Lunch with a Legend: Baylor Men’s Basketball Through the Years
Baylor Basketball letterwinner and radio host Pat Nunley (BBA '81, JD '84) led a panel discussion with former Baylor men's basketball players David Wesley (BS '09), Terry Black (BS '11), Greg Davis (BA '02, MA '06), Tweety Carter (BS '10), Quincy Acy (BA '12), and King McClure (BS '19). They discussed their time at Baylor and how the culture of Baylor men’s basketball has led the team toward this history-making season.
We heard from former players of Head Coach Scott Drew on his special approach to developing athletes physically, mentally and spiritually, and enjoy stories from some of the program’s most celebrated stars.
About the Moderator
Pat Nunley (Guard: 1978-1981)
Pat Nunley (BBA ’81, JD ’84) was a four-year starter for Baylor who played in 106 games from 1978 through 1981.
Nunley ranks 7th in program history with .825 free throw percentage, and held the single-season record for 38 years before Manu Lecomte broke it in 2018.
Nunley ranks 9th in program history with 93 career games started.
He is in his 40th season serving as a color analyst on Baylor Basketball broadcasts.
About the Panelists
David Wesley (Guard: 1990-1992)
Three-year starter at Baylor from 1990 through 1992, David Wesley (BS ’09) was named the 1992 Southwest Conference Player of the Year.
He averaged 13 points and 5 assists over a 14-year NBA career with the Brooklyn Nets, Boston Celtics, Charlotte Hornets, Houston Rockets and Cleveland Cavaliers. Currently, Wesley serves as a color analyst on New Orleans Pelicans TV broadcasts.
Wesley worked with 2008-09 Baylor Basketball team as student manager while completing his degree.
In 2007, he was inducted into the Baylor Athletics Hall of Fame.
Terry Black (Forward: 2000-2001)
Two-year starter at Baylor in 2000 and 2001, Terry Black (BS ’11) still holds a school record with 2.55 steals per game. Black earned first-team All-Big 12 honors as senior and helped the Bears to the team's first postseason appearance in 13 years.
One of his memorable performances includes a 2001 upset win over No. 6 Kansas with 20 points, including a pair of highlight-reel dunks, 6 rebounds and 4 steals.
His 8-year professional career took him to Europe with stops in Italy, Germany, South Korea and Finland. Black returned to Baylor and completed his degree in August 2011.
In 2015, Black was inducted into the Baylor Athletics Hall of Fame. He is also a member of Baylor’s 2006 All-Centennial Team.
Greg Davis (Forward: 2001-2002)
Two-year starter at Baylor in 2001 and 2002, Greg Davis (BA ’02, MA ’06) joined the Bears after two seasons at New Mexico.
Davis made 56 starts at Baylor and finished his career as the second-best shot blocker in program history with 1.3 blocks per game.
He graduated from Baylor in 2002 and earned a master’s degree in 2006. Davis joined Baylor Advancement in 2008, where he currently serves as associate vice president for development.
Tweety Carter (Guard: 2006-2010)
Tweety Carter played (BS ’10) in 131 games over four years at Baylor, including 89 starts. He helped lead Baylor to two NCAA Tournament appearances, including the 2010 Elite Eight.
Carter was the first McDonald’s All-American to sign with Baylor when he joined the Bears in 2006. He ranks 8th in program history with 1,437 career points and 3rd with 274 made 3-pointers.
Carter earned All-American honors after leading Big 12 in assists as senior.
Since graduating from Baylor in 2010, Carter has played professionally across Europe.
Quincy Acy (Forward: 2009-2012)
Four-year letterwinner from 2009 to 2012, Quincy Acy (BA ’12) played 139 games and made 66 starts at Baylor. He helped lead the Bears to Elite Eight appearances in 2010 and 2012 and set a school record by playing in 100 career victories.
Acy ranks 10th in program history with 1,360 career points, 2nd with 177 blocks and 6th with 828 rebounds. He earned the 2011 Big 12 Sixth Man Award and was a two-time All-Big 12 honoree.
Acy was selected by the Toronto Raptors in the 2012 NBA Draft and played 7 seasons in the NBA with the Raptors, Kings, Knicks, Mavericks, Nets and Suns.
King McClure (Guard: 2016-2019)
Four-year letterwinner from 2016 through 2019, King McClure (BS ’19) played in 129 games. Overcoming what was initially diagnosed as a career-ending heart condition as a freshman, McClure helped the Bears attain the first No. 1 national ranking and Sweet 16 berth in 2017.
One of his memorable performances includes a 2017 comeback from a 20 point deficit to defeat Louisville and win the 2017 Battle 4 Atlantis.
After graduating from Baylor, McClure became the youngest college basketball analyst ever hired by ESPN.
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