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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Tom Gola
Tom Gola, the Hall of Famer who led La Salle to the 1954 NCAA title, still holds the Division I record for career rebounds and helped the Philadelphia Warriors win the 1956 NBA championship, died Sunday. He was 81.
Gola led La Salle to the 1952 NIT title and a runner-up finish in the 1955 NCAA tournament. He set the NCAA Division I record for career rebounds with 2,201 and scored 2,461 points.
"My job was to guard the opponents' best guard — Jerry West, Oscar Robertson, Bill Sharman — and be a playmaker," said Gola, who entered the Hall of Fame in 1976.
"My job was to guard the opponents' best guard - Jerry West, Oscar Robertson, Bill Sharman - and be a playmaker," said Gola, who entered the Hall of Fame in 1976.