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POSZUKUJEMY CHĘTNYCH DO REDAGOWANIA SERWISU - PRZYŁACZ SIE DO NAS

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Alabama

Derrick McKey (1987), Robert Horry (1992), Latrell Sprewell (1992), Antonio McDyess (1995), Jason Caffey (1995), Gerald Walace (2001).

Arizona

Steve Kerr (1988), Sean Elliott (1989), Jud Buechler (1990), Brian Williams (1991), Chris Mills (1993), Damon Stoudamire (1995), Mike Bibby (1998), Michael Dickerson (1998), Jason Terry (1999), Richard Jefferson (2001), Gilbert Arenas (2001), Luke Walton (2003), Andre Iguodala (2004),Salim Stoudamire, Channing Frye (2005), Hassan Adams (2006).

Arizona State

Byron Scott (1983), Isaac Austin (1991), Eddie House (2000), Ike Diogu (2005) .

Arkansas

Alvin Robertson (1984), Joe Kleine (1985), Todd Day, Oliver Miller (1992), Corliss Williamson (1995), Joe Johnson (2001), Ronnie Brewer (2006).

Arkansas LR

Derek Fisher (1996).

Auburn

Charles Barkley (1984), Chuck Person(1986), Chris Morris (1988), Wesley Person (1994).

Ball State

Bonzi Wells (1998).

Baylor

Vinnie Johnson (1979), Terry Teagle (1982), David Wesley (1992), Brian Skinner (1998).

Boston College

Michael Adams (1985), Dana Barros (1989), Howard Eisley (1994).

Bowling Green

Antonio Daniels (1997).

Bradley

Hersey Hawkins (1988), Patrick O'Bryant (2006).

Brigham Young

Danny Ainge (1981), Shawn Bradley (1993), Rafael Araujo (2004).

BYU

Shawn Bradley (1994).

California

Kevin Johnson (1987), Jason Kidd (1994), Shareef Abdur-Rahim (1996), Sean Marks (1998).

Centenary

Robert Parish (1976).

Central Arkansas

Scottie Pippen (1987).

Central Michigan

Dan Majerle (1988).

Cincinnati

Oscar Robertson (1960), Corie Blount (1993), Nick Van Exel (1993), Danny Fortson (1997), Kenyon Martin (2000), DerMarr Johnson (2000), Jason Maxiell (2005).

Clemson

Tree Rollins (1977), Larry Nance (1981), Horace Grant (1987), Elden Campbell (1990), Dale Davis (1991).

Colorado

Chauncey Billups (1997), David Harrison (2004).

Connecticut

Cliff Robinson (1989), Scott Burrell (1993), Donyell Marshall (1994), Travis Knight (1996), Ray Allen (1996), Richard Hamilton (1999), Caron Butler (2002) , Emeka Okafor, Ben Gordon (2004), Charlie Villanueva (2005), Rudy Gay, Marcus Williams, Josh Boone (2006).

Creighton

Paul Silas (1964), Benoit Benjamin (1985), Rodney Buford (1999).

Dayton

Jim Paxson (1979).

DePaul

Mark Aguirre (1981), Terry Cummings (1982), Rod Strickland (1988).

Drexel

Malik Rose (1996).

Duke

Danny Ferry (1989), Christian Laettner (1992), Bobby Hurley (1993), Grant Hill (1994), Cherokee Parks (1995), Elton Brand (1999), Corey Maggette, William Avery (1999), Shane Battier (2001), Jayson Williams (2002), Mike Dunleavy (2002), Carlos Boozer (2002), Luol Deng (2004), Shelden Thomas, J.J. Redick (2006).

East Carolina

Blue Edwards (1989).

Eastern Illinois

Kevin Duckworth (1986).

Eastern Michigan

George Gervin (1974).

Evansville

Jerry Sloan (1965).

Florida

Vernon Maxwell (1988), Andrew DeClercq (1995), Mike Miller (2000), David Lee (2005).

Florida State

Dave Cowens (1970), George McCloud (1989), Dwayne Schintzius (1990), Sam Cassell (1993), Charlie Ward (1994), Bob Sura (1995).

Fresno State

Courtney Alexander(2000).

Georgetown

Eric Floyd (1982), Patrick Ewing (1985), David Wingate (1986), Dikembe Mutombo (1991), Alonzo Mourning (1992), Allen Iverson (1996), Othella Harrington (1996).

Georgia

Dominique Wilkins (1982), Shandon Anderson (1996), Jumaine Jones (1999).

Georgia Tech

Mark Price (1986), John Salley (1986), Willie Anderson (1988), Dennis Scott (1990), Kenny Anderson (1991), Jon Barry (1992), Matt Geiger (1992), Travis Best (1995), Stephon Marbury (1996), Matt Harpring (1998), Chris Bosh (2003).

Gonzaga

John Stockton (1984), Adam Morrison (2006).

Hampton

Rick Mahorn (1980).

Hartford

Vin Baker (1993).

Houston

Elvin Hayes (1968), Clyde Drexler (1983), Hakeem Olajuwon (1984), Carl Herrera (1990).

Illinois

Derek Harper (1983), Nick Anderson (1989), Kendall Gill (1990), Deron Williams, Luther Head (2005).

Illinois State

Doug Collins (1973).

Indiana

Isiah Thomas (1981), Calbert Cheaney (1993), Alan Henderson (1995).

Indiana State

Larry Bird (1978).

Iowa

Don Nelson (1962), B.J. Armstrong (1989), Matt Bullard (1990), Marcus Fizer (2000).

Iowa State

Jeff Hornacek (1986), Kelvin Cato (1997), Jamaal Tinsley (2001).

Jackson State

Lindsey Hunter (1993).

Jacksonville

Dee Brown (1990).

Kansas

Wilt Chamberlain (1959), Danny Manning (1988), Greg Ostertag (1995), Scot Pollard (1997), Raef LaFrentz (1998), Paul Pierce (1998), Drew Gooden (2002), Wayne Simien (2005).

Kansas State

Rolando Blackman (1981), Mitch Richmond (1988).

Kentucky

Pat Riley (1967), Sam Bowie (1984), Rex Chapman (1988), Jamal Mashburn (1993), Antoine Walker (1996), Tony Delk (1996), Ron Mercer (1997), Derek Anderson (1997), Jamaal Magloire (2000), Rajon Rondo (2006).

La Salle

Tim Legler (1988).

Long Beach State

Craig Hodges (1982), Lucious Harris (1993), Bryon Russell (1993).

Longwood

Jerome Kersey (1984).

Louisiana State

Bob Pettit (1954), Shaquille O'Neal (1992), Stromile Swift (2000).

Louisiana Tech

Karl Malone (1985), P.J. Brown (1992).



Louisville

Wes Unseld (1968), Rodney McCray (1983), Pervis Ellison (1989), Felton Spencer (1990), LaBradford Smith (1991), Greg Minor (1994), Samaki Walker (1996), Francisco Garcia (2005) .

Marist

Rik Smits (1988).

Louisville State

Tyrus Thomas (2006)

Marist

Rik Smits (1988).

Marquette

Doc Rivers (1984), Jim McIlvaine (1994), Dwayne Wade (2003).

Marshall

Mike D'Antoni (1973).

Maryland

Jim O'Brien (1972), John Lucas (1976), Buck Williams (1981), Walt Williams (1992), Joe Smith (1995), Steve Francis (1999), Juan Dixon, Chris Wilcox (2002).

Massachusetts

Julius Erving (1972), Marcus Camby (1996).

McNeese State

Joe Dumars (1985).

Memphis

Elliot Perry (1991), Anfernee Hardaway (1993), David Vaughn (1995), Lorenzen Wright (1996), Rodney Carney, Shawne Williams (2006).

Mercer

Sam Mitchell (1985).

Miami (OHIO)

Ron Harper (1986), Wally Szczerbiak (1999).

Michigan

Rudy Tomjanovich (1970), Roy Tarpley (1986), Glen Rice (1989), Terry Mills (1990), Chris Webber (1993), Juwan Howard (1994), Jalen Rose (1994), Maurice Taylor (1997), Jamal Crawford (2000).

Michigan State

Magic Johnson (1979), Kevin Willis (1984), Scott Skiles (1986), Steve Smith (1991), Eric Snow (1995), Mateen Cleaves, Morris Peterson (2000), Jason Richardson (2001), Shannon Brown (2006).

Minnesota

Kevin McHale (1980), Trent Tucker(1982), Voshon Lenard (1994), Bobby Jackson (1997), Quincy Lewis (1999), Kris Humphries (2004).

Mississippi St.

Jeff Malone (1983), Erick Dampier (1996), Linas Kleiza (2005) .

Missouri

Larry Drew (1980), Anthony Peeler (1992), Keyon Dooling (2000).

Navy

David Robinson (1987).

Nebraska

Eric Piatkowski (1993).

Nevada

Armon Gilliam (1987), Larry Johnson (1991), Stacey Augmon (1991), Greg Anthony (1991), Isaiah Rider (1993), Kirk Snyder (2004) .

New Mexico

Luc Longley (1991), Danny Granger (2005).

New Mexico State

Randy Brown (1991).

New Orleans

Ervin Johnson (1993).

Niagara

Calvin Murphy (1970).

North Carolina

Bob McAdoo (1972), David Thompson (1975), Mitch Kupchak (1976), James Worthy (1982), Sam Perkins, Michael Jordan (1984), Brad Daugherty (1986), Kenny Smith (1987), J.R. Reid (1989), Scott Williams (1990), Rick Fox (1991), Hubert Davis (1992), George Lynch (1993), Eric Montross (1994), Jerry Stackhouse, Rasheed Wallace (1995), Jeff McInnis (1996), Antawn Jamison, Vince Carter (1998), Marvin Williams, Sean May, Rashad McCants (2005).

North Carolina State

Sidney Lowe (1983), Spud Webb (1985), Nate McMillan (1986), Vinny Del Negro (1988), Tom Gugliotta (1992), Julis Hodge (2005), Cedrick Simmons (2006).

North Dakota

Phil Jackson (1967).

Northeastern

Reggie Lewis (1987).

Notre Dame

Bill Laimbeer (1979), John Paxson (1983), LaPhonso Ellis (1992), Monty Williams (1994), Pat Garrity (1998).

Ohio

Gary Trent (1995).

Ohio State

John Havlicek (1962), Brad Sellers (1986), Dennis Hopson (1987), Jimmy Jackson (1992), Lawrence Funderburke (1994).

Oklahoma

Wayman Tisdale (1985), Anthony Bowie (1986), Harvey Grant (1988), Stacey King (1989), Mookie Blaylock (1989), Brent Price (1992), Najera (2000).

Oklahoma State

Dennis Rodman (1986), John Starks (1988), Richard Dumas (1991), Bryant Reeves (1995), Desmond Mason (2000), Tony Allen (2004), Joey Graham (2005).

Old Dominion

Mark West (1983), Chris Gatling (1991).

Oregon

Luke Jackson (2004) .

Oregon State

A.C. Green (1985), Gary Payton (1990), Terrell Brandon (1991), Brent Barry (1995) .

Penn State

Frank Brickowski (1980).

Pepperdine

Doug Christie (1992).

Pittsburgh

Charles Smith (1988).

Providence

Lenny Wilkens (1960), Otis Thorpe (1984), Dickey Simpkins (1994), Maciej Zieliński, Eric Williams (1995), Austin Croshere (1997).

Purdue

Glenn Robinson (1994).

Rhode Island

Cuttino Mobley (1998), Lamar Odom (1999).

Rice

Ricky Pierce (1982).

Richmond

Johnny Newman (1986).

San Diego State

Michael Cage (1984).

San Francisco

Bill Cartwright (1979).

Santa Clara

Kurt Rambis (1980), Steve Nash (1996).

Seton Hall

Mark Bryant (1988).

South Carolina

Alex English (1976), Renaldo Balkman (2006).

Southern Mississippi

Clarence Weatherspoon (1992).

St. John's

Kevin Loughery (1962), Bill Wennington (1985), Chris Mullin (1985), Mark Jackson (1987), Jayson Williams (1990), Malik Sealy (1992), Ron Artest (1999).

St. Louis

Larry Hughes (1998).

Stanford

Adam Keefe (1992), Brendan Haywood (2001), Josh Childress (2004).

Syracuse

Danny Schayes (1981), Rony Seikaly (1988), Sherman Douglas (1989), Derrick Coleman (1990), Billy Owens (1991), John Wallace (1996), Carmelo Anthony (2003), Hakim Warrick (2005).

Temple

Tim Perry (1988), Eddie Jones (1994), Aaron McKie (1994).

Tennessee

Ernie Grunfeld (1977), Dale Ellis (1983), Allan Houston (1993).

Tennessee State

Anthony Mason (1988), Carlos Rogers (1994).

Tennesse-Chatanoga

Gerald Wilkins (1985).

Texas A&M

Antoine Wright (2005)

Texas

Chris Mihm (2000), TJ Ford (2003), LaMarcus Aldridge (2006).

Texas Tech

Tony Battie (1997).

UCLA

Lew Alcindor (1969), Bill Walton (1974), Kiki Vandeweghe (1980), Mark Eaton (1982), Reggie Miller (1987), Pooh Richardson (1989), Tracy Murray, Don MacLean (1992), Ed O'Bannon (1995), Jiri Zidek (1995), Charles O'Bannon (1997), Baron Davis (1999), Jordan Farmar (2006).

UNLV

Stacey Augom (1991), Isaiah Rider (1993), Keon Clark (1998), Shawn Marion (1999).

USC

Paul Westphal (1972), Duane Cooper (1992), Harold Miner (1992).

Utah

Tom Chambers (1981), Keith Van Horn (1997), Michael Doleac (1998), Andre Miller (1999), Andrew Bogut (2005).

UTEP

Antonio Davis(1990), Greg Foster (1990).

Vanderbilt

Jeff Turner (1984), Will Perdue (1988).

Villanova

Ed Pinckney (1985), Doug West (1989), Kerry Kittles (1996), Tim Thomas, Alvin Williams (1997), Randy Foye, Kyle Lowry (2006).

Virginia

Allan Bristow (1973), Ralph Sampson (1983), Rick Carlisle (1984), Olden Polynice (1987).

Virginia Tech

Dell Curry (1986), Bimbo Coles (1990) .

Virginia Union

Charles Oakley (1985).

Wake Forest

Tyrone Bogues (1987), Rodney Rogers (1993), Tim Duncan(1997), Josh Howard (2003), Chris Paul (2005).

Washington

Detlef Schrempf (1985), Todd MacCulloch (1999), Brandon Roy (2006).

Washington State

Craig Ehlo (1983).

West Virginia

Jerry West (1960), Rod Thorn (1963).

West Texas State

Maurice Cheeks (1978).

Wichita State

Cliff Levingston (1982), Antoine Carr (1983), Xavier McDaniel (1985).

Wisconsin

Michael Finley (1995), Devid Harris (2004).

Wisconsin Stevens Point

Terry Porter (1985).

Wyoming

Theo Ratliff (1995).

Xavier

Tyrone Hill (1990), Derek Strong (1990), Brian Grant (1994).

Yale

Chris Dudley (1987).
 
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