The Star's picks for the 100 best athletes, teams and moments.
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One of Tucson's top prep basketball players ever, Lafayette "Fat" Lever was a two-time NBA All-Star after starring at Pueblo High School and Arizona State.
Vance Johnson, a Cholla High School graduate, won an NCAA championship in the long jump and went on to play on three Super Bowl teams. As an Arizona Wildcats freshman, he started four games at tailback in 1981. The following season, he earned All-Pac-10 first-team honors.
Considered perhaps the top golfer from Tucson, Ed Updegraff played in the Masters six times and on three U.S. Walker Cup teams. He won the 1999 Bob Jones Award, the United States Golf Association's top yearly honor.
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