I don't think he should.
I don't think he should.
anyway, at first I was like NO. but then I realized that's how nearly every PSD poster thinks... Okay so lets think BACK (ppl fail to do this) and not think present. Jamison was one of the best players for his time in North Carolina.. I forgot whether he was there 3 years or 4 but either way impressive in NC.
But if you dont win a ring you'd have to be a superstar at some point and he only was in North Carolina for a few years. So no
Oh come ON!
Like VC and Tmac, no.
Can a mod please change "Antwan" to "Antawn" thanks
I mean, the basketball HOF is by far the easiest to get into in all of sports, but I don't see it.
If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.
its the Basketball hall of fame not the NBA hall of fame so his college basketball career counts. He was a great college basketball player and had a solid NBA career he may not be 1st ballot but I think he will eventually get in
please stop it no never
he's a 20-10 guy for most of his carreer so what?
don't make it more easier than it allready is to make the hall.
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There's a right answer to this question. It's no.
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For me, it's really about what he does from here on out. I mean, if he pulls out the 6th man award this season and/or next, and wins two or three rings as a key figure in the rotations with LA, I think the Hall will look at that.... but that said, he'd have to be very production for LA the next couple of seasons.
His career totals are impressive, but part of that is the fact that players have longer careers these days. Moses Malone, Robert Parish and Kareem were all excpetions to the rule. Before the 80's rolled around, most guys played less than ten seasons. The really good ones played maybe 12 or 13. Now you get a lot of guys who are playing between 15-20. It is an indication that he has played at a fairly high level for a long time, but not, for me, an indication that he is HOF worthty.
So, for now I will say no, but he's got room to earn himslef a niche as the first guy off the bench for LA the next couple of seasons.
In his defence though, had he put up the kind of numbers he's put up, in LA or NY, I think people would look at his accomplishments differently. He really has played at a high level for a long time. But at the same time putting up nice numbers in a losing effort... it doesn't get you in the Hall. I feel the same way about Marbury.
Last edited by JasonJohnHorn; 10-18-2012 at 11:44 PM.
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