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Robinson, Summitt to be inducted into FIBA Hall of Fame

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The Canadian Press
5/27/2013 10:16:06 AM
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David Robinson, Pat Summitt and Teresa Edwards headline the 2013 FIBA Hall of Fame class.

Robinson won two gold medals and a bronze in the Olympics, playing for the U.S. on the 1988, 1992 and 1996 teams. He's the Americans' all-time leading rebounder and shot blocker in the Olympics and No. 2 scorer.

The all-time leader in victories in college basketball, Summitt won a silver medal as a player on the 1976 Olympic team and guided the U.S. to gold in 1984. She is one of only two American women to win a medal as both a player and head coach, joining Anne Donovan.

Edwards helped the U.S. win four gold medals and a bronze in her five Olympics from 1984-2000. She's the Americans' all-time assists leader and is in the top 10 in scoring and rebounding.

The induction ceremony will be June 19.

Pat Summitt (Photo: The Canadian Press)

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