FATHER: Jimmy Walker, Providence (1965-1967)
SON: Jalen Rose, Michigan (1991-1994)

COMPLEX SAYS: Jimmy Walker held the NCAA's career scoring title for 38 years, averaged 30.4 points per game in his senior year, and became the number-one overall pick in the 1967 NBA draft. Jalen Rose was a part of the "Fab Five" at Michigan, which resulted in back-to-back appearances in the NCAA National Championship game. It was during his time at Michigan that Rose discovered that his father was Walker. Wow, that's kinda ill, on some Star Wars-type ish.