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College Basketball Hall of Fame

National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame
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Established 2006
Location Kansas City, Missouri
Website http://collegebasketballexperience.com/halloffame.aspx

The National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, located in Kansas City, Missouri, is a hall of fame and museum dedicated to men's college basketball.[1] The museum is an integral portion of the College Basketball Experience created by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), located at the Sprint Center. The hall is meant as a complement to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, with a focus strictly on those who have contributed greatly to college basketball.

On November 17, 2006 the NABC honored around 180 players, coaches and other notable contributors to college basketball by inducting them into the founding class of the Hall of Fame. Oscar Robertson, Bill Russell, Dean Smith, John Wooden and the family of Dr. James Naismith, were selected to represent the inaugural class.[2]

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts has indicated it will help with the exhibits. The other interactive portions of the College Basketball Experience are called 'The Entry Experience,' 'The Fan Experience,' and 'The Game.' The NABC recently renamed the Guardians Classic college tournament the CBE Classic to help promote it.

Inductees

Year Coaches Players Contributors
2006 Phog Allen, W. Harold Anderson, Sam Barry, Ernest Blood, Jim Boeheim, Larry Brown, Jim Calhoun, Howard G. Cann, Clifford Carlson, Lou Carnesecca, Ben Carnevale, Pete Carril, Everett N. Case, John Chaney, Denny Crum, Chuck Daly, Everett Dean, Edgar Diddle, Bruce Drake, Clarence Gaines, Jack Gardner, Amory Gill, Marv Harshman, Don Haskins, Edgar Hickey, Howard Hobson, Henry P. Iba, Alvin Julian, Frank Keaney, George Keogan, Bob Knight, Mike Krzyzewski, John Kundla, Ward Lambert, Ken Loeffler, Arthur C. Lonborg, Pete Newell, Arad McCutchan, Al McGuire, Frank McGuire, John McLendon, Walter Meanwell, Ray Meyer, Ralph Miller, Lute Olson, Jack Ramsay, Adolph Rupp, Leonard Sachs, Everett Shelton, Dean Smith, Fred R. Taylor, John Thompson, Stan Watts, Roy Williams, John Wooden, Phil Woolpert Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Nathaniel Archibald, Paul Arizin, Richard F. Barry, Charles Barkley, Elgin Baylor, Walt Bellamy, David Bing, Larry Bird, William W. Bradley, Wilt Chamberlain, Krešimir Ćosić, Robert J. Cousy, Dave Cowens, Billy Cunningham, Bob Davies, Forrest DeBernardi, David DeBusschere, Clyde Drexler, Joe Dumars, Paul Endacott, Alex English, Julius W. Erving, Harold E. Foster, Walter Frazier, Joseph F. Fulks, Harry Gallatin, George Gervin, Thomas J. Gola, Gail Goodrich, Hal Greer, Cliff Hagan, Vic Hanson, John Havlicek, Elvin Hayes, Marques Haynes, Thomas Heinsohn, Bob Houbregs, Bailey Howell, Chuck Hyatt, Daniel Issel, Buddy Jeannette, Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Skinny Johnson, Donald Neil Johnston, K. C. Jones, Sam Jones, Edward Krause, Bob Kurland, Robert Lanier, Clyde Lovellette, Jerry Lucas, Angelo Luisetti, Bob McAdoo, Branch McCracken, Jack McCracken, Kevin McHale, Ed Macauley, Pete Maravich, Slater N. Martin, Dick McGuire, George Mikan, Vern Mikkelsen, Earl Monroe, Calvin Murphy, Stretch Murphy, Harlan Page, Robert Parish, Bob Pettit, Andy Phillip, Jim Pollard, Frank Ramsey, Willis Reed, Arnie Risen, Oscar Robertson, John Roosma, Bill Russell, Adolph Schayes, Ernest J. Schmidt, John J. Schommer, Barney Sedran, Bill Sharman, Christian Steinmetz, Maurice Stokes, Isiah Thomas, David Thompson, John "Cat" Thompson, Nate Thurmond, Jack Twyman, Wes Unseld, Robert P. Vandivier, Bill Walton, Bobby Wanzer, Jerry West, Dominique Wilkins, Lenny Wilkens, John R. Wooden, James Worthy, George Yardley Clair Bee, Hubie Brown, John W. Bunn, Alva Duer, Wayne Embry, Harry A. Fisher, Dave Gavitt, Edward J. Hickox, Paul Hinkle, Emil S. Liston, Ralph Morgan, Dr. James Naismith, C. M. Newton, John J. O'Brien, Harold Olsen, Arthur A. Schabinger, Lynn St. John, Edward S. Steitz, W.R. Clifford Wells
2007 Guy Lewis, Norm Stewart, Lefty Driesell Austin Carr, Dick Groat, Dick Barnett Vic Bubas
2008 Jim Phelan, Nolan Richardson Arnie Ferrin, Danny Manning Billy Packer, Dick Vitale
2009 Gene Bartow, Jud Heathcote Travis Grant, Wayman Tisdale Walter Byers, Bill Wall
2010[3] Tex Winter, Davey Whitney Christian Laettner, Sidney Wicks Wayne Duke, Tom Jernstedt
2011[4] Eddie Sutton Ralph Sampson, Cazzie Russell, Chris Mullin Joe Vancisin, Eddie Einhorn
2012[5] Joe B. Hall, Dave Robbins Patrick Ewing, Phil Ford, Kenny Sailors Joe Dean, Jim Host

Each year several founding class members are honored at the induction ceremony:
• Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was honored in 2007
• Charles Barkley was honored in 2008
• Larry Bird and Magic Johnson were honored in 2009
• Jerry West and David Thompson were honored in 2010
• Bob Knight and James Worthy were honored in 2011
• Clyde Lovellette, Willis Reed and Earl Monroe were honored in 2012

See also

References

External links

  • CBE Hall of Fame website
  • Voices of Oklahoma oral history project.

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