i dont think so...duke has never really put out any good quality nba players no duke player has been succcesful in my opininonThere is no Pro Basketball or NBA Hall of Fame. The Basketball Hall of Fame is littered with players you have never heard of who never played in the NBA. Women players, foreign players, college players, all end up in the same hall of fame.
The first player that played at least one season with the Cowboys to be inducted into the Hall of Fame was Forrest Gregg who played with the Cowboys in the 1971 season and was inducted in 1977. The first player that played primarily with the Cowboys that made the Hall of Fame was Bob Lilly who spent his entire career with the team (1961-1974) and made the Hall of Fame in 1980.
The player gets to choose which team's hat/helmet will represent him in the Hall of Fame.
No. While he was first player from the Colts elected to the Hall of Fame, he only played for them in Baltimore.
Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Gibson played for the Globetrotters in 1957.
Through the 2008 inductions, the last player that played for the Eagles that made the Hall of Fame was WR Art Monk who played with the Eagles in 1995. Prior to that it was Reggie White who played for the Eagles between 1985-1992 and was inducted in 2006.
this question makes no sense.
Karl Malone was a professional basketball player in the NBA that played for the Utah Jazz team. He was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2010.
The most famous of which is Jim Brown the Hall of Fame Running Back who is also a Hall of Fame Lacrosse player.