The Great Hall Of Fame Debate

, on August 10, 2014 , 1:03PM


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The Starters debate which current and recently retired NBA players should make the Hall of Fame with a focus on Vince Carter, Shawn Marion, and Derek Fisher.



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2 Responses to “The Great Hall Of Fame Debate”

  1. nick says:

    c’mon, surely you can give us the videos of the summer pods.

  2. Guy says:

    Great show guys. Remember that Shawn Marion came up a few times this season if he was hall of fame material.

    Had a look through the list of current players to try and find a few more challenging picks.
    Billups – Probably. Finals MVP. Bunch of all-stars. Well regarded.
    Ben Wallace – Definitely. On hair alone plus that nasty block on Shaq (Det vs Heat)
    Elton Brand – Dominant early half of career. Possibly. Similar to Amare who we will get to.
    Al Jefferson – If production keeps up for 4 more seasons, probably. A big man-Mitch Richmond scenario.
    Joe Johnson – The numbers will be there. Probably
    Andre Miller – A bit of an odd one like Marion but he is top 10 assists. Probably.
    Josh Smith – He’ll have some intriguing numbers. Marion-esque. Never being an all star though hurts. Probably not.
    Amare Stoudemare – A Bernard King scenario? Great first half, very dominant on offense. Cut down by injuries.
    Monta Ellis – Posibily, this stretch with the Mavs will be key. Plus he has it all.

    The hardest one for me:
    Jason Terry – Such a key piece of those Mavs teams. He was the number 2 scoring option. However numbers wise probably not likely.

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