NBA Hall of Fame

By Justin Sarnescky

When the NBA Hall of Fame Started

Since 1959, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame has honored and celebrated the game’s greatest moments and brightest stars.The first manifestation of the Basketball Hall of Fame occupied a small piece of real estate on the campus of Springfield College, just a mid range jump shot from where the game was first played on December 21, 1891.The original opened for the Nba Hall of Fame is February 17, !968.

How is the Hall of Fame doing right now

Right now the Hall of Fame is home to nearly three hundred inductees and more than 40,000 square feet of basketball history. The Hall of Fame has grown and grown of players, coaches, and referees. In 2009 the Hall of Fame has celebrated its 50th anniversary

Who is in the NBA Hall of Fame

There are many stars in the NBA Hall of Fame. I'm just going to list some of them. There is Larry J. Bird, Julius W. Erving, Michael Jordan, Earvin "Magic" Johnson, and many more

How to get in as a Player

How to get in the Hall of Fame is a player must be fully retired for four seasons before being eligible for Enshrinement.Then the player must consider for Enshrinement when they are in their fifth year of retirement

How to get in as a Coach

There has been multiply coaches that got in to the Hall of Fame and it seem pretty hard too. First you must fully retired for four season or years or if you are a still active coach you have to fully coach or assistant a high school or a collage basketball team. Then they will be Enshrinement in their fifth year of retirement. If they are a still active coach you had 26th year if active coaching .

How to get in as a Referee

I know it seems crazy to be in the Hall of Fame because you were a referee but its possible. First you must be retired for four fully years or if you are a active referee you must been active for 25 years. After that they will be consider for Enshrinement after fifth year of retirement or 26th year of referee