor

W. R. Clifford "Cliff" Wells, deceased - Indianapolis, Ind., contributor



Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1970

Robert "Bob" Cousy - New York City, N.Y., player

Robert "Bob" Pettit - Baton Rouge, La., player

Abraham "Abe" Saperstein, deceased - London, England, contributor





Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1969

Bernard "Ben" Carnevale. Raritan, N.J., coach

Robert E. Davies, deceased - Harrisburg, Pa., player


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1968

Arnold "Red" Auerbach - Brooklyn, N.Y., coach

Henry "Dutch" Denhart, deceased - New York City, N.Y., player

Henry "Hank" Iba, deceased - Easton, Mo., coach

Adolph F. Rupp, deceased - Halstead, Kan., coach

Charles "Chuck" Taylor, deceased - Brown County, Ind., contributor


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1967

Clair F. Bee, deceased - Grafton, W.Va., contributor

Howard G. Cann, deceased - Bridgeport, Conn., coach

Amory T. Gill, deceased - Salem, Ore., coach

Alvin "Doggie" Julian, deceased - Reading, Pa., coach


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1966

Everett S. Dean, deceased - Livonia, Ind., coach

Joe Lapchick, deceased - Yonkers, N.Y., player


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1965

Walter A. Brown, deceased - Hopkinton, Mass., contributor

Paul "Tony" Hinkle, deceased - Logansport, Ind., contributor

Howard A. Hobson, deceased - Portland, Ore., coach

William G. Mokray, deceased - Passaic, N.J., contributor



Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1964

John W. Bunn, deceased - Wellston, Ohio, contributor

Harold "Bud" Foster, deceased - Newton, Kan., player

Nat Holman, deceased - New York City, N.Y., player

Edward "Ned" Irish, deceased - Lake George, N.Y., contributor

R. William Jones, deceased - Rome, Italy, contributor

Kenneth "Ken" Loeffler, deceased - Beaver Falls, Pa., coach

John "Honey" Russell, deceased - Brooklyn, N.Y., player


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1963

New York Rens

Robert F. Gruenig, deceased - Chicago, Ill., player

William A. Reid, deceased - Detroit, Mich., contributor


Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1962

Jack McCracken, deceased - Chickasha, Okla., player

Frank Morgenweck, deceased - Egg Harbor, N.J., contributor

Harlan "Pat" Page, deceased - Chicago, Ill., player

Barney Sedran, deceased - New York City, N.Y., player

Lynn W. St. John, deceased - Union City, Pa., contributor

John "Cat" Thompson, deceased - St. George, Utah, player




Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1961

Buffalo Germans

Forrest S. DeBernardi, deceased - Nevada, Mo., player

George H. Hoyt, deceased - South Boston, Mass., referee

George E. Keogan, deceased - Detroit Lakes, Minn., coach

Robert "Bob" Kurland - St. Louis, Mo., player

Ernest C. Quigley, deceased - New Castle, New Brunswick, Canada, referee

Col. John S. Roosma, deceased - Passaic, N.J., player

Leonard D. Sachs, deceased - Chicago, Ill., coach

Arthur A. Schabinger, deceased - Sabetha, Kan., contributor

Christian Steinmetz, deceased - Milwaukee, Wis., player

David Tobey, deceased - New York City, N.Y., referee

Arthur L. Trester, deceased - Pecksburg, Ind., contributor

Edward A. Wachter, deceased - Troy, N.Y., player

David H. Walsh, deceased - Hoboken, N.J., referee

Bernhard "Bennie" Borgmann, deceased - Haledon, N.J., player

John J. O'Brien, deceased - Brooklyn, N.Y., contributor

Andy Phillip - Granite City, Ill., player

Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1960

Ernest A. Blood, deceased - Manchester, N.H., coach

Victor A. Hanson, deceased - Watertown, N.Y., player

George T. Hepbron, deceased - Still Pond, Md., referee

Frank W. Keaney, deceased - Boston, Mass., coach

Ward L. Lambert, deceased - Deadwood, S.D., coach

Edward "Ed" Macauley - St. Louis, Mo., player

Branch McCracken, deceased - Monrovia, Ind., player

Charles "Stretch" Murphy, deceased - Marion, Ind., player

Henry V. Porter, deceased - Manito, Ill., contributor

John R. Wooden - Martinsville, Ind., player (elected as a coach in 1972)



Basketball Hall of Fame
Class of 1959

The First Team Original Celtics

Dr. James Naismith, deceased - Almonte, Ontario, Canada, contributor

Oswald Tower, deceased - North Adams, Mass., contributor

Ralph Morgan, deceased - Philadelphia, Pa., contributor

John J. Schommer, deceased - Chicago, Ill., player

Forrest "Phog" Allen, deceased - Jamesport, Mo., coach

Henry Clifford Carlson, deceased - Murray City, Ohio, coach

Dr. Luther Gulick, deceased - Honolulu, Hawaii, contributor

Edward J. Hickcox, deceased - Cleveland, Ohio, contributor

Charles "Chuck" Hyatt, deceased - Syracuse, N.Y., player

Matthew "Pat" Kennedy deceased - Hoboken, N.J., referee

Angelo "Hank" Luisetti - San Francisco, Calif., player

Walter E. Meanwell, M.D., deceased - Leeds, England, coach

George L. Mikan - Joliet, Ill., player

Harold G. Olsen, deceased - Rice Lake, Wis., contributor

Amos Alonzo Stagg, deceased - West Orange, N.J., contributor

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