Osborne "Goose" Lockhart's career spanned 17 years with the Harlem Globetrotters. Known for his ball handling skills and sharp shooting, he is considered one of the greatest all-around athletes to ever wear the red, white and blue. Lockhart was a Florida high school basketball star at Miami Jackson High School, as part of the unbeaten (33-0) 1974 championship team known as the “Miami Jackson Five,” which included fellow Bahamian Mychal Thompson. He was selected in the sixth round of the 1978 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers after a standout career at the University of Minnesota. He was a three-year starter at Minnesota, scoring over 1,100 points during his college career and was team captain for the Gophers during his senior campaign. A native of Nassau, Bahamas, Lockhart was an outstanding soccer player, and at the age of 15 played for the Bahamas National Team in the 1971 Pan American games. He was inducted into the Bahamas Hall of Fame in 2013. He currently resides in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., where he serves as a coach and mentor at the Harmony Development Center. Lockhart received his Legends Ring during a special ceremony at Target Center in Minneapolis on March 30, 2019.