The hall of fame ceremony will be held on May 14-16, led by Kobe Duncan kg

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 The hall of fame ceremony will be held on May 14-16, led by Kobe Duncan kg


This years Hall of fame ceremony or a very special year, in addition to the impact of the new crown epidemic will inevitably limit the way it is held, and the selected personnel are also a relatively special factor. For most fans, Kobe, Duncan and Garnett are still vivid images in their memory, after all, their retirement time is not too long. And Kobe, who died in an air crash earlier this year, is destined to become a major theme at this ceremony. Kobe, Duncan, and Garnett have been incredibly successful in their careers. They have been selected 48 times as all stars and won 11 Championships, not to mention other honors, big or small. They were all selected in the first year after they were eligible for the hall of fame. The same goes for katchens, the outstanding star of WNBA. In addition, a late outstanding basketball contributor, former FIBA Secretary General Patrick Bauman, was selected by the International Committee and passed away in October 2018. Source of this article: Netease sports Author: qiaotete, editor in charge: Qiao yuanlei_ NS1098

This years Hall of fame ceremony or a very special year, in addition to the impact of the new crown epidemic will inevitably limit the way it is held, and the selected personnel are also a relatively special factor. For most fans, Kobe, Duncan and Garnett are still vivid images in their memory, after all, their retirement time is not too long. And Kobe, who died in an air crash earlier this year, is destined to become a major theme at this ceremony.

Kobe, Duncan, and Garnett have been incredibly successful in their careers. They have been selected 48 times as all stars and won 11 Championships, not to mention other honors, big or small. They were all selected in the first year after they were eligible for the hall of fame. The same goes for katchens, the outstanding star of WNBA.

In addition, a late outstanding basketball contributor, former FIBA Secretary General Patrick Bauman, was selected by the International Committee and passed away in October 2018.