Jackie Robinson is shown in his UCLA basketball uniform. Robinson played basketball, baseball, football and participated in track and field while attending UCLA from 1939-1941.
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Walt Hazzard dribbles past a Duke player at the 1964 Final Four. Hazzard and guard Gail Goodrich led the Bruins to an undefeated national title campaign in 1964.
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Alcindor (later known as Kareem Abdul Jabbar) walks up the court during the freshman team's 1965 win over the varsity. Alcindor was twice named College Basketball's Player of the Year by the U.S. Basketball Writers' Association.
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Lew Alcindor (33) huddles with the freshmen team during a 1965 game -- the first ever at the new Pauley Pavilion -- against the UCLA varsity. Alcindor scored 31 points and nabbed 21 rebounds to lead the freshmen to a 75-60 win over the varsity in the game.
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UCLA Starting Five
Lew Alcindor dribbles a ball while teammates (L-R) Mike Warren, Mike Lynn, Edgar Lacey and Don Saffer pose next to him. Abdul-Jabbar won three titles while at UCLA.
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Alcindor grabs a rebound in the 1967 Final Four against Dayton.
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Alcindor takes a hook shot in a 1968 game against Houston at the Astrodome -- college basketball's "Game of the Century." Alcindor was recovering from a scratched left cornea and held to just 15 points in the game, one of just two losses during his entire UCLA career.
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John Wooden, Sidney Wicks, Curtis Rowe and Steve Petterson
John Wooden poses with players Sidney Wicks, Curtis Rowe and Steve Petterson. Considered by many to be the greatest college basketball coach ever, the Wizard of Westwood won 10 national championships in 28 years at UCLA. He is one three people to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame as both a player and a coach.
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Walton is introduced onto the court before a Final Four game against Louisville.
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Henry Bibby and Tom Scott
A happy Henry Bibby (left) accepts the 1972 NCAA championship trophy from Tom Scott, chairman of the NCAA tournament committee. The title was UCLA's sixth in a string of seven straight and one of 10 for John Wooden.
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Swen Nater, John Wooden and Bill Walton
John Wooden is dwarfed by Bill Walton (right) and Swen Nater. Both Nater and Walton were members of some of the UCLA teams that won a record 88 straight games from 1970-1974.
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Wooden coaches his team during a 1972 game against Florida State.
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Bill Walton, John Wooden and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
John Wooden is dwarfed by former UCLA basketball stars Bill Walton (left) and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (right) in this 1980 photo. Abdul-Jabbar -- who went by Lew Alcindor while at UCLA -- is the school's all-time leader in points per game while Walton is the Bruins' all-time leader in rebounds.
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Reggie Miller is incredulous with a call during a 1984 road game at DePaul. Miller is third all-time leading scorer at UCLA.
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Tracy Murray and Jim Harrick
Tracy Murray has it out with coach Jim Harrick during a 1991 game. Murray averaged 18.3 points, 6.4 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 98 games at UCLA.
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Jim Harrick and Don MacLean
Former UCLA coach Jim Harrick talks with Don MacLean -- the Bruins' all-time leader in total points -- during a 1992 game. Harrick, who led the school to the national title in 1994-95, was fired shortly before the start of the 1996-97 season for lying to university investigators about a recruiting dinner.
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Charles (far left) and Ed O'Bannon (far right) stand with their parents, Madeline and Ed Sr., in this 1994 photo. Both Ed and Charles were a part of the Bruins' 1995 national championship team.
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Travis Reed, Rico Hines, Earl Watson, Steve Lavin, Baron Davis, Billy Knight and Todd Ramasar
Former UCLA head coach Steve Lavin (center) poses with freshmen (L-R) Travis Reed, Rico Hines, Earl Watson, Baron Davis, Billy Knight and Todd Ramasar during the Bruins' 1997 Media Day. Lavin, who was head coach at UCLA from 1996-2003, led the 1997 Bruins to the Sweet 16.
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Kareem Abdul Jabbar
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar poses with video of himself during his UCLA days playing behind him. Along with being UCLA's career leader in points per game, Abdul-Jabbar is second all-time in total rebounds and rebounds per game.
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JaRon Rush, the older brother of former NBA player Kareem and Golden State Warrior Brandon, practices alone on a playground in this 1999 photo.
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Dan Gadzuric dunks in a 2000 game against Kansas at Madison Square Garden. Gadzuric is the 33rd all-time leading scorer at UCLA.
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Current Los Angeles Lakers forward Matt Barnes dunks in a 2001 game against Arizona.
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Richard Mbah a Moute
Luc Richard Mbah a Moute stretches on the court before a 2007 game at Oregon. Mbah a Moute, now with the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks, started in three straight Final Four's for the Bruins.
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Kevin Love and Darren Collison
Kevin Love sets a pick for Darren Collison (2) during the 2008 NCAA tournament. The 2007-2008 squad -- which also featured Russell Westbrook and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute -- was the third straight UCLA team to qualify for and lose in the Final Four, dropping the national semifinal to Derrick Rose and Memphis.
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Kevin Love and Russell Westbrook
Kevin Love and Russell Westbrook get set to check-in to a game at Arizona. Just a freshman, Love was named the Pac-10 player of the year in 2008 while Westbrook, a sophomore, was the conference's Defensive Player of the Year.
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