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1964-1968 NCAA Final Four Basketball Program Lot of (3) with UCLA Dynasty

Lot Number 804

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The greatest dynasty in the history of men's college basketball is the UCLA Bruins of the 1960s-1970s. During the period 1962-1980, these West Coast wonders made it to the Final Four in the NCAA Tournament 14 times and with illustrious HOF coach John Wooden at the helm, the Bruins won 10 national championships in 12 seasons between 1964-1975. Three of UCLA's championship victories are represented by this 1964-1968 NCAA Finals program lot of (3), including their first and second titles. Featured are:


1964 NCAA Finals program from Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City (NM+) with team photos of Final Four participants UCLA (1st national championship), Michigan (1st Final Four), Duke and Kansas State, also pictured is tournament "Most Outstanding Player" Walt Hazard


1965 NCAA Finals program from Memorial Coliseum in Portland (NM) with team photos of Final Four participants UCLA (2nd national championship), Michigan, Princeton (1st Final Four) and Wichita State (1st Final Four); "MOP" was Bill Bradley


1968 NCAA Finals program from Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena (EX-MT) with team photos of Final Four participants UCLA (4th national championship), North Carolina, Ohio State and Houston; also pictured are four important HOFers with coaches John Wooden and Dean Smith, Houston Cougars star Elvin Hayes and tournament "MOP" Lew Alcindor of the Bruins, who would later be known as Kareem Abdul Jabbar



 
 
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