New Class for Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame

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The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame has announced the 2019 men's induction class. The honorees include a 1986 NBA first round draft pick, a Ball State rebounding legend, and a NBA championship winning scout and personnel director. The 58th class will be honored on Wednesday, March 20 2019.

The inductees:

Ken Barlow, Cathedral, Class of 1982

Orville Bose, Hymera, Class of 1956

Bill Butcher, Loogootee, Class of 1975

Ed Butler, South Bend Adams, Class of 1960

Sam Chase, Knightstown, Class of 1960

Dan Dimich, South Bend Washington, Class of 1944

Mack Gadis, Pike, Class of 1982

Jerry Hoover, Monticello, Class of 1952

Chet Kammerer, Leesburg, Class of 1960

Willie McCarter, Gary Roosevelt, Class of 1965

Wayne Pack, Indianapolis Washington, Class of 1969

Bob Smock, Hebron, Class of 1965

Indiana Pacers Silver Medal - John Grimes, Terre Haute Gerstmeyer, Class of 1963

Centennial Award - Clyde "Cog" Grater, Lebanon, Class of 1919

More details on the new class can be found here

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