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The 2014 College Basketball Hall of Fame class will feature two LSU Basketball legends in Shaquille O'Neal, and coach Dale Brown. Grant Hill (Duke) and Darrell Griffith (Louisville) will also be apart of the class that will be inducted on Sunday, Nov. 23, in Kansas City, MO. Per,

Brown led LSU to two Final Four and four Southeastern Conference titles in 25 years. The pair is part of a class that will be inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame on Sunday, Nov. 23, at the Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland in Kansas City as part of a three-day celebration of college basketball.

O'Neal finished his career fifth in scoring with 1,941 points and second in rebounds at LSU with 1,217. He had a career record of 64-29 in three years at LSU and set LSU records for blocks in a game, season and career.
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