Gail Goodrich Player
Inducted in 2006
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee 1996
A fiery competitor, Gail "Stumpy" Goodrich was a major force in Coach John Wooden's emerging dynasty at UCLA. With his extraordinary court vision and excellent ball-handling ability, Goodrich led the Bruins to a three-year record of 78 wins and 11 losses and two National Championships in 1964 and 1965. He helped guide the LA Lakers to an NBA Championship in 1972 and a record 33 consecutive wins. Goodrich was a 5 time NBA All-Star.
Where They Are Now
Studio Analyst, NBA TV
Where They Were
University of California Los Angeles 1963-1965