Michael Jordan and Others Elected Into Hall of Fame

Michael Jordan was announced to enter the Hall of Fame in February alongside other candidates including John Stockton and David Robinson. Both players will be joining Michael Jordan, C. Vivian Stringer and Jerry Sloan in the Hall of Fame with a new announcement being made today in Detriot, Michigan, the venue for the 2009 NCAA Final Four. Jordan, Robinson, Sloan, and Stockton were considered for election for the first time, while Stringer was named a finalist in the past. The Enshrinement Class of 2009 with be inducted in Springfield, Massachusetts in September.

14 COMMENTS

  1. The hall of fame has come full circle w/ His Airness along w/ David Robinson & John Stockton coming on board…

  2. ^^DOSZ..This guy had to of rode the bench behind Jordan his collgeg career now he lives in his mama's basement at 32yrs old LMAO..Jordan, Stockton, & Robinson all of them were killas of the game in their day …THey deserve it..

  3. I live in Chicago, and I was very fortunate 2 be on the winning side of MJ's impact on the NBA….GREATEST EVER.PERIOD…….And this class mite be the greatest class ever!

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