Brian Shaw - A Legend of the 'Dome

Brian Shaw
Sport: Men's Basketball
Position: Guard
Years: 1986-88
Hometown: Richmond, Calif.
Unveiled: February 13, 2010
  • An All-American selection in 1988 
  • An All-District pick in 1988
  • Named the 1988 Big West Player of the Year
  • A two-time All-Big West player
  • Helped the Gauchos to a school-record 22 victories in 1988
  • UCSB earned its first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament in 1988
  • The only player in Big West history to lead the league in rebounding and assists in the same season
  • In 1988, he led UCSB to two wins over UNLV. The Gauchos' win in Las Vegas ended the Runnin' Rebels' home winning streak at 28 games.
  • The only player in school history to record a triple-double, doing so five times
  • In a 96-78 win over 5th-ranked North Carolina State in 1987, he had 22 points, 20 rebounds, 10 assists, and three steals
  • Won a World Championship gold medal with Team USA in 1986
  • A first round draft pick of the Boston Celtics
  • As a member of the Miami Heat, he made a then-NBA record 10 three-pointers in a game
  • His final four seasons as an active NBA player were spent with the Los Angeles Lakers, with whom he won three NBA Championships
  • Currently a member of the Indiana Pacers' coaching staff

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