Former UCLA forward Dave Meyers passed away Friday at the age of 62.
The cause of death was cancer, the school said.
Meyers played under Coach John Wooden from 1972-75, helping to lead the Bruins to NCAA championships in 1973 and 1975. The '73 team finished 30-0.
Over three seasons, he finished with 1,046 career points, putting him No. 14 on the school's all-time scoring list. He averaged 11.8 points per game.
The 6-foot-8 forward was a consensus first-team All-American as a senior.
Earlier this year, he was inducted into the Pac-12 men's basketball hall of fame.
Born in San Diego, Meyers and his family later moved to La Habra, where he attended Sonora High. He led the school to a CIF-Southern Section Division 2-A title in 1971 and was named the player of the year.
After leaving UCLA, he played in the NBA with the Milwaukee Bucks from 1975-80.
Marques Johnson, who played with Meyers at UCLA and with the Bucks tweeted about Meyers: "Great teammate, family man and guy."