20) At Indiana State, Wooden completed his master's degree in education.

21) "Learn as if you were to live forever; live as if you were to die tomorrow."

22) In 1947, Wooden's basketball team received an invitation to the NAIB tournament in Kansas City. Wooden refused the invitation, citing the NAIB's policy banning African American players.

23) In 1948, the NAIB changed its policy and Wooden led Indiana State to another conference title.

24) That same year, Wooden guided his team to the NAIB final, losing to Louisville — the only loss by a Wooden team in a college championship game.

25) Wooden was inducted into the Indiana State Athletic Hall of Fame on Feb. 3, 1984.

26) His top salary while coach at UCLA was $35,000.

27) Wooden turned down an offer to coach the Lakers from owner Jack Kent Cooke that may have been 10 times what UCLA was paying him.

28) The record Wooden is the most proud of — his Bruins teams won 19 conference championships.

29) Wooden was awarded the 1932 Big Ten Conference medal for outstanding merit and proficiency in scholarship and athletics.

30) He was the first person inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame both as a player (class of 1961) and as a coach (1973).

31) "The main ingredient of stardom is the rest of the team."

32) Wooden disliked the nickname the "Wizard of Westwood."

33) At UCLA he won 664 games in 27 seasons and 10 NCAA titles.

34) Wooden's UCLA teams won seven consecutive NCAA championships from 1967 to 1973.

35) His UCLA teams had a record winning streak of 88 games and four 30-0 seasons.

36) His Bruins won 38 straight NCAA tournament games and a record 98 straight home games at Pauley Pavilion.

37) In 1967, he was named the Henry Iba Award USBWA college basketball coach of the year.

38) In 1972, he was honored as Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year.

39) Wooden coached his final game at Pauley Pavilion on March 1, 1975, a 93-59 victory over Stanford.