Elvin Hayes

United States

Basketball

B: November 7, 1945

Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame

Elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1989, Hayes first came to prominence in 1968 while at the University of Houston. On January 20, 1968 Hayes outduelled Lew Alcindor as Houston ended U.C.L.A.'s 47 game winning streak. Hayes was named the Sporting News College Basketball Players of the Year. A 12-time all-star, Hayes stands sixth in N.B.A. history in scoring (27,313 points) and fourth in rebounds (16,279). He led the Washington Bullets to the N.B.A. championship in 1978 over the Seattle SuperSonics. Hayes was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1990 and was named to the N.B.A.'s 50th Anniversary team in 1996.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT

PLACE

POINTS

MONEY

EVENT WINS
1973 Final

6

24

$7,200

100 Yard Dash
1978 Preliminary 1
N/A
N/A
N/A
None
TOTALS  

24

$7,200

1

PERSONAL BESTS
Tennis

4th

1973 Final
Bowling

123

1973 Final
Baseball Hit

5

1973 Final
Table Tennis

7th

1973 Final
100 Yard Dash

11.5

1973 Final
Half Mile Run

2:30.0

1973 Final
Bike Race - 1/2 Mile

1:34.5

1973 Final
Points Scored

24

1973 Final


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