April 21, 2006
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A 12-Year NBA veteran, Keith Erickson was a part of the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers championship team that went 69-13 that season. Erickson's NBA Career included stops with the San Francisco Warriors, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, and Phoenix Suns. Keith won two National Championships with the UCLA dynasty in the 60's under legendary coach, John Wooden. The 1964 UCLA championship team he played on set several records that season. They scored more points than any other UCLA team in history at that time, averaging 88.9 points a game. They also set a single game total record of 121 points. With their unmatched fast break and full-court press, they proved to the world that they were the nation's best.