Bo Kimble joined the show to talk about the 25th anniversary of Hank Gather’s death.
Kimble talked about that night. He said everyone there, including the professionals, failed to go get the defibrillator on campus. That’s one of the reasons he formed 44forlife.org.
Kimble said that after Gathers died the team played for the memory of Hank. “We put our sorrow into our play,” Kimble said.
Kimble also talked about Paul Westhead’s incredible offense at Loyola Marymount. “We averaged a record 124 points a game,” Kimble said.
Kimble explained that they shot within four seconds and then Gathers would run down the middle of the court and rebound over guards because the big men couldn’t make it down.