White played 10 seasons for the Celtics and helped lead the team to N.B.A. championships in 1974 and 1976.
As the first black varsity basketball player in Southeastern Conference history, he distinguished himself on the court while battling racism.
Jones, an A.B.A. All-Star, was a longtime broadcaster for the Portland Trail Blazers and reached a national audience through ESPN, NBC and other networks.
Hamblen, a longtime N.B.A. presence, was a coach on the bench with Jackson in Chicago and Los Angeles during seven championship seasons.