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Nolan Richardson Selected For Hall of Fame

Yahoo! Sports is reporting the legendary former Arkansas coach has been selected for the Hall of Fame, which will officially be announced on Monday.

Spencer Haywood a HOF Finalist Again


Spencer Haywood deserves to be in the Hall of Fame.

Nolan Richardson, Eddie Sutton Finalists for HOF


Both former Razorback coaches are finalists to be enshrined in Springfield.

BYU Basketball's all-time starting five


There have been a lot of great players in the history of BYU Basketball, but only five could make our all-time starting lineup.

The (weak) case against Dennis Rodman.

The Hall of Fame is not for supporting players. Here are Rodman's scoring averages for his three seasons with the Bulls: 5.5, 5.7 and 4.7 points. And if you're going to tell me that scoring isn't everything, I agree with you, but would also note that the Hall of Fame isn't for players averaging four or five points a game. Even though the majority of Rodman's shot attempts came on put-backs close to the basket, his shooting accuracy never reached 50 percent in Chicago, and it was 43.1 in his final season there. He couldn't create his own shot and let's not even talk about him as a perimeter shooter. Oh, what the heck, let's talk about it -- he averaged 23 percent on three-pointers for his career. Rodman was a great defensive player and bebounder, but both must be viewed through the prism of his having limited offensive responsibility.

Basketball Hall Of Fame: Chris Mullin, Al Attles Two Golden State Warriors Finalists


Chris Mullin and Al Attles of the Golden State Warriors are two of the dozen Basketball Hall of Fame finalists.

The G.O.A.T. Speaks: Cynthia Cooper-Dyke on Dishin & Swishin


Cynthia Cooper-Dyke -- the newest member of the Naismith Hall of Fame and the first WNBA star to be so elected -- spoke to Dishin & Swishin on her beginnings, playing in Europe with no WNBA around,...

2009 Basketball Hall of Fame Class + Michael Jordan's Webground


A look at the legendary Michael Jordan and the 2009 Basketball Hall of Fame inductees.

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