1908Re: [APBR_analysis] Hall of Fame
- Mar 12 9:06 AMharlanzo wrote:
>In, easily, due to career value.
> Anyone have opinions on the nominees this year? I'll give mine
> Robert Parish: In, was very good (not great) for so long.
> James Worthy: I think he was actually a tad overrated. good but notIn, not a slam dunk but his playoff performances and being a key to a
> so different from tons of other good scoring small forwards.
dynasty team puts him over the top.
> Dennis Johnson: all star on seattle and phoenix decent on Boston.Very close, falls a bit short to me but would not be a bad selection.
> closer but not quite.
> Adrian Dantley: had a nice scoring run on utah. but he was a jerkSuch a liability on defense and poor rebounder that I can't seriously
> and his teams were just as good (if not better) after he was traded
> Bobby Jones: wow. this one is not even close. role player not muchThe Bill Mazeroski candidate. Great defensive player, but others have been
at least as good so no way.
> Gus Johnson: was a great power forward but his career was a bit tooSame for me, that short woudl require a dominant player.
> short to get in in my opinion.
> Chet Walker: I never really considered him great or a star. aLike DJ, I do not support him but would not be horrified if he got in.
> player like this needs a longer career to get in.
> Maurice Cheeks: he really was a good player but always subsidiary toYes, excellent but not a HOFer.
> true stars. there are many better pguards since.
> Walter DAvis: another really good shooting guard who was not much ofNot a serious candidate.
> a defender or passer. I like him but I think there are better
For the other North American non-college candidates, Chick Hearn,
Meadowlark Lemon and Tex Winter get my vote.
"If you embrace containment, you must accept proliferation, and
proliferation - not just unchecked but accelerated - will make the
violent century just passed seem an era of remarkable tranquility in
comparison." -- Senator John McCain
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>