We had more than 3,300 unique visitors to www.pudnersports.com yesterday, December 30, 2023, one of our highest totals With all of our teams updated and reorganized into easier to open google sheets of 25 teams each, we are reposting the main instructions for the game below as we just updated.

All-Time Great Teams for the Value Add Basketball Game. Look up the team you want to play, and the page you need to print. To find other teams click on the appropriate list. List A - Alabama 1977 to Connecticut 2004, List B - Connecticut 2023 to Georgia Tech 2004, List C - Gonzaga 2017 to Kentucky 1948, List D - Kentucky 1970 to Miami 1965, List E - Miami 2013 to North Carolina St. 1974, List F - Northwestern 2017 to Seton Hall 1989, List G - Seton 2020 to UCLA 2006 and List H - UCLA 2021 to Xavier 2023. You can also choose from great all-time women's teams

To date 71,900 unique visitors have clicked on the instructions below to play the game, so this is a reprint on that instructions link as update.

**10 Steps to Play a Value Add Basketball Game**

**Choose the two schools you want to play against each other. Each team is one page: We list every men's and women's team in the game at the very bottom of this blog.**

__Prep A. Choose Teams.__**You can purchase 4 dice (two traditional 6-sided dice of different colors, one 20-sided die and one 8-sided die) or print the Fast Action cars from either this drop box or website.**

__Prep B: Pick up dice or print random fast action cards.__**You can either print the image below, or pull up this Google sheet.**

__Prep C: Print a Scoresheet.__**10 Steps for Simple flow of the game.**

**Fill Out Scoresheet.**Write the names of all 10 players for each team. The five on the top row of the cards would be listed in order, so if you wrote in North Carolina on the left of the scoresheet referring to the screen shot at the top of the blog, you would list Jimmy Black first as the point guard (PG-1), then Matt Doherty, Michael Jordan, James Worthy and Sam Perkins.

**Determine Team Dunk Range in 51-66**. Write a "dunk range" at the top of the sheet for each team. UNC's players have a 51-55, but because UCLA has an Adjust Dunk Range of -7 those five numbers are erased and there is no dunk range (in more advanced rules below this "negative" range actually takes baskets away from UNC on a 51-52.). UCLA has a 51-65 dunk range, but UNC has a -12 which lowers UCLA's dunk range to 51-53 for the game.

**Game Starts 20-20, Each Player with 2 Points.**Before the first roll, note that the game is tied 20-20 and the scoresheet shows that all 10 players have two points and a couple of other stats depending on position. This speeds up the time of play, and the assumption is that 22 possessions were already played during which every player scored once, and we have 44 possessions left to play (meaning the game is really a 66 to 75 possessions).

**8-sided Die Determines Which Player Gets the Ball**. Roll the dice or pull a fast action card and look for the 1-8 number. If the 8-side die is a 1-5 then the ball goes to the player in that order in the game, so assuming all starters are in the game, a 1 goes to Black, 2 goes to Doherty, 3 to Jordan etc. If the roll is 6-8 then look for which players have extra numbers on the "Gets Ball On" and you will see that Worthy gets the ball on a 6, Perkins on a 7 and Jordan on an 8. The extra numbers are interchangeable, so if you have two 7s and one 8 in a game, you just decide before starting to roll which of the "7s" will get the ball on a 6 and which will get it on a 7.

**Defensive Results on 11-66 Roll.**Now that you know who has the ball, the corresponding player is guarding him. So if Jordan gets the ball, then Larry Farmer is guarding him. You need to decide at the beginning which 6-sided die is the 10s and which is the ones, so the dice roll shown above is a 32 because we made the red die the 10s and white die the 1s. If the roll is 11-13 then Farmer steals the ball, if 21-23 he blocks a shot by Jordan, 35-36 he fouls Jordan - all on the left side of the defender (Farmer's) card. On a 41-42 Jordan would turn the ball over. If UCLA had the ball a 51-53 would be a dunk, but because UCLA's defense erases Jordan's 51-55 dunk range he cannot get a free dunk.

**20-sided Die Used for Shot if Nothing Happens on 11-66**. If nothing happens on the 11-66 rule (in this match-up, nothing happens on a 14-16, 24-26, 31, 33-34 or 51-66) then you refer to the 1-20 roll on Jordan's card. On a 1-2 Jordan makes a 3-pointer, on a 2-9 he makes a 2-pointer, on a 10-12 he is fouled and gets 2 shots, on a 13-15 he misses a three-pointer and on a 16-20 he misses a 2-pointers. The one time you use both rolls is if the defender fouls (35-36 in this case) in which case Farmer would have fouled Jordan and if he made a 3- or 2-pointer then the basket counts and he gets a free throw, and if he misses a 3-pointer while being fouled then he gets three fouls shots instead of 2.

**Fouls Shots.**For foul shots, roll the 20-sided die twice and Jordan's FT Made range is 1-14, so he makes it in that range or misses on a 15-20.

**Rebounds on Missed Shots.**If a shot or free throw is missed, then the following steps are followed to see who gets the rebound.

**Update Score after each Possession.**Once UCLA has the ball again, record a number in UNC's column to show their score next to possession 44. It might still be a 20 if they do not score, or a 21, 22, 23 or rarely could even be higher on a 3-point shot plus foul, or if a player makes a free throw and misses the second but his team gets the rebound and scores again.

**Last 5 minutes of game.**Notice that there is a diagonal box by each of the last 9 possessions. Normally just write the score above the diagonal. However, if either team is fouled, or steals the ball in one of those possessions, it creates an extra possession for both teams and play the extra possession and record an extra score in the bottom half of the box as well. If this does not happen to either team in the final 9 possessions then a total of 44 possessions are played. If one or the other team fouls or steals the ball in all 9 of those possessions then the game could actually take as many as 53 possessions. Since we are assuming 22 possessions were played through the 20-20 tie before our first dice roll, in effect each game is 66 to 75 possessions.

**Details, Background and Advanced Rules (the rest is optional)**

**Substitution Options**

**History of Playing the Game**

**More in-depth explanation of 10-steps to play the game**

**8-sided die determines which player gets the ball:**

You can cut out the 10 cards to rotate players, but I just leave the 10 players on the sheet and put coins on the players in the game. In this case the 5 Michigan State starters (top row) are in the game, so on a roll of 1,2,3,4 or 5 you read straight across the cards from left to right with Magic Johnson (point guard far left) getting the ball on a "1" and Greg Kesler (far right) getting the ball on a "5."

The 6,7 and 8 rolls go to players with a 6,7 or 8 after their "get ball on" range under their name. For quick reference on who gets those, I put dimes on the players who get those rolls, so the first dime left to right gets it on a "6" (Magic on this sheet), the next dime gets it on the "7" (Vincent) and the third dime gets it on an "8" (Kesler).

A second option (instead of using coins) is to write out your line-up rotation like we did below for a game between the 2021 Baylor and 1967 UCLA teams.

On the 8-sided die, if the roll is a 1-5, then the ball goes to the player based on who is in that column. If the roll is 6, 7 or 8 then look for that number - only the players with an extra number on their actual card above can have an extra number, but as you see Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has two extra numbers so actually gets the ball on a 5, 7 or 8.

**Next check two dice 11-66 roll:**

The 11-66 roll (determine which color 6-sided die is the 10s and which is the 1s before the game) determines if their is a steal (11-16 or 31 on defender's card), blocked shot (21-26 or 32 on defender's card), foul (33-36 on defender's card), turnover (41-46 on offensive player's card) or dunk/uncontested basket (51-66 based on dunk chart combination of offensive and defensive card).

Follow the chart below to see the result of the 11-66 roll.

Note on the dunk range that in the advanced rules if the defenses adjustment takes the dunks below 50 then the red numbers in the chart below creates a 'stop." In our actual UNC vs UCLA final UNC's range was actually a red 51-52, meaning if those came up they failed to score and UCLA got the ball. In that game if Jordan had the ball and a 51 or 52 were rolled, he would miss a shot and Farmer would get the rebound.

One of the most important advanced rules for accuracy is using the right side of the chart for defensive 11-66 results. If the 8-sided die is a 6- 7- or 8- then the 11-26 potential steals and blocks are based on team defense. A 14-16 is no longer a steal if the 8-sided die was a 6-8. However, any defensive player with an 11-13 can steal the ball on an 11. Any player with a 11-16 steal can steal it in 11 or 12. Finally any player with a 31 can steal it in a 13.

The same is true for blocks after a 6-8. Any defender with a 21-23 can block the shot on a 21, any 21-26 can block on a 22, and any 32 can block on a 23. But a 24-26 is never blocked on a 6-8.

**20-sided die for shot or drawing foul**

The 20-sided die is ignored if a steal, blocked shot, or turnover happen on the 11-66 roll above.

If a FOUL results from a 33-36 roll being in the defender's range, then refer to the 20-sided number on the offensive player's card to see if he also made a 3-pointer or 2-pointer and therefore gets one foul shot plus the basket, or was fouled on a 3-point shot and thus gets 3 shots, or on other results if he simply gets two free throws.

If a DUNK results from the 51-66 roll in a green range above, then the offensive player scores a 2-point basket UNLESS he chooses to take the result of the 20-sided card. This could either be because he made a 3-point shot on the 20-sided die or if he draws a foul on the 20-sided die and it results in the opposing defender fouling out.

If NOTHING results on the 11-66 roll then the result of the 20-sided die is the result of the play. In the case of Magic's card above he makes a 3-pointer on a "1," makes a 2-pointer on a 2 to 7, draws a foul to get two free throws on an 8 to 12, misses a 3-pointer on a 13 to 15, and misses a two pointer on a 16 to 20.

**20-sided die for free throws**

If at any point the player gets fouled then use the 20-sided die for his free throws.

**Optional Advanced Rules Die Roll Adjustments**

You can choose to use either or both of the following advanced rules before a game.

1. Home Court Advantage. A roll of 36 when the visiting team has the ball is changed to a 66 (meaning the ref missed a foul he should have called on the home team) or when the home team has the ball change a roll of 66 to a 36 (thus making a bad foul call against the visiting team unless the defender is very good at avoiding fouls). On average, this will help the home team about 3 points during the game.

2. Tired player. If a player plays more possessions in a game then his "Stamina" number then any time he has the ball or is defending the player with the ball, the other team can adjust both the 11-66 roll and 20-sided die roll one number in either direction for a better result (e.g. Magic's Stamina of 44 means he can play the whole game without running out of Stamina, but the other guard Mike Brkovich has a Stamina of 37 so if you played him all 44 possessions then the last 7 possessions of the game the opponent can adjust all rolls involving him by one). If a player plays DOUBLE his possessions then the other team can adjust the 20-sided or 11-66 roll by TWO in either direction (for example Draymond Green on another Michigan State team has a great card but low stamina because it was from his freshman year, so if you choose to play him the whole game then most of the game rolls would be moved two numbers against him).

## Set Up to Play the Game

*While starting the game 20-20 with 44-53 possessions left to play is normally realistic, certain teams play at a much faster pace. This optional rule allows you to use two scoresheet to play extra possessions.*

*The fastest paced team ever was Loya Marymount with a +26 on their card. This means you start with 26 possessions left on one scoresheet, and then when do e with that sheet transfer the score to another sheet and play 44 more possessions.*

**Step 1 determine each team's pace**- Determine the pace for each team. For teams since 2002, you can go to www.kenpom.com or another site to see the pace (number of possessions per game) for each team. For example the two fastest pace teams in the 2021 tournament were Gonzaga (round to 74 possessions) and Alabama (73), while the two slowest pace teams were Virginia (62) and Mount St. Mary's (60). For teams from before 2002 or if you don't have the pace, average their points scored per game and points allow per game - so the highest estimated pace in history would be the 1990 Loyola Marymount team which average winning 122-108 - average those two together for 115 as the average of 122 and 108. We then subtract 79 (in their case leaving 39) and the take 2-3rds of that number for our extra possessions for that team (+26).

**Step 2 adjust if either team's pace is higher than 70**. If both team's pace is 70 or lower then the score starts at the normal 20-20 score. However, for each team that is higher then add a possession to the starting score on a new scoresheet. If Gonzaga (74) played Alabama (73) then you would +4 for Gonzaga's pace and +3 for Alabama's pace to start at possession 51 instead of 44.**detailed instructions**or

**click here**for both this blog and the detailed blog combined into one google doc with page numbers.

**EXTRA POSSESSIONS.**If either team is fouled during the possession, then both teams get an extra possession so use the bottom section below the diagonal for both teams.

**1. TRY FOR STEAL, OR FOUL INTENTIONALLY.**The team that is losing can choose to go for the "turnover or intentional foul" to get the extra possession. If this option is used, then do not roll the 20-sided die. If the result of the 11-66 roll is a turnover or a steal, then use that result, but if not then the result is a foul and two shots. In any case, an extra possession is created. Note this is the only time that a turnover (that is not a steal) creates an extra possession. Keep in mind this should only be used on the top portion of the last nine possessions - never use it during the roll for the bottom half possessions since that does not create and extra possession.

**2. STEALS AND FAST BREAKS.**If either of the two guards steals the ball during a possession, or if either forward steals the ball on an odd roll (11, 13, 15 or 31) then the team has the option of running a fast break. The advantage of a fast break is that the 20-sided die roll is lowered by one. As indicated on the chart, when a fast break is run the player making the steal has the ball on a 6, 7 or 8 as indicated on the right side of the chart. If either team chooses a fast break then use the bottom possession (below the diagonal) for both teams.

**3. TRY TO SCORE AFTER OFFENSIVE POSSESSION.**The other time a team gets a chance to lower the roll on the 20-sided die by 1 is after getting an offensive rebound. If that happens, the player getting the offensive rebound attempts to score on a 6-8 roll in addition to his one other number, as indicated on the right side of the dice chart. The 20-sided die is lowered by one, however, if the player getting the offensive rebound gets a result of "made 3-point shot" then it is changed to "made 2-point shot" since he is already near the rim when grabbing the offensive rebound.

**TRYING FOR 3-POINTER.**Another strategy option that can be used by a team desperate for a 3-pointer in the final few possessions, is to try for a 3-pointer. If this is called, then every player on their team can add a 3-point made number for every 2-point made number that is turned into a missed shot with the rebound going to the defense - but no player can more than DOUBLE their range.

## End of Instructions - The following is some additional information and links to advanced rules.

# Table of Contents: Advanced Rules, Instructions

To access all items in the Table of Contents listed above, you can click on the

**detailed instructions**that are one of three options for following the directions to play the Value Add Basketball Game. The most popular instructions are these Quick Start instructions used by more than 30,000 as of April 2020 are the blog you now have open as you read this. If you use google docs, you can

**click here**

**to access the combined instructions**that contain both the Quick Start instructions you are reading now and the detailed instructions from the link above. That last option is a google doc which makes it much easier to find specific items because the pages are numbered to correspond with the numbers on the Table of Contents below, however because some people do not use google docs we provide the other two options in these blogs.

## List of all All-Time Great Teams in the Game and Player Link

Print Page | Google Doc AB - Men's Teams |
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2 | Alabama - 1977 - Reggie King |

3 | Alabama - 2023 - Brandon Miller |

4 | Arizona - 1997 - Mike Bibby |

5 | Arizona - 2015 - Stanley Johnson |

6 | Arizona St. - 1980 - Byron Scott |

7 | Arkansas - 1978 - Sidney Moncrief |

8 | Arkansas - 1994 - Corliss Williamson |

9 | Arkansas - 2021 - JD Notae |

10 | Auburn - 1984 - Charles Barkley |

11 | Auburn - 2019 - Chuma Okeke |

12 | Baylor - 2021 - Jared Butler |

13 | Boston College - 2006 - Jared Dudley |

14 | Bradley - 1950 - Elmer Behnke |

15 | Brigham Young - 1981 - Danny Ainge |

16 | Buffalo - 2019 - Jeenathan Williams |

17 | Butler - 2010 - Gordon Hayward |

18 | California - 1959 - Jack Grout |

19 | Central Florida - 2019 - Joey Graham |

20 | Charlotte - 1977 - Cedric "Cornbread" Maxwell |

21 | Cincinnati - 1960 - Oscar Robertson |

22 | Cincinnati - 2002 - Jason Maxiell |

23 | Clemson - 1987 - Horace Grant |

24 | Colorado - 2021 - McKinley Wright |

25 | Connecticut - 1999 - Richard Hamilton |

26 | Connecticut - 2004 - Ben Gordon |

Print Page | Google Doc B - Men's Teams |

2 | Connecticut - 2023 - Adama Sanogo |

3 | Creighton - 2014 - Doug McDermott |

4 | Creighton - 2020 - Ty-Shon Alexander |

5 | Creighton - 2023 - Ryan Kalkbrenner |

6 | Davidson - 2008 - Stephen Curry |

7 | Dayton - 1967 - Don May |

8 | Dayton - 2020 - Obi Toppin |

9 | DePaul - 1945 - George Mikan |

10 | DePaul - 1980 - Mark Aguirre |

11 | Drake - 1969 - Willie McCarter |

12 | Duke - 1986 - Johnny Dawkins |

13 | Duke - 1992 - Christian Laettner |

14 | Duke - 2001 - Shane Battier |

15 | Duke - 2010 - Jon Scheyer |

16 | Duke - 2015 - Justise Winslow |

17 | Duke - 2022 - Wendell Moore |

18 | Florida - 2006 - Joakim Noah |

19 | Florida Atlantic - 2023 - Johnell Davis |

20 | Florida St. - 1993 - Charlie Ward |

21 | George Mason - 2006 - Jai Lewis |

22 | Georgetown - 1984 - Patrick Ewing |

23 | Georgetown - 2007 - Roy Hibbert |

24 | Georgia - 1982 - Dominique Wilkins |

25 | Georgia Tech - 1990 - Dennis Scott |

26 | Georgia Tech - 2004 - Jarrett Jack |

Print Page | Google Doc C - Men's Teams |

2 | Gonzaga - 2017 - Nigel Williams-Goss |

3 | Gonzaga - 2023 - Drew Timme |

4 | Holy Cross - 1950 - Bob Cousy |

5 | Houston - 1968 - Elvin Hayes |

6 | Houston - 1983 - Hakeem Olajuwon |

7 | Houston - 2021 - Quentin Grimes |

8 | Illinois - 1989 - Nick Anderson |

9 | Illinois - 2005 - Deron Williams |

10 | Indiana - 1976 - Scott May |

11 | Indiana - 1981 - Isaiah Thomas |

12 | Indiana - 2002 - Jared Jeffries |

13 | Indiana St. - 1979 - Larry Bird |

14 | Iowa - 2001 - Reggie Evans |

15 | Iowa - 2021 - Luka Garza |

16 | Iowa St. - 2014 - DeAndre Kane |

17 | Jacksonville - 1970 - Artis Gilmore |

18 | James Madison University - 2024 - |

19 | Kansas - 1957 - Wilt Chamberlain |

20 | Kansas - 1988 - Danny Manning |

21 | Kansas - 1997 - Paul Pierce |

22 | Kansas - 2008 - Mario Chalmers |

23 | Kansas - 2022 - Ochai Agbaji |

24 | Kansas St. - 2008 - Michael Beasley |

25 | Kansas St. - 2023 - Markquis Nowell |

26 | Kentucky - 1948 - Alex Groza |

Print Page | Google Doc D - Men's Teams |

2 | Kentucky - 1970 - Dan Issel |

3 | Kentucky - 1996 - Antoine Walker |

4 | Kentucky - 2012 - Anthony Davis |

5 | La Salle - 1954 - Tom Gola |

6 | Liberty - 2023 - Darius McGhee |

7 | Louisville - 1980 - Darrell Griffith |

8 | Louisville - 2013 - Russ Smith |

9 | Loyola Marymount - 1990 - Bo Kimble |

10 | Loyola-Chicago - 1963 - Jerry Harkness |

11 | Loyola-Chicago - 2018 - Cameron Krutwig |

12 | LSU - 1970 - Pete Maravich |

13 | LSU - 1992 - Shaquille O'Neal |

14 | LSU - 2006 - Glen Davis |

15 | Marquette - 1955 - Terry Rand |

16 | Marquette - 1971 - Jim Chones |

17 | Marquette - 1977 - Butch Lee |

18 | Marquette - 1994 - Jim McIlvaine |

19 | Marquette - 2003 - Dwyane Wade |

20 | Marquette - 2011 - Jimmy Butler |

21 | Marquette - 2023 - Tyler Kolek |

22 | Maryland - 1984 - Len Bias |

23 | Maryland - 2002 - Juan Dixon |

24 | Massachusetts - 1996 - Marcus Camby |

25 | Memphis - 2008 - Derrick Rose |

26 | Miami - 1965 - rick barry |

Print Page | Google Doc E - Men's Teams |

2 | Miami - 2013 - Shane Larkin |

3 | Miami - 2023 - Norchad Omier |

4 | Michigan - 1965 - Cazzie Russell |

5 | Michigan - 1989 - Glen Rice |

6 | Michigan - 2013 - Trey Burke |

7 | Michigan St. - 1979 - Magic Johnson |

8 | Michigan St. - 2000 - Mateen Cleaves |

9 | Michigan St. - 2009 - Draymond Green |

10 | Minnesota - 1977 - Kevin McHale |

11 | Mississippi - 2001 - Justin Reed |

12 | Mississippi St. - 2005 - Lawrence Roberts |

13 | Missouri - 1982 - Steve Stipanovich |

14 | Murray St. - 2019 - Ja Morant |

15 | Navy - 1986 - David Robinson |

16 | Nebraska - 2014 - Terran Petteway |

17 | Nevada - 2004 - Kirk Snyder |

18 | New Mexico - 1974 - Bernard Hardin |

19 | New Mexico St. - 1970 - Jimmy Collins |

20 | Niagara - 1970 - Calvin Murphy |

21 | North Carolina - 1957 - Lennie Rosenbluth |

22 | North Carolina - 1982 - Michael Jordan |

23 | North Carolina - 1998 - Vince Carter |

24 | North Carolina - 2005 - Sean May |

25 | North Carolina - 2022 - Armando Bacot |

26 | North Carolina St. - 1974 - David Thompson |

Print Page | Google Doc F - Men's Teams |

2 | Northwestern - 2017 - Vic Law |

3 | Notre Dame - 1970 - Austin Carr |

4 | Notre Dame - 1981 - Orlando Woolridge |

5 | Ohio St. - 1960 - Jerry Lucas |

6 | Ohio St. - 2007 - Greg Oden |

7 | Oklahoma - 1985 - Wayman Tisdale |

8 | Oklahoma - 2016 - Buddy Hield |

9 | Oklahoma St. - 1946 - Bob Kurland |

10 | Oklahoma St. - 2004 - John Lucas |

11 | Oregon - 2017 - Dillon Brooks |

12 | Oregon St. - 1982 - AC Green |

13 | Penn St. - 2018 - Tony Carr |

14 | Pittsburgh - 2009 - DeJuan Blair |

15 | Princeton - 1965 - Bill Bradley |

16 | Princeton - 2023 - Tosan Evbuomwan |

17 | Providence - 1987 - Billy Donovan |

18 | Purdue - 1969 - Rick Mount |

19 | Purdue - 2018 - Carsen Edwards |

20 | Richmond - 2011 - Justin Harper |

21 | Rutgers - 1976 - Phil Sellers |

22 | San Diego St. - 2011 - Kawhi Leonard |

23 | San Diego St. - 2023 - Jaedon LeDee |

24 | San Francisco - 1956 - Bill Russell |

25 | Seattle - 1958 - Elgin Baylor |

26 | Seton Hall - 1989 - John Morton |

Print Page | Google Doc G - Men's Teams |

2 | Seton Hall - 2020 - Myles Powell |

3 | SMU - 2017 - Semi Ojeleye |

4 | South Carolina - 1973 - Mike Dunleavy |

5 | South Carolina - 2017 - Sindarius Thornwell |

6 | St. Bonaventure - 1970 - Bob Lanier |

7 | St. Joe's - 2004 - Jameer Nelson |

8 | St. John's - 1985 - Chris Mullin |

9 | St. Mary's - 2023 - Logan Johnson |

10 | St. Peter's - 2022 - Doug Edert |

11 | Stanford - 2008 - Brook Lopez |

12 | Stephen f austin - 2016 - Thomas Walkup |

13 | Syracuse - 1987 - Rony Seikaly |

14 | Syracuse - 2003 - Carmelo Anthony |

15 | TCU - 2023 - JaKobe Coles |

16 | Temple - 1958 - Guy Rodgers |

17 | Tennessee - 1977 - Bernard King |

18 | Tennessee - 2023 - Santiago Vescovi |

19 | Texas - 2003 - T.J. Ford |

20 | Texas - 2023 - Marcus Carr |

21 | Texas A&M - 2007 - Acie Law |

22 | Texas Tech - 2019 - Jarrett Culver |

23 | Tulsa - 2000 - Eric Coley |

24 | UCLA - 1967 - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar |

25 | UCLA - 1972 - Bill Walton |

26 | UCLA - 2006 - Jordan Farmar |

Print Page | Google Doc H - Men's Teams |

2 | UCLA - 2021 - Jaime Jaquez |

3 | UNLV - 1987 - Armen Gilliam |

4 | UNLV - 1991 - Larry Johnson |

5 | USC - 2021 - Evan Mobley |

6 | Utah - 1998 - Andre Miller |

7 | UTEP (Texas Western) - 1966 - Bobby Joe Hill |

8 | Vanderbilt - 1993 - Bill McCaffrey |

9 | VCU - 1985 - Calvin Duncan |

10 | VCU - 2011 - Bradford Burgess |

11 | Villanova - 1985 - Ed Pinckney |

12 | Villanova - 2018 - Mikal Bridges |

13 | Virginia - 1981 - Ralph Sampson |

14 | Virginia - 2019 - Kyle Guy |

15 | Virginia Tech - 1986 - Dell Curry |

16 | Wake Forest - 1996 - Tim Duncan |

17 | Wake Forest - 2005 - Chris Paul |

18 | Washington - 2006 - Brandon Roy |

19 | Washington St. - 2008 - Taylor Rochestie |

20 | West Virginia - 1959 - Jerry West |

21 | West Virginia - 2010 - Kevin Jones |

22 | Western Kentucky - 1966 - Clem Haskins |

23 | Wichita St. - 2013 - Fred VanVleet |

24 | Wisconsin - 2015 - Frank Kaminsky |

25 | Wyoming - 1943 - Ken Sailors |

26 | Xavier - 2023 - Jack Nunge |

Print Page | Google doc - Women's Teams |

Not yet | Auburn - 2009 - KeKe Carrier |

1 | Baylor - 2019 - Brittney Griner |

2 | Baylor - 2012 - Kalani Brown |

3 | Connecticut - 2016 - Maya Moore |

4 | Connecticut - 2010 - Breanna Stewart |

5 | Duke - 2016 - Alison Bales |

Not Yet | Georgia - 2013 - Jasmine James |

Not Yet | Iowa - 2023 - Caitlin Clark |

Not Yet | Kentucky - 2013 - A'dia Mathies |

6 | Long Beach State - 1987 - Cindy Brown |

Not Yet | Louisiana State - 2023 - Angel Reese |

7 | Louisiana Tech - 1982 - Pam Kelly |

8 | Louisville - 2014 - Shoni Schimmel |

Not Yet | Marquette - 2019 - Chloe Marotta |

Not Yet | Maryland - 2006 - Crystal Langhorne |

9 | Mississippi State - 2018 - Victoria Vivians |

Not Yet | North Carolina - 2007 - Erlana Larkins |

10 | Notre Dame - 2018 - Arike Ogunbowale |

11 | Ohio State - 2016 - Kelsey Mitchell |

Not Yet | Oklahoma - 2010 - Abi Olajuwon |

12 | Old Dominion - 1980 - Nancy Lieberman |

13 | Oregon - 2019 - Sabrina Ionescu |

Not Yet | Penn State - 2012 - Maggie Lucas |

Not Yet | Purdue - 2003 - Shereka Wright |

Not Yet | Rutgers - 2007 - Kia Vaughn |

14 | South Carolina - 2017 - A'ja Wilson |

15 | Stanford - 2021 - Kiana Williams |

16 | Tennessee - 1998 - Chamique Holdsclaw |

17 | Texas - 2018 - Ariel Atkins |

18 | Texas A&M - 2011 - Danielle Adams |

Not Yet | Texas Tech - 1993 - Sheryl Swoopes |

Not Yet | UCLA - 2018 - Monique Billings |

19 | USC - 1983 - Cheryl Miller |

Not Yet | Vanderbilt - 2002 - Chantelle Anderson |

Not Yet | Virginia - 2018 - Dominique Toussaint |

20 | Washington - 2017 - Kelsey Plum |

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