Ewing, Others Inducted into NCAA HOF
When Patrick Ewing rekindles the memories of his four years at Georgetown, there’s a contented smile on his face.
”I felt like I came into college a boy and left a man,” said Ewing, the headliner in the 2012 National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame induction class. ”Coach (John) Thompson and all the people at Georgetown did an outstanding job of helping me, not only as a basketball player but also as a human being.”
The Sunday induction ceremony also honored players Earl ”The Pearl” Monroe, Phil Ford, Clyde Lovellette, Kenny Sailors and Willis Reed; coaches Joe B. Hall and Dave Robbins and contributors Jim Host and Joe Dean Sr.
via Associated Press