Larry Micheaux Selected for SWC Hall of Fame


(Patrick) #1

University of Houston Men’s Basketball great Larry Micheaux was announced as one of nine members for the 2018 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame class as announced by the Texas Sports Hall of Fame.

The Southwest Conference Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be held at a luncheon at 11 a.m., Monday, Sept. 10, at the Brown-Lupton University Union on the TCU campus in Fort Worth, Texas.

Micheaux was joined in the Hall of Fame class by Steve Atwater (Arkansas football); Tommy Bowman (Baylor men’s basketball); Victor Lopez (Rice track & field); Denny Holman (SMU men’s basketball); Brooks Kieschnick (Texas baseball), Curtis Dickey (Texas A&M football and track & field); Kurt Thomas (TCU men’s basketball) and Joe Barnes (Texas Tech football).


(Patrick) #2

For his impressive performances in the postseason, Micheaux was named to the NCAA Tournament All-Midwest Regional Teams in 1982-83. He joined Don Chaney, Elvin Hayes, Hakeem Olajuwon and Michael Young as the only Cougars in program history with multiple NCAA Tournament All-Regional Team appearances.

Micheaux ranks 22nd in Houston career history with 1,324 points and continues to rank fourth in school history with 89 wins and a .587 field goal percentage (554-of-943).


(Chris) #3

Congratulations Mr. Micheaux.


#4

“Mr. Mean”


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#7

Well deserved. Great guy. Once scored 20 points and 20 rebounds in a NBA game. The freaking Rockets cut Micheaux and opted for the atrocious, pathetic Granville Waiters. Unbelievable.

On a similar note, after the Rockets won their first NBA championship, the j erk holes cut Carl Herrera from the team just a couple of days afterward, and I think prior to all the public celebrations. First Class.


(Patrick) #8

It was the 2nd championship, but you’re correct, otherwise. Les Alexander wasn’t exactly the most sympathetic to human plights like he was for animals. Remember, he also traded Horry and Cassell just a few years later to bring in Barkley…a trade that didn’t work considering what those two went on and did in their careers.

Glad Fertita is in charge now.