ROBERT 'BOB' DOUGLAS
Bob Douglas as the founder of the New York Renaissance basketball team, the first fully all-black professional black-owned basketball team. Douglas, who was nicknamed the "Father of Black Professional Basketball", owned and coached the Rens from 1923 to 1949, guiding them to a 2,318-381 record (.859). He was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame as a contributor in 1972, the first African American enshrined.
Leta Andrews is the winningest high school girls’ basketball coach in the country with 1,416 career wins. In 48 seasons as head coach, she has taken her team to 16 State Final Four appearances, winning the Texas state title in 1990. Andrews is member of the Texas High School Basketball Hall of Fame and the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. She coached the 2004 McDonald’s All-American Game. Andrews was named the NHSCA National High School Coach of the Year in 2007 and the 1993 Outstanding American Coach/Teacher of the Year by the Walt Disney Company.