David Robinson, Teresa Edwards and Pat Summitt to be inducted into FIBA Hall of Fame

David Robinson, Pat Summitt and Teresa Edwards headline the 2013 FIBA Hall of Fame class.

Robinson won two gold medals and a bronze in the Olympics, playing for the U.S. on the 1988, 1992 and 1996 teams. He's the Americans' all-time leading rebounder and shot blocker in the Olympics and No. 2 scorer.

The all-time leader in victories in college basketball, Summitt won a silver medal as a player on the 1976 Olympic team and guided the U.S. to gold in 1984. She is one of only two American women to win a medal as both a player and head coach, joining Anne Donovan.

Edwards helped the U.S. win four gold medals and a bronze in her five Olympics from 1984-2000. She's the Americans' all-time assists leader and is in the top 10 in scoring and rebounding.

The induction ceremony will be June 19.