Worst NBA Hall of Famers | 10 Undeserving NBA Players in the Basketball ...

When people hear the words "Hall of Fame," various terms come to mind.  Some of those terms may include greatness, distinction, honor and various others.  Thus, it's fair to expect that those admitted to a hall of fame should be the epitomes of those traits.  Not only should Hall of Famers be great players, but great people as well.

Yet, as has been evidenced by former NBA forward Dennis Rodman's recent enshrinement in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts, personality isn't everything.  While the man known as "The Worm" was one of the top rebounders of his time, he was a complete and utter pest from a personality standpoint and, if you ask me, shouldn't be in the Basketball Hall of Fame or any hall of fame, for that matter.

Then, it dawned on me.  I recently did a piece on baseball Hall of Famers who shouldn't be there, so why not do the same for basketball?

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