Kentucky's alltime leading scorer; dangerous big man on the perimeter; seven-time ABA and NBA Ail-Star.
Swam to two world records and won Sullivan Award in 1970; won 1,500-meter silver at '68 Olympics and relay gold in 72.
Heisman-winning back at Notre Dame in 1953; only player to win Maxwell Award twice; made Pro Bowl in only NFL season.
Seven-time All-Star shortstop; American League MVP in 1948 and batting champion in '44.
At the 1984 Olympics he won team and parallel-bar gold medals.
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Illinois judge was baseball's first and most powerful commissioner; cleaned up after Black Sox scandal and ruled game for 24 years.
Won Sullivan Award in 1951 only man to win two Olympic pole vault golds ('52 and '56).
Two-time NBA All-Star with Bulls; sixth-best career winning percentage as NBA coach.
Outland Trophy winner at Notre Dame in 1946 was three-time All-America; All-Pro with Bears at three positions.
Three-time NAIA All-America at Illinois Wesleyan (1975 to 77); seven-time NBA All-Star.