Don MacLean 2020

Don MacLean, 2020

Don was a HS All-American at Simi Valley and the first big recruit of the Jim Harrick UCLA era in the late 1980s. He averaged 31.5 ppg and 12 rebounds while scoring a record over 1,000 points his senior HS season. He went on to become the all-time leading UCLA men’s and Pac-10 conference scorer while sparking UCLA into the NCAA Tournament and going as far as the Elite 8 in 1992.

The 6-10 MacLean was a collegiate All-American, 3-time Pac-10 selection and Pac-10 Freshman of the Year. He was a first round NBA draft pick of the Detroit Pistons (traded to Washington on draft day) and had a 10-year NBA career before retiring, including winning the NBA Most Improved Player award. He now works as a lead color commentator for the Pac-12 TV Network and does LA Clippers games for Fox Sports and is a radio contributor on 570 am. He is also the director of the Conejo Valley Basketball Club. He was inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002 and the Pac-12 Conference Hall of Honor.