Mark Worthington, Melissa Marsh and Justin Eveson will be honoured for their outstanding careers on Saturday night with induction into the Basketball WA Hall of Fame.
The ceremony, which will take place during the Basketball WA Awards night, will see the trio become the second set of Hall of Fame inductees following last year’s launch.
Worthington played for Australia at two Olympic Games, Marsh is the games record holder at the Perth Lynx and Eveson won a Paralympic gold medal as one of the biggest names in his sport.
Eveson lost his right leg below the knee in an accident at just 12 and turned to swimming where he won a silver and bronze medal at the 2000 Paralympics. But after switching to wheelchair basketball, despite never living in a wheelchair, he became one of the world’s most dominant players.
Such was his influence, he won the Sandy Blythe Medal in 2008 as Australia’s…