Most influential systems in college hoops

Nolan Richardson's "40 Minutes of Hell" has greatly influenced Shaka Smart's "Havoc." Getty Images

There’s a feeling in coaching that, unless you are named Henry Iba, Clair Bee, Pete Newell or a handful of others, you haven't invented anything in terms of basketball coaching strategy. Offensive strategies have come and gone for most of the last century with each defensive adjustment made to counter them, and the same can be said of defensive basketball.

That’s why -- in light of the last week’s Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Springfield, Massachusetts -- it’s important to remember that many of our greatest college coaches are still impacting the game long after they have retired.

Here are five Hall of Fame coaches whose style of play is being closely mirrored in today’s college basketball game with the same kind of success.