Michael Redd Inducted into the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame

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Redd Inducted into the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame

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Michael Redd was the first true freshman to lead the Big 10 in scoring. NBAE/Getty Images

Five former National Basketball Association players join Redd in a diversified class that includes two women who were collegiate stars, six coaches, a referee, a broadcaster and an outstanding college player whose contributions to the game didn’t end with his graduation.

Redd, who played three years at Ohio State and was a member of the Buckeyes’ 1999 Final Four team, is one of two former OSU stars in the 2009 class. The other is Dick Schnittker, an All-American in 1950. They will be the 17th and 18th Ohio State players inducted based on their performance at OSU.

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