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Bill Self wins Hall of Fame’s humanitarian award

Kansas Jayhawks head coach Bill Self has earned a new piece of hardware for his trophy case. This week, Self was named a recipient of the Basketball Hall of Fame’s Mannie Jackson Human Spirit award. Self’s work with the Assists Foundation...Show More Summary

2015 Basketball HOF Class Announced

The Basketball Hall of Fame has announced their latest Class for 2015.As all of you know, we here at Notinhalloffame.com only rank players and have not yet branched out to coaches and administrators, thus there are no rankings associated...Show More Summary

2015 Basketball HOF Finalists announced

It is NBA All Star Game Weekend and with the sporting world tuned into the world of hoops it is the perfect time for them to announce the Finalists for the Basketball Hall of Fame. The Basketball Hall of Fame does not reflect only the Pro Game in the NBA but the International, College, and Women’s game. Show More Summary

A final look at this year's Hoops HOF Class

As many of you know, the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame inducted their Class of 2014 in Springfield, Massachusetts this weekend. Rather than generate criticism on their process (which we have done often), and the ceremony itself (which we will do in a lengthy piece on the site next weekend), let’s take one final look at those who entered the Hall. Show More Summary

Lisa Leslie headlines Women's Basketball HOF Class

Today the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame has announced their Class of 2015; the 17th Class that the Knoxville, Tennessee based institution has inducted. The unarguable headliner of this Class is Lisa Leslie, who led the United States to four consecutive Gold Medals in the Olympics. Show More Summary

Dikembe Mutombo now #1 on our Basketball List

We here at Notinhalloffame.com are very pleased to unveil this year’s version of the Basketball List. This is for those who should be considered for the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. This particular Hall, does not just focus on the Professional game, but encompasses the College, International and the Women’s game. Show More Summary

Gary Payton #1 on revised Basektball List!

With the 2012-13 season NBA season set to tip off, there is no better time for us at Notinhalloffame.com to unveil the revised Basketball list for the year. Followers of this site and of the Basketball Hall of Fame know that it is one of the post perplexing institutions that we have ever seen. Show More Summary

Basketball 2014 Class set

If you have been paying attention to the Basketball Hall of Fame (and a lot of NBA fans don’t) you have heard the trickling in of names to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2014. This is a common occurrence, as annually names...Show More Summary

Next up...

As we like to do often here at Notinhalloffame.com, we like to keep you aware of what we are working on in the coming weeks.This weekend the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame will be announcing their 2014 Class and the WWE Hall of Fame will be inducting their 2014 Class. Show More Summary

Shaq headlines the 2014 College Basketball HOF Class

In 2006, the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame was created, designed to honor those who achieved a high standard of excellence in the College game. Located in Kansas City, Missouri, the Hall is part of the College Basketball Experience, which was created by the National Association of Basketball Coaches in the Sprint Center. Show More Summary

The Basketball HOF to change induction procedures?

We are only a few weeks away from the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame announcement to complete their Class of 2014, and it looks like there will be might be changes coming to the process in 2016. Currently, the Basketball Hall has five categories where one individual will bypass the voting process and receive automatic induction. Show More Summary

David Stern headlines first batch of 2014 Basketball HOF inductees

The first wave of inductees for the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame has been announced and the undisputed headliner thus far is the recently resigned commissioner of the National Basketball Association, David Stern. Stern served inShow More Summary

The New NASCAR Hall of Fame Class is Announced

We have to hand it to the NASCAR Hall of Fame. In a brief period of time, they have made their Hall matter with both a strong physical presence and a logical selection process. Basketball could learn from that! They have announced their latest HOF class and three of our top four selections were named to this class. Show More Summary

The Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2012 is complete

It was already announced that Don Nelson had made the Basketball Hall of Fame, as had several others from other committees. The 2012 Basketball Hall of Fame Class is now complete: Reggie Miller has joined the Hall of Fame. The Indiana Pacers star should have been a lock last year, but for reasons we are not sure of, he had to wait another year. Show More Summary

Rick Pitino.....Not In the Hall of Fame

It has been released that Rick Pitino will not make it to the Basketball Hall of Fame. Pitino's snub is likely only temporary, as he is certainly a future entry. What does puzzle us, is the amount of leaks that happen, taking away the excitement of an announcement. This one of the MANY ways in which the Basketball Hall of Fame trails behind the other major sports.

Congratulations to Don Nelson

We would like to congratulate Don Nelson, whom has been named to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Nelson had over 1,200 career wins and is considered the best coach never to win a championship. We are eagerly awaiting to see who else gets in.

Other Halls of Fame you want to see?

Gang..... i got to thinking..... With the NCAA Basketball class announced, and with Garth Brooks also being named to the Country Music Hall of Fame; are there other Halls of Fame that you would like to see profiled here? Should we start...Show More Summary

The 2012 NCAA Basketball Class

Gang, I know that we don't rank the NCAA Basketball Hall of Fame, but I did think it was worth mentioning that the ten man class of 2012 has been announced. This includes: Joe B. Hall who succeeded Adolph Rupp at Kentucky and led the Wildcats to a championship in 1978. Show More Summary

RIP: Bill Sharman

Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee, Bill Sharman passed away today at the age of 87. Last week, he suffered a stroke, and died at his home in California. Sharman played the bulk of his career with the Boston Celtics, where the Shooting Guard would help the team win four NBA Championships. Show More Summary

Basketball Hall of Fame News Part 2.

In our first Basketball Hall of Fame List, we annointed Mel Daniels as our top selection. He won't be there on the second list, as today he was selected as one of five automatic entrants to the Hall. Daniels was selected by the American...Show More Summary

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