The Legends Podcast gives our listeners an in depth look into the greatest basketball stars of the past, present and future. With a focus on Hall of Famers, you will hear the greatest stories told by the legends that lived them. Along with our Hall of Famers, hear stories from past legends, current stars, coaches, media personalities, and other basketball dignitaries. Listen along as you learn the game's history from the place where the game was invented.
8/23 Bob CousyDon't miss your chance to listen to whom many consider to be one of the best playmakers ever, and Class of 1971 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinee, Bob Cousy. Topics include his transition from playing to coaching and broadcasting, how his upbringing shaped who he is today, and the story behind his draft.
8/30 Annie Meyers-DrysdaleTune in to listen to Class of 1993 Basketball Hall of Fame and Olympic Silver Medalist, Ann Meyers Drysdale. Topics include how her journey helped shape her, the obstacles she’s faced, and how the women’s game has changed since its start.
9/27 Tiny ArchibaldTune in with the man who made it cool to be “tiny” in the NBA, and Class of 1991 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinee, Nate “Tiny” Archibald. Topics include his early beginnings and how he found the love of basketball, what it’s like being a student athlete in college, and the mindset he had when being drafted into the NBA.
10/18 Clyde DrexlerYou don't want to miss 1995 NBA Champion, 10X All-Star, and Class of 2004 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinee, Clyde Drexler, better known as “The Glide”. Topics include putting some phi slamma jamma rumors to rest, how he thinks everyone should play basketball, and what it’s like playing in the Olympics with guys you’ve never played with, or have a relationship with.
10/25 Elgin BaylorBe sure to listen in to 11X NBA All-Star, and Class of 1977 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinee, Elgin Baylor. Topics include the difficulties he faced transitioning from playing working the front office, the skill sets he had to develop to become successful, and what the atmosphere was like being a Laker.
11/1 Anne DonovanListen to one of the greatest post players in women’s basketball history, and Class of 1995 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinee, Anne Donovan. Topics include what it’s like being a coach who has also played, how her coaching philosophy has evolved over the years, and what it’s like to watch the Final Four games now.
11/15 George Raveling
Don't miss Class of 2015 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinee, George Raveling. Topics include the mental challenges and adjustments he had to make while at Villanova, his experience with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and what values he carries with him throughout his coaching and day to day living.
11/22 Hank Nichols
In today’s episode of the Basketball Hall of Fame’s Legends Podcast, 21 year NCAA referee, and Class of 2012 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinee, Hank Nichols discusses topics which include how important it is to bring real life experiences to the court as a referee, what his motivation was to start reffing, and what he looks for in reffing a good game.
11/29 Katrina McClain
Tune in to hear Class of 2012 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinee, Katrina McClain. Topics include what the locker rooms were like after winning, her relationship with Coach Landers and Teresa Edwards while at Georgia, and how being an introvert shaped her basketball career.
12/6 Isiah Thomas
Be sure to listen to 12X NBA All-Star, and Class of 2000 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinee, Isiah Thomas. Topics include how growing up in Chicago shaped his basketball career, the development of his relationship with Coach Knight, and the difficulties he faced when going to Detroit.
12/13 Jerry Lucas
Tune in to hear Class of 1980 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinee, Jerry Lucas. Topics include his experiences at Ohio State, what it was like playing in the Olympics, and the chemistry he shared with Oscar Robertson.
12/20 Jamaal Wilkes
Class of 2012 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinee, Jamaal Wilkes, or better known as “Silk” speaks on topics such as how storybook his life was growing up in California, his experiences being coached by John Wooden at UCLA, and how his approach to the game changed throughout the years.