Tom Thacker won two NCAA titles with Cincinnati in 1960/61 and 1961/62. He was on the Celtics team that won the NBA title in 1867/68, and he played for the Indiana Pacers in 1969/70 when they won the ABA title.
Well, one is Magic Johnson who won an NCAA championship with Michigan State in 1979 and an NBA championship with the Lakers in 1980.
John Thompson won an NBA title as a player with the Celtics in 1965-66 and then coached the NCAA champs Georgetown in 1984. Larry Brown won an ABA title in 1969 as a player with the Oakland Oaks and was the coach of the NCAA champs Kansas in 1988.
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he has a ncaa championship ring and a nba championship ring
the Indiana Pacers have never won the NBA Championship, but they have won 3 ABA Championships (1970, 1972, 1973)
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a championship ring
between 10,000- 5,000 player went to NBA and KENTUCKY has won 20 NCAA championship. KENTUCKY usually get #1 player in Recruiting for college basketball.
That was Hall of Famer Moses Malone who began his ABA career in 1974 and ended his NBA career in 1995.
they have to win a championship
The Denver Nuggets were one of the four American Basketball Association teams (along with San Antonio, New Jersey, and Indiana) that entered the NBA in 1977. They have not won an NBA Championship. They also did not win a championship in the ABA. They were known as the Denver Rockets in their first season in the ABA, which was the 1967-1968 season. The Phoenix Suns entered the NBA in 1968 and have not won an NBA championship. The Cleveland Cavaliers and Los Angeles Clippers both entered the NBA in 1970 (the Clippers were the Buffalo Braves) and have not won an NBA championship.
None as an NBA franchise, but 1974 and 1976 when the team was the New York Nets in the ABA
The ABA and the NBA were both basketball leagues. The ABA no longer exists, because it merged with the NBA in the 1970's. The ABA was only around for about 10 years.
The ABA adopted it in 1967. The NBA adopted it in 1979. The NCAA Southern Conference adopted it in 1980. It was adopted nation wide by the NCAA in 1986.
I don't think there is the ABA but there is a d-league (development league) in the game both in the association and my player mode.
I can think of one.. Michael Jordan off the top of my head.
A championship ring