LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 27: (L-R) Assistant coach Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (L) of the Los Angeles Lakers is congratulated by former Laker champions James Worthy and Magic Johnson after receiving his 2009 NBA Championship ring before the season opening game against the Los Angeles Clippers at Staples Center on October 27, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Magic Johnson took to Twitter to say Kareem-Abdul Jabbar is the greatest player in the history of college basketball.

The Lakers Hall of Famer noted that UCLA had only two losses during Jabbar’s tenure, while the NCAA banned dunking because of his dominance.

“Kareem Abdul-Jabbar/Lew Alcindor is decisively the undisputed GOAT of college basketball! During his 3 years at UCLA he led the Bruins to an 88-2 record, won 3 National Championships, was 3X National College Player of the Year, AND was 3X NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player,” Johnson wrote on his post.

“Because of Lew’s dominance, the NCAA changed the rules and banned dunking in college basketball. From that he created his famous sky hook!” Magic added.