2017 NBA Hall of Famers anounced here are my picks
These NBA hall of famer class is starting to get all of the guys out from my childhood. It’s weird to see all of these guys coming out now as well as some people that I’m pretty surprised about. I like that some of these in this class are WNBA players that should get in on this ballet.
— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) February 18, 2017
Tracy was the ultimate buy a player in the NBA. He played for a million different teams and never won anything with any of them. The style he played was fun to watch the guy could jump threw the roof but he never really made his team better like a major superstar. I don’t think he even made it out of the first round of the playoffs. He still had a great career being in the top 50 players in the NBA when he played. If we are being made to choose you have too put this guy into the Hall. Tracy was a 7 time all star and a 2 time scoring champion. With this not being a deep class and his name one of the most notable, I’m sure he will get in.
I’ll always like him from his Michigan days but I think as a pro he was a little underwhelming. He was drafted 1st overall in 93 and immediately got shipped to Golden state for Penny Hardaway and three future first round picks. That is a ridiculous trade. He was rookie of the year with a 17-9 line for the season. Chris will be most well known for his time on Sacramento where he ended up getting 5 all star bids. He had his best years there but this guy played for a million teams too. Webber really just could never stay healthy to mount any consistent runs in the NBA. He played in the league for 15 years but never played in all 82 games in a season 7 of those season he didn’t even play 50. I think this guy’s name is better than his NBA career. He will get in I think too just because of that.
I think that Tim Hardaway by far had the best career out of all of these guys. He should be the no doubt guy in this whole group. If we are going to compare he has the same type of stats as the previous two. He was a 5 time all star. Only difference is he has had some playoff success. Never winning a championship but being one of the leaders on those great Golden state warriors teams in the early 90’s with Chris Mullen and Mitch Richmond. This will be his 3rd round up for the Hall so I think he has waited enough time and should get in.
She is one of the best players to ever play in the WNBA. I think the only thing putting her behind maybe in the voting is she played pro only for a short time 97-03. She won a championship in 95 at Uconn going 35-0. She won a gold metal in 96. Rebecca made it to the WNBA championship the next year on the New York Liberty but lost to the Houston Comets. That is a heck of a 3 year stint. She has already been elected to the Women’s basketball Hall of Fame and should be in this one too.