NBA Alma Maters

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Jason WilliamsPlayed his first season at Marshall before transferring
Steve NashUpset #2 seeded Arizona in 1993
Michael FinleyHeld scoring title at his college for 11 years
Jarrett JackGuided his team to the NCAA Finals
Chris MullinWas named Big East POY 3 times
Stephen CurryHis school's All-Time leading scorer
Joe JohnsonTurned down scholarships from Duke and UConn to attend this SEC school
Kevin MartinFourth All-Time on his school's scoring charts
Zach RandolphPlayed with Charlie Bell and Jason Richardson
Larry BirdFaced Magic Johnson and Michigan State in the 1978-79 NCAA Championship
Jason TerryWon the 1997 NCAA Championship
T.J. FordFirst Team All American, Won Naismith Award
Nate RobinsonAlso played football at his college
Delonte WestComprised the best backcourt in college basketball in 2004
Gilbert ArenasDrafted in the Second Round of the NBA Draft
Chris PaulWon ACC Freshman of the Year as well as AP Freshman of the Year
Steve FrancisLed team to a school-high 28 wins in 1998
Chris BoshPart of one of the best draft classes ever
Paul Pierce 10th overall pick in the 1998 NBA Draft
Elgin BaylorAveraged 31.3 ppg. Member of same fraternity as Allan Houston and Wilt Chamberlain
Courtney LeeFinished college tied for All-Time leading scorer for his college
Adam MorrisonRival of JJ Redick
Ben GordonLed the 2004 National Championship Team
Wilt ChamberlainHis number 13 was retired at his college
Tom GolaWas listed as the 17th greatest college basketball player ever by ESPN
PlayerCollegeInfo
Quentin RichardsonWon Conference USA Freshman of the Year as well as Freshman of the Year
Eddie GriffinAveraged a double-double and 4.4 blocks in his freshman season
Pete MaravichHad 50 points, 14 rebounds, and 11 assists in first college game
Allan HoustonMember of the same fraternity as Wilt Chamberlain
Jason KiddHad his number 5 retired at his college
Bill RussellHas the most championship rings in NBA history
Oscar RobertsonAveraged 33.8 ppg in college.
Bill WaltonWon the James E. Sullivan Award for top amateur athlete in 1973.
Jerry WestCo-captain with Oscar Robertson for gold medal winning US Basketball Team
James HardenDrafted 3rd overall in the 2009 NBA Draft
Charles BarkleyPlayed Center in college despite being only 6'4'
Josh ChildressPlays for Olympiakos in Greece currently
Jalen RoseMember of the Big 5
Reggie MillerSecond All-Time in scoring at his college
Isaiah ThomasCoached by Bob Knight, led his team to win the National Championship
Allen Iverson All-Time leading scoring average at 23.0 ppg for his school
D.J. AugustinWon the Bob Cousy Award (Best College Point Guard in the Country)
Brian CookWon Big Ten player of the Year and led his team to a 1 seed in the 2001 NCAA Tournament
James WorthyWas Co-player of the year with Ralph Sampson
Troy MurphyFirst Team All-American for two years
Shane BattierWon Player of the Year and the National Championship in 2001. Had his jersey retired
Jamal CrawfordSuspended 6 games in his freshman season for violating NCAA policy
Deron WilliamsPart of the 3-guard lineup alongside Dee Brown and Luther Head that lead his team to a nearly undefeated season
Gerald WallaceLeft school after one year and was drafted in the first round of the 2001 NBA Draft
OJ MayoOriginally committed to Kansas State

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