The Top Five 2021 NBA Hall Of Fame Inductees!!!!! This year’s Top Five NBA Hall Of Fame Inductees come from diverse backgrounds and are talented in their own right. Here are The Top Five NBA 2021 NBA Hall of Fame Inductees in no particular order:
Chris Webber is a former NBA player that hails from Detroit, MI. He was the first overall pick in the 1993 NBA Draft and won the Rookie Of The Year Award his 1st year in the NBA and spent 15 years in the NBA, and also won five All-Star spots and five All-NBA selections. He is now an NBA sports analyst.
Bill Russell is an NBA legend that hails from Monroe, LA. He played in 8 straight NBA championships. His jersey was retired by the Celtics on March 12, 1972. The city of Boston erected a statue in his on on the City Hall Plaza in 2013. He was also an NBA coach from 1967-1988.
Ben Wallace is a former NBA player that hails from White Hall, AL. He won the NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award 3 times, a record that he also holds with NBA great Dikembo Mutombo. He made 2 NBA Finals appearances with the Detroit Pistons and won a championship with them in 2004.
Paul Pierce is a former NBA player and NBA analyst that hails from Oakland, CA. He was a high school McDonalds All-American and he was chosen by the Boston Celtics in the 1998 NBA Draft. He was fired from his NBA analyst job after an Instagram Live went viral, with him having several women wearing bikinis and massaging his shoulders and twerking.
Chris Bosh is a former NBA player that hails from Dallas, TX. He was Texas Mr. Basketball in high school. He played one season of college basketball for Georgia Tech before declaring for the 2003 NBA Draft. He had to retire from the NBA in 2017 due to health issues with blood clots.
Congrats To All Of These Prolific NBA players/coaches And Welcome To The NBA Hall Of Fame.