Former Wildcat Khalid Reeves Selected to Pac-10 Hall of Honor
Nov. 7, 2003
TUCSON, Ariz. - Former University of Arizona men's basketball standout Khalid Reeves was selected for induction into the Pac-10 Hall of honor, the league announced Thursday.
Reeves, a UA letterwinner from 1990-94, set six single-season school records during a stellar senior campaign in which scored 848 points (the second-highest total in Pac-10 history) and averaged 24.2 points per game to lead the Wildcats to the 1994 Final Four. He earned six All-America honors in 1993-94, highlighted by a selection to the John R. Wooden Award All-America team, and was a first team all-Pac-10 pick as well.
A native of Queens, N.Y., Reeves scored in double figures in 97 of 128 career games played, including a career-high 40 points against Michigan in which he connected on 13-of-14 field goal attempts and 11-of-12 free throws. He helped Arizona to a four-year record of 105-24 (.814) and three Pac-10 championships. Reeves was Arizona's fifth first-round NBA draft pick, the 12th overall selection by the Miami Heat.
In addition to Reeves, the following individuals also will be inducted as part of the Hall's Class of 2004: Lafayette 'Fat' Lever (Arizona State), Jason Kidd (California), Ron Lee (Oregon), Mel Counts (Oregon State), Howard 'Howie' Dallmar (Stanford), Walt Hazzard (UCLA), Bob Boyd (USC), James Edwards (Washington), and George Raveling (Washington State).
Reeves is the third Wildcat to earn induction to the Pac-10 Hall of Honor, joining Sean Elliott (2002) and Steve Kerr (2003).
The 2004 Pac-10 Hall of Honor induction ceremonies will take place in Los Angeles on Wednesday, March 10, in conjunction with the 2004 Pac-10 men's basketball tournament.
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