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Doug McInstosh is a retired American basketball player and is currently a pastor. He won two national championships at UCLA and appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine in 1965.

McIntosh, a center from Lily High School in Lily, Kentucky, went West to play college basketball for future Hall of Fame coach John Wooden at the University of California at Los Angeles. He was a key reserve for the Bruins as they won their first national title in 1964 - playing 30 minutes in the championship game against Duke and grabbing 11 rebounds. McIntosh became a starter for his junior and senior seasons, anchoring the pivot for Wooden's 1965 champions as a junior. For his Bruin career, McIntosh scored 543 points (6.4 per game) and 486 rebounds (5.7 per game).

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