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Tito Ortiz
An American retired mixed martial artist. In the MMA world, he is known for his stints with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he is a former Light Heavyweight Champion, having held the title from 2000 to 2003. Along with fighters like Randy Couture and Chuck Liddell, he was one of the sport’s early stars.

Jamaal Wilkes
From 1974-1985, Mr. Wilkes played small forward for the Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Lakers, and Los Angeles Clippers.   An alumni  of UCLA, he is also a 4x NBA Champion with both the Lakers and the Warriors and a 4x NBA All-Star.  In his career, he has collected 14,644 points, 5,117 rebounds, and 2,050 assists.

Ralph Sampson
From 1983-1995, Mr. Sampson played center & power forward for the Houston Rockets, Golden State Warriors, Sacramento Kings, and Washington Bullets (now the Washington Wizards).  Mr. Sampson is a 4x NBA All-Star and NBA All-Star MVP.  He served as assistant head coach to the Phoenix Suns from 2012-2013.  In his career, he boasts 7,039 career points, 4,011 career rebounds, and 1,038 career assists.

Michael Cooper
From 1978-1990, Mr. Cooper played shooting  guard  and small forward for the Los Angeles Lakers.  He acted as assistant coach to the Lakers and Denver Nuggets and both head and assistant coach to the Los Angeles Sparks.  Mr. Cooper is a 5x NBA Champion with the Lakers and in his career, he has accrued 7,729 points, 3,666 assists, and 1,033 steals.

AC Green
From 1985-2001, Mr. Green played power forward for the Los Angeles Lakers, Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks, and Miami Heat.  Along with his Lakers team, he is a 3x NBA Champion and an NBA All-Star.  In his career, he collected 12,331 career points, 9,473 rebounds, 1,033 steals.

Norm Nixon
From 1977-1989, Mr. Nixon played point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers and the San Diego Clippers (now known as the Los Angeles Clippers.  In his career, Mr. Nixon has accumulated 12,065 career points, 6,386 career assists and 1,187 career steals.

Michael Cage
From 1984-2009, Mr. Cage played power forward and center for the Los Angeles Clippers, Seattle Sonics, Cleveland Cavaliers, Philadelphia 76ers, and the New Jersey Nets (now the Brooklyn Nets).  In his career, he has accrued 8,278 career points, 8,646 career rebounds and 1,050 career steals.

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James Moontasri
A retired Thai-American mixed martial artist, he competed in the Welterweight division.  Moontasri has competed in the RFA and the UFC divisions.  He was also the silver medalist in the 2007 Pan American Games in taekwondo.  Currently, he holds a 4th dan black belt in taekwondo, black belt in Muay Thai, and a purple belt in Jiu-Jitsu.  

Mark Campanaro
An alumni of Servite High School in Anaheim, California, Mr. Campanaro is an Italian American who played guard for the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos from 1975-1976.  He found his success in the Italian basketball league playing for five different teams from 1977-1993.

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Duane Cooper
A graduate of the University of Southern California, Mr. Cooper played point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers and the Phoenix Suns among many other teams.  He also played pre-season games for the Charlotte Hornets and the Toronto Raptors.

Rick Darnell
Mr. Darnell is a native of Anaheim, California and an alumni of Magnolia High School.  From 1970- 1975, Mr. Darnell played center for Cypress College, Indiana State University, and San Jose State University.

Andre Spencer
From 1986-2002, Mr. Spencer played forward for the Atlanta Hawks, Golden State Warriors, and Sacramento Kings, just to name a few.

Larry Spriggs
From 1981-1996 Mr. Spriggs played small forward for the Houston Rockets, Chicago Bulls, and Los Angeles Lakers among others.  Together with his team, the Los Angeles Lakers, Mr. Spriggs won the 1985 NBA Championship.

John Williams
From 1986-2002, John “Hot Rod” Williams played power forward and center for the Washington Bullets (now the Washington Wizards), Los Angeles Clippers, and Indiana Pacers.  In his career, “Hot Rod” Williams as accumulated a total of 4,406 career points, 2,201 career rebounds, and 1,262 career assists.