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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3 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.

  3. Roy says:

    Whoa how do you skip Chis Bosh as a future hall of famer but tag D Wade? Rashard Lewis not mentioned either he makes 3′s and got that huge contract. How long does Dwight Howard have to play to be considered in the hall of fame no brainer? Does Shaq get in first time in 2017 or will it take a few years?

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