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There may be more than 40. And I had a major crush on Rheaume.I was asking myself that very same question. So, to bring it back, I'm not liking the finalists this year, too much. Chris mullin and Dennis Rodman are the only players I can really get behind, and neither is a slam dunk.
Ziggy Koole wrote:I'm pretty sure Granato (and Angela James) got in last year and those are the only girls I'd put in so far. Obviously when Wickenheiser retires she'll get in but that's still a good 6 or 7 years away. I think there are about 40 male players elligible now who should make it ahead of Rheaume. Heck, I'd put Peter Forsberg in ahead of Rheaume and you know how much I don't like that guy.One question, why are we having a hockey discussion in a basketball forum?
If you say so.
jimmy26 wrote:I am sure all of those grat career statistic accumalators such as Karl Malone, Chuck Barkley and Reggie Miller would trade places with Walton and his one ring. None of those guys could have carried a second rate franchise to the title with limited talent around him. Yes, Mo Lucas was a great power forward but did you see what happened to the Blazers after Walton got hurt. Accumalation of stats are not evrything to being a hall of famer. How truly impactful you were to the game is. And Bill Walton is one of the best ever. A no doubt first ballot hall of famer in any equation.