The UCLA Basketball All-Time Team

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Dec 10, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Pac-12 Networks broadcaster and analyst Don MacLean (left) interviews UCLA Bruins guard Norman Powell (4) after the game against the UC Riverside Highlanders at Pauley Pavilion. UCLA defeated UC Riverside 77-66. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

2. Don MacLean 1988-92

UCLA and the Pac-12 Conference’s All-Time leading scorer (2,608 points) should have been nicknamed “Automatic”. That is what he was. Automatic from nearly every spot on the floor and ended his UCLA Basketball career with a field goal percentage of .531. In his final three years, he made the All-Pac-10 team.

MacLean’s attitude and flare drove the Bruins. He had a tough presence under the rim and was force to be reckoned with when he had the ball. If he was not draining mid-range jumpers, he was taking it to the hole with authority.

Though he received several personal accolades, MacLean only won the Pac-12 Conference once, which was during his senior year. That was also the year MacLean had his deepest run in the NCAA Tournament as the Bruins made it to the Elite Eight.

MacLean played in the NBA from 1991-2001 with multiple teams. He is currently a college basketball analyst and a member of the Los Angeles Clippers broadcast team.

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