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Katrina McClain Named As Member Of Basketball Hall Of Fame 2012 Class

Former Bulldogs star Katrina McClain Johnson is headed to the Naismith Hall of Fame.

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Former Georgia Bulldogs standout and two-time Olympic gold medalist Katrina McClain Johnson has been selected to the 2012 Naismith Hall Of Fame class, along plenty other notable names.

Known as McClain at the time, she was a two-time All-American ('86 and '87) just before winning her first gold medal in 1988. McClain's '96 medal, of course, was won in Atlanta.

Georgia's record was 116-15 when McClain played on the team. She holds Olympic records in rebounding and has been a member of 11 USA Basketball teams.

Here is a look at the complete list of 2012 inductees:

Reggie Miller

Don Nelson

Jamaal Wilkes

Chet Walker

Mel Daniels, former ABA star for the Pacers.

Ralph Sampson

Katrina McClain, two-time Olympic champion

Hank Nichols, official

All American Red Heads, the first women's professional basketball team

Don Barksdale, one of the first African-American players in the league

Lidia Alexeeva, former Soviet Union women's player

Phil Knight, co-founder of Nike

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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.