Maisie Williams, Arya Stark on Game of Thrones, grew up on the five years the HBO show has been on the air. With each new year, Game of Thrones has upped the ante, causing the show, and the actors employed by it, to grow in popularity. Show More Summary
Areo Hotah has been an imposing presence in "Game of Thrones" Season 5, but the actor who plays him, DeObia Oparei, is ready for him to be more.The right hand man of Prince Doran Martell (Alexander Siddig) is a famed warrior and the closest advisor of Dorne's ruler. Show More Summary
Despite their very best efforts, Reid and Blake will not have their names displayed in the Tic-Tac-Toe Hall of Fame—mostly because they have no idea how it's played. The two men participated in a contest of layups and game strategy during...Show More Summary
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
While we may never get to doing a Notinhalloffame.com rank of those who should be in the Poker Hall of Fame, we have a lot of respect for the game and how much it has grown in popularity in the past two decades. As such, a brief synopsis of this year’s ten Finalists, which were announced today. Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers has officially announced that former Defensive standout, Leslie O’Neal will be the 37th member inducted into their franchise’s Hall of Fame. The ceremony will take place on their October 19th home game against their division rival, the Kansas City Chiefs. Show More Summary
Before last night’s game at Fenway Park, the Boston Red Sox officially inducted their franchise’s Hall of Fame. The Red Sox Hall of Fame began in 1995, and has more members than any other Baseball team’s Hall of Fame by a wide margin. Show More Summary
The Arena Football League announced their Class of 2014 during their National Conference Championship Game. The relatively new league first began operation in 1987, and inducted their first member to their own Hall of Fame in 1997. Currently,...Show More Summary
It was not that long ago that the Minnesota Twins announced that Chuck Knoblauch would be entering their franchise’s Hall of Fame. There was a ceremony that was to take place on August 23rd before their home game, but that has been officially cancelled in wake of the alleged allegation that he assaulted his ex-wife. Show More Summary
With it being the Hall of Fame weekend in Hockey (though there is no actual hockey being played in regards to the biggest league of the game), it seemed like a perfect time for us to look forward. As you have noticed, we have diligently worked on futures for the Baseball section. Show More Summary
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
This is definitely one of our favorite weekends as we celebrate the game of Baseball and the induction ceremonies of the Baseball Hall of Fame. As much as we are critical (and will continue to be) of the process of this particular Hall,...Show More Summary
Normally we don’t report on the happenings of the Swedish Hockey Hall of Fame, but we thought that the 59th entry was worth noting.Yesterday, at the World Junior Hockey Championships prior to a game in which the host nation, Sweden routed Norway, Mats Sundin was honored as the next member. Show More Summary
Tony Gonzalez played his final game today in the National Football League today, ending what should be a Hall of Fame career. Gonzalez joined the Atlanta Falcons four seasons ago in hopes of playing for a Super Bowl winner, but unfortunately,...Show More Summary
Gang..... After a very long wait, we are thrilled to announce our first Basketball List. It was not an easy one, as followers of the Basketball Hall of Fame know that they factor in both the pro and college game. Our list takes that into consideration, but focuses primarily on male players. We hope you likje it, and take time to cast your votes!
This is the random question we ask of..... Donovan McNabb. The Vikings Quarterback may have won his virst game in Minnesota, but that was mostly due to Adrian Peterson. Fact is that thus far as a Viking, he has been one of the worst starters in the NFL, and last year he was replaced in Washington in favor of Rex Grossman. Show More Summary
We here at Notinhalloffame are depressed about the cancellation of the Football Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio. The Hall of Fame inductions will still happen, but for the people of Northern Ohio, this is a much bigger deal that will hurt heir economy. This is beyond needless in our eyes.
We would like to congratulate Tom Cheek for entering the Baseball Hall of Fame posthumously for his work as the Toronto Blue Jays play by play announcer on radio. Cheek called the first 4,306 regular season game for Toronto and has the...Show More Summary
Martin Starr is great at playing the guy nobody wants to be friends with. He's been a bespectacled nerd with a peanut allergy ("Freaks and Geeks"), a stoner who doesn't shave his beard for a year ("Knocked Up") and a permanently grouchy computer programmer ("Silicon Valley").
The most recent class of inductees into the College Football Hall of Fame, announced in January, was a who's who of the game's greatest players from the 1960s through the early 1990s. It featured former All-Americans, national awardShow More Summary