Rewind: Live chat with former Husky center Todd MacCulloch
A native of Winnipeg, Todd MacCulloch played college basketball at the University of Washington and became one of the top centers in school history.
He was an all-Pac-10 First Team selection during his final two years at UW and in his final three seasons led the NCAA Divsion I in field-goal percentage (only the second player ever to accomplish the feat).
MacCulloch was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in the second round of the 1999 NBA draft and went on to play four seasons in the league, but was forced to forced to retire prematurely due to a genetic neuromuscular disorder that affected his feet.
After retiring, he focused his attention on pinball, a game he has been passionate about from an early age . He currently ranks 113th in the world in the International Flipper Pinball Association (IFPA) and will host this year's World Pinball Championship at his home on Bainbridge Island from June 8-10.
MacCulloch talked about his playing days at UW and in the NBA, his pinball career and much more in a live chat May 23 on seattletimes.com.