New Class For Indiana Basketball Hall of FamePosted: Updated:
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 University rebounding legend and a NBA championship winning scout and personnel director. The 58th class will be honored in March.
The inductees are:
• 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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