NEW CASTLE, Ind. — The inductees for the 2020 class of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame have been announced.
The honorees include coaches and players who found success on the hardwood at the high school, college and NBA levels.
Two of the inductees served in WWII and returned to play collegiate basketball.
One of the inductees, Davage Minor, was the first African American from Indiana to play in the NBA. Another player found short-lived success on the NFL gridiron.
The 59th class will be honored on Wednesday, March 25, 2020.
Bill Berberian Thornton (IL) 1942
Wally Cox Broad Ripple 1954
Alan Darner * West Lafayette (OH) 1964
Ted Guzek * Hammond Morton 1954
Mark James Martinsville 1973
Lyndon Jones Marion 1987
John Lee New Castle 1960
Davage Minor * Gary Froebel 1941
Dick Nyers Indianapolis Manual 1952
Kirby Overman Carthage 1958
Bob Purkhiser * Bluffton 1961
Jerry Reynolds Springs Valley 1962
Ray Roesner * Holland 1953
Mark Siegel * Pike 1977
Terry Stotts Bloomington North 1976
Joe Sutter Marion 1969
Steve Yoder Plymouth 1958
Indiana Pacers Silver Medal:
Jim Kessler Northwest (MO) 1966
Paul White * Franklin 1920
* – deceased
(PHOTO: Courtesy of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame)