Inducting active college basketball coaches has led to uncomfortable circumstances lately.
Hall of Fame basketball player James Worthy has put a home in Bel-Air on the market for $2.195 million.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is in the NBA Hall of Fame, won three national championships in three years at UCLA and was a three-time All-American. He, apparently, is not pleased with the state of the UCLA basketball program.
Good morning. We have thoughts on that and more in Wednesday's NBA newsletter. Good morning! Let's basketball. ERIC GORDON WANTS TO MAKE YOU REMEMBER: Before the injuries and the contract issues and the rotation drama, Eric Gordon was one of the brightest young prospects in the league. Show More Summary
Kentucky head coach John Calipari was recently given one of the highest honors any person involved in sports can get. This past weekend, he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The Wildcats also hosted anShow More Summary
The Virginia medical examiner's office says Hall of Fame basketball player Moses Malone died of natural causes.
It’s a Big Blue gathering at Rupp Arena today where a host of Kentucky basketball alumni are taking on a collection of former UNC players in a star-studded tilt. In between the on-court action, the Kentucky players, past and present,...Show More Summary
Fresh off his induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday, Kentucky basketball head coach John Calipari is back in Lexington for his annual fantasy camp. There’s a bunch of former Wildcat players in townShow More Summary
On the heels of the Basketball Hall of Fame induction, one of the standouts of the Springfield based institution has been taken as Moses Malone was found dead in his hotel room in Norfolk, VA. He was 60 years old. Malone began his pro career right out of high school with the ABA’s Utah Stars and was immediately an All Star. Show More Summary
We kind of knew this already as many of you have seen that we have ranked Allen Iverson at the top of our revised rankings for the Notinhalloffame.com Basketball list. During this past Basketball Hall of Fame weekend, the institution made his eligibility official, a fact that was not made clear to many. Show More Summary
I lost one of my childhood idols today, as Moses Malone died at the age of 60. I grew up in Pennsylvania watching Moses on the great teams of the early 80s. Moses was a three-time NBA MVP and named to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2001. On a team that also featured the […]
This is so sad. Moses Malone, the former NBA star who is in the Pro Basketball Hall of Fame, has died. He was 60 years old. Malone was a three-time NBA Most Valuable Player, and led the Philadelphia 76ers to a championship in 1983. He played in 12 All-Star Games over his illustrious 21-year career. The 76ers released [...]
There are few people on the planet who don’t think that Allen Iverson deserves to become a member of the basketball Hall of Fame. The high-scoring guard will likely see that happen next year, according to a report by NBA.com’s Scott Howard-Cooper. Important Hall development: Allen Iverson ruled eligible for nomination for the Class of 2016. His Turkey […]
Retired Philadelphia 76ers superstar Allen Iverson will reportedly be eligible for the Basketball Hall of Fame's 2016 class. NBA.com's Scott Howard-Cooper reported the news Saturday, indicating the 11-time NBA All-Star's 10-game stint with Turkish Basketball League squad Besiktas wouldn't count against his eligibility. Show More Summary
If you were out and about on Friday night, you may have seen this image of Tommy Heinsohn, who was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday, pop up on social media and gotten a bit confused: Do you even care what the context...Show More Summary
Kentucky head coach John Calipari entered the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday night. Check out his full speech.
John Calipari is receiving basketball’s greatest honor this weekend. The Kentucky coach is getting inducted into the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame. Many of Coach Cal’s current and former players have traveled to Springfield, Ma., to...Show More Summary
While there can be a lot of valid criticism for the Basketball Hall of Fame and the way in which they induct candidates, there is still something special about having your name enshrined with the rest of the legends in Springfield, Massachusetts. Show More Summary
John Calipari, Dikembe Mutumbo and Spencer Haywood highlighted the 11-member Class of 2015.
Spencer Haywood and Dikembe Mutombo were great players who accomplished as much or more off the court.