When The Hall Of Fame Just Isn’t Enough

Posted: 12th September 2009 by Adamo Digby in NBA
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As most sports fans are no doubt aware, this weekend sees the enshrinement of Michael Jordan into the NBA Hall of Fame. It has been discussed, on this site and across the world that more should be done to honor a man who is undoubtedly the greatest player ever to grace the hardwood. Adamo Digby gives his verdict. Many athletes, in many sports are routinely called great. Of these players, only a small number truly live up to that tag, and when discussing true greats, most fall firmly into one of two distinct categories. Firstly, and easiest to identify are the stat monsters, players whose sheer numbers, whatever the sport, demand instant respect. Examples of this are Wilt Chamberlain and his phenomenal points per game stats, Bill Russell's championship rings count, Walter Payton's running y ...

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