Sound off on 100 Years of Illinois basketball
One hundred years of Illinois basketball has provided a lot of memories. Use the comment section below to sound off on your favorite memory.
Illini Wonk hasn't even been around for half of the 100 years (okay not even one third), but the good memories are plentiful. The best might be the come-from-behind win at Minnesota in 2002 where Corey Bradford hit a couple of late threes and Frank Williams made the last second shot for a one-point victory and a share of the conference title.
More than 300 former Illinois basketball players, coaches and support staff will be in attendance, including Lou Henson who will have a street
in Champaign named after him. Go here
to see a list of former Illini who will be in attendance.
UDPATE: Steve Batterson of the Quad-City Times wrote an article entitled Century of memories
on this same topic.