Ohio State also has four: Fred Taylor (coach), Jerry Lucas, John Havlicek, and Bobby Knight (player at OSU - HOF coach)
When Michael Jordan is enshrined in September '09, he will be the ninth former Tar Heel to be enshrined in the Hall of Fame. The others are Larry Brown, Ben Carnevale, Billy Cunningham, Bob McAdoo, Frank McGuire, Dean Smith, Roy Williams, and James Worthy.
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.
There are 31 Celtics in the Basketball Hall of Fame. This includes players, coaches, GM.
No, they do not get paid for being in the Hall of Fame. Being in the Hall of Fame is an honor, not a job or reward. The players get paid millions while they were playing; it is not necessary for them to earn more as an NBA Hall of Fame inductee.
hall of fame
Unlike baseball and American football, basketball does not have a Hall of Fame specifically for professional athletes. The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame honors players and coaches of all levels (amateur and professional) of basketball from all around the world. It was established in 1959.
The Hall of Fame is officially known as the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and is located in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Australian Basketball Hall of Fame was created in 1998.
Women's Basketball Hall of Fame was created in 1999.
There are 278 members in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and 91 members in the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. Click on the 'Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame' link below to see the members and click on the 'Women's Basketball Hall of Fame' to see those members.
· Walt Frazier (NBA Hall of Fame)