Jason Kidd was the lone Cal player to find a spot on the 20-man Pac-12 All-Century Team, released Tuesday by the conference.
Kidd, the 1994 Pac-10 Player of the Year and a consensus All-American that season, landed a spot on a star-studded roster that featured 10 UCLA players.
Other finalists from Cal were guard Kevin Johnson, forwards Shareef Abdur-Rahim and Lamond Murray and centers Darrall Imhoff and Bob McKeen.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, known as Lew Alcindor during his UCLA playing days, was chosen the Player of the Century and John Wooden was Coach of the Century.
Three former Cal coaches were finalists for the award: Pete Newell, Mike Montgomery and Nibs Price.
Here’s the full 20-man team:
GUARDS: Gary Payton, Oregon State; Gail Goodrich, UCLA; Jason Kidd, Cal; Walt Hazzard, UCLA; Harold Miner, USC; Ron Lee, Oregon; Paul Westphal, USC; Damon Stoudamire, Arizona.
FORWARDS: Sean Elliott, Arizona; Marques Johnson, UCLA; Sidney Wicks, UCLA; Jamaal Wilkes, UCLA; Reggie Miller, UCLA; Hank Luisetti, Stanford; Don MacLean, UCLA; Ed O’Bannon, UCLA.
CENTERS: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, UCLA; Bill Walton, UCLA; Mel Counts, Oregon State; Bob Houbregs, Washington.
PLAYER OF THE CENTURY: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, UCLA.
COACH OF THE CENTURY: John Wooden, UCLA.