The 2024 selections for the Southern California Basketball Hall of Fame have a great history from high school, college, and the NBA. The group will be honored with the upcoming 2025 HOF class on Sunday, May 4, 2025 at the Anaheim Highway 39 Event Center with a Charity Dinner. Headlining the selections are 2012 Olympic Gold Medalist and NBA champion Tyson Chandler from Dominguez High School and 1998 Naismith Hall of Fame pick Alex Hannum, who won as head coach two NBA and one ABA championships after being a standout player at USC and starting at Hamilton High School.

Brandon Jennings, who played at Dominguez HS, was the first player to ever jump from high school to being a European professional before the NBA. He was selected along with UCLA 1995 NCAA champions Tyus Edney from Long Beach Poly HS and Toby Bailey from Loyola. Also, part of the 2024 class from UCLA are Verbum Dei CIF champion and Bruin standout point guard Roy Hamilton and Perris HS and Bruin All-American Maylana Martin Douglas, who was a lottery WNBA selection.

Two other women were also selected for the Hall of Fame. Brea-Olinda HS All-American, CIF and California State Champion Jody Anton Wynn, who was a college standout at USC and the new coach at Mater Dei, and Toya DeCree Holiday, who was an All-City player at Kennedy HS in Granada Hills, and a standout for both Arizona State and USIU in San Diego. She is the mother of the three NBA Holidays (Jrue, Justin, and Aaron), and works at Campbell Hall HS.

Two tremendous high school coaching greats were also selected. Mater Dei’s Kevin Kiernan, who is the winningest girls’ coach in California History, including three State Titles and Westchester’s Ed Azzam, who became the State’s all-time winningest boys’ coach, including six California State titles.

Some of the best players in history also selected for the SoCal HOF include Cedric Ceballos from Dominguez HS, Ventura College and Cal State Fullerton, who was a second round NBA pick. He played professionally for over 20 years, including with the Harlem Globetrotters. Jelani Gardner was a HS All-American at St. John Bosco, an all-around college standout at California and Pepperdine, and a professional player for over 10 years. Adam Keefe was a dominating CIF player at Woodbridge in Orange County, then a first round NBA selection after a wonderful Pac-10 career at Stanford. He had over a 10-year professional career.

Dana and David Pump have been fixtures in grass roots basketball for almost 40 years while growing up in Northridge. Double Pump basketball has been stable at every level of basketball success. The twins also have run the charity Harold Pump Foundation for over 25 years, raising millions of dollars to combat cancer. They both graduated from Cal State Northridge.

Here is the complete list of Southern California Basketball Hall of Fame members.

2024 SCBBHOF HONOREES: Jody Anton Wynn, Ed Azzam, Toby Bailey, Cedric Ceballos, Tyson Chandler, Toya DeCree Holiday, Tyus Edney, Jelani Gardner, Roy Hamilton, Alex Hannum, Brandon Jennings, Adam Keefe, Kevin Kiernan, Maylana Martin Douglas, Lifetime: Dana & David Pump

2023 SCBBHOF HONOREES: Terri Bamford, Bob Boyd, Rich Branning, Lou Cvijanovich, Sa’de Wiley-Gatewood, Kris Johnson, Bill Laimbeer, Greg Lee, Giuliana Mendiola, Willie Naulls, Dwayne Polee Sr., Jeanette Pohlen, Jerry Tarkanian, Freeman Williams, Lifetime: Rainer Wulf

2022 SCBBHOF HONOREES: Bill Armstrong, Stacey Augmon, Jay Bilas, Mitchell Butler, Michael Cooper, Keith Erickson, Nicole Erickson, David Greenwood, Ebony Hoffman, Andre Miller, Eugenia Miller Rycraw, Paul Pierce, Tayshaun Prince, Lorenzo Romar, Willie West, Jr., Candice Wiggins, Lifetime: Steve Fryer

2021 SCBBHOF HONOREES: Rick Adelman, Gilbert Arenas, Joe Caldwell, Baron Davis, Nancy Dunkle, Gail Goodrich, Dennis Johnson, Steve Kerr, Raymond Lewis, David Meyers, Reggie Miller, Harold Miner, Anita Ortega, Byron Scott, Linda K. Sharp, Reggie Theus, Tina Thompson, Sidney Wicks, John Williams, George Yardley. Lifetime: Eric Sondheimer

2020 SCBBHOF HONOREES: Jarron Collins, Jason Collins, Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, Jim Harrick, Casey Jacobsen, Marques Johnson, Lisa Leslie, Don MacLean, Gary McKnight, Ann Meyers Drysdale, Cheryl Miller, Tracy Murray, Pete Newell, Ed O’Bannon, Miles Simon, Kiki VanDeWeghe, Bill Walton, Paul Westphal, Jamaal Wilkes, Leon Wood. Lifetime: Frank Burlison

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The Southern California Basketball Hall of Fame (SCBBHOF) was founded in 2019, and honors legendary local basketball players, coaches, and contributors while supporting youth efforts through its 501c3 charity (81-3695316).  The latest event to honor the 2022 and 2023 induction classes is Sunday night, September 17 at the Hwy 39 Event Center in Anaheim.

Southern California Basketball Hall of Fame

The Southern California Basketball Hall of Fame (SCBBHOF) honors legendary local basketball players & coaches while supporting youth playing through charity donations. The non-profit covers all areas of Southern California from Los Angeles to Orange County to San Diego, Inland Empire and up to Santa Barbara.

2022-23 Southern California Basketball Hall of Fame Induction Class

Front row (L to R): Sa’de Wiley-Gatewood, Ebony Hoffman, Reynaldo Brown (for Bill Armstrong), Jeanette Pohlen, Nicole Erickson, Eugenia Miller, Lorenzo Romar, Willie West Jr., Giuliana Mendiola, Rich Branning, Steve Fryer (Lifetime), Terri Bamford, Stacey Cvijanovich (for Lou Cvijanovich). Second Row (L to R): Michael Cooper, Stacey Augmon, Marques Johnson, Tayshaun Prince, David Greenwood. Back Row (L to R): Kris Johnson, Mitchell Butler, Jay Bilas, Rainer Wulf (Lifetime). Missing Andre Miller (Photo by Jim Wolf).

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