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    Rodman, Mullin, Winter lead 2011 Hall of Fame class

    Dennis Rodman, Chris Mullin and a trio of coaching legends are part of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame's Class of 2011.

    Coaches Tex Winter, innovator of the "Triangle" offense, Stanford's Tara VanDerveer and Philadelphia University's Herb Magee were part of the class announced Monday at the Final Four in Houston.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=6289323

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    jamaal wilkes should have made it over mulling IMO , he was in the ballot.


    Im glad Gilmore is finally getting a recognizion he should have had gotten LOOOONG ago.


    And also nice seeing arvydas making it ( hey does people here not regualry say Manu and Pau wont make it to the Hof? still think so? )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellcrooner View Post
    jamaal wilkes should make it over mulling IMO
    ehhhh, I don't know man. What is your case for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye15 View Post
    ehhhh, I don't know man. What is your case for it?
    All stars, All league defesnive teams RINGS ( and not only as a third wheel in L.A also as second man at helm in Warriors) ncaa title with ucla....
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    it's nice to see Arvydas Sabonis getting recognition

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    MULLIN MULLIN MULLIN MULLIN. woot!

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    If Rodman can get in, now I know Alonzo Mourning is in for sure.

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    congrats to the worm

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    Mullin!!!! glad he is getting the recognition. congrats to the other guys too.

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    this is some bull, why not Bernard King?
    misery! lol

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    Glad The Worm got in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Knicks View Post
    this is some bull, why not Bernard King?
    I mean, Bernard was a really good player 2-3 years of his career, but other than that, he was just an above average efficiency SG that shot a lot. 4 all star games are his entire award collection, along with a couple 1st team all NBA appearances. I think he should go in before Reggie, but he really didn't dominate long

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    nba hall of fame is a joke, they have like 10 people every year but i guess it is basketball in general..im happy they got arvydas sabonis out there...he was that good back then in his hey days

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    from what i heard before, people say he was one of the most talented center ever in the 80's

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    Quote Originally Posted by yangx620 View Post
    from what i heard before, people say he was one of the most talented center ever in the 80's
    if not the most talented

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