|Birthname||Rodney Clark Hundley|
|born on||26 October 1934 at 11:00 (= 11:00 AM )|
|Place||Charleston, West Virginia, 38n21, 81w38|
|Timezone||EST h5w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||02°33' 21°52 Asc. 23°23'|
American former professional basketball player and television broadcaster.
Hundley's life has revolved around the game of basketball. His love and talent for the game led him to achieve honors in high school and most notably during his college years. At West Virginia University, Hundley played to packed crowds at the Old Field House. His dribbling antics and daredevil maneuvers on the floor led to his popular nickname "Hot Rod" Hundley. He has most recently been known as the sports announcer for the Utah Jazz.
Sy Scholfield quotes Tom McEachin's book, "Hot Rod Hundley: 'You Gotta Love It, Baby'" (Sports Publishing LLC, 1998), p. 74, for the place and year, and p. 77, for the date and time from Hundley's mother: "Rodney was born on October 26 ... on a Friday morning at eleven o'clock."
- Vocation : Entertainment : TV host/ Personality
- Vocation : Sports : Basketball