• Greg Lee, UCLA guard under coach John Wooden, dies at 70

    11 days ago - By Bésame

    LOS ANGELES - Greg Lee, who helped UCLA to consecutive national championships in 1972 and '73 as a starting guard under coach John Wooden, has died. He was 70.
    Lee died at a San Diego hospital on Wednesday from an infection related to an immune disorder, the university said Thursday after being informed by his wife, Lisa.
    Lee became a starting guard on the varsity team as a sophomore in 1971-72, alongside Bill Walton and Jamaal Wilkes. The Bruins had a 30-0 record while winning games by an average margin of over 30 points. They beat Florida State 81-76 in the national title game.
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