A gold medal representing the dawn of basketball as an Olympic sport–one played outdoors– is heading to auction next week.
He was more than just a baseball player. Our Photo of the Day shows Jackie Robinson in the early days of his legendary UCLA athletic career.
Look for some new John Wooden memorabilia in the marketplace after his family signed a deal with the company known for handling the licensing for deceased sports legends.
Just days after the center jump circle on which his UCLA teams made history, John Wooden’s favorite coaching jacket is drawing a crowd of deep pocket bidders.
The jump circle where Alcindor and Walton pushed John Wooden’s teams to immortality sold for $325,085, but it wasn’t the only big ticket item to grab attention.
Someone had the good sense to preserve the center court from the building where UCLA became basketball royalty.
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In the wake of John Wooden’s death, 1700 signed lithos produced years ago are being sold with some of the proceeds going to fund UCLA athletic projects.