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Elgin Baylor

Elgin Baylor
Elgin Baylor Player

Inducted in 2006
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee 1977
Baylor, the originator of "hang time" and the master of the "running bank shot", led the Seattle Chieftains to the 1958 NCAA Final Four. He averaged 31.3 points per game during his college career and went on to become an eleven-time NBA All-Star with the L.A. Lakers. He still holds the NBA finals single game scoring record of 61 points in game 5 of the 1962 Finals.
Where They Are Now

Vice President of Basketball Operations, Los Angeles Clippers
Where They Were
Albertson College (Idaho) 1955-1956
Seattle University 1957-1958