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Every young man that loves hoops dreams of one day being inducted into the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame, but just a handful of players and coaches have fulfilled that dream.

Making to the Hall of Fame is the ultimate honor any basketball-related people can ever receive. It means you gave it all to the game, you made the league better and your legacy will live on forever.

Notably, most teams have had some Hall of Famers, but obviously, some of them have seen more of them go through their ranks, and it’s no coincidence that those are the most successful teams on NBA history.

Today, we’re going to do down that road and honor all of them, talking about every franchise’s Hall of Famers:

 

Atlanta Hawks

24 Hall Of Famers (20 Players, 4 Coaches)

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Players

Walt Bellamy – Rookie of the Year, 4 All-Stars

Mo Cheeks – NBA Champion, 4 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive

Chuck Cooper 

Zelmo Beaty – ABA Champion, 5 All-Stars, 2 All-ABA, All-Rookie

Richie Guerin – 3 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars

Cliff Hagan – NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars

Connie Hawkins – ABA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Star, MVP

Bob Houbregs

Clyde Lovellette – 3-times NBA Champion, 4 All-Stars, All-NBA

Ed Macauley – NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Star MVP

Moses Malone – NBA Champion, 8 All-NBA, 3 MVPs, Finals MVP, 13 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 6-times Rebounds Leader

Pete Maravich – 4 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Slater Martin – 5-times NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars

Tracy McGrady – 7 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, 2-times Scoring Leader, Most Improved Player

Sidney Moncrief – 5 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive, 2-times Defensive Player of the Year

Dikembe Mutombo – 3 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, 6 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 4-times Defensive Player of the Year, 2-times Rebounds Leader, 3-times Blocks Leader

Bob Pettit – NBA Champion, 11 All-NBA, 11 All-Stars, 2 MVPs, 4 All-Star MVPs, Rookie of the Year, 2-times Scoring Leader

Rod Thorn – All-Rookie

Dominique Wilkins – 7 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Lenny Wilkens – 9 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Assists Leader

 

Coaches

Red Auerbach – 9-times NBA Champion, 11-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

Alex Hannum – 2-times NBA Champion, ABA Champion 2-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year, ABA Coach of the Year

Red Holzman  2-times NBA Champion, 2-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

Lenny Wilkens – NBA Champion, 4-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

 

Boston Celtics

38 Hall Of Famers (34 Players, 4 Coaches)

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Players

Ray Allen – 2-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars, All-Rookie

Tiny Archibald – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Assists Leader

Dave Bing – 3 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Larry Bird – 3-times NBA Champion, 3 MVPs, 2 Finals MVPs, 10 All-NBA, 12 All-Stars, 3 All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Carl Braun – NBA Champion, 2 All-BAA/NBA, 5 All-Stars

Bob Cousy – 6-times NBA Champion, MVP, 12 All-NBA, 13 All-Stars, 2 All-Star MVPs, 8 times-Assists Leader

Dave Cowens – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 3 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, 3 All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Chuck Cooper

Artis Gilmore – ABA Champion, MVP, 5 All-ABA, 11 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

John Havlicek – 8-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 11 All-NBA, 13 All-Stars, 8 All-Defensive, All-Rookie

Tommy Heinsohn – 8-times NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year

Dennis Johnson – 3-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive

Bailey Howell – 2-times NBA Champion, All-NBA, 6 All-Stars

K.C Jones – 8-times NBA Champion

Sam Jones – 10-times NBA Champion, 3 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

Clyde Lovellette – 3-times NBA Champion, 4 All-Stars, All-NBA

Pete Maravich – 4 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Ed Macauley – NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Star MVP

Shaquille O’Neal – 4-times NBA Champion, 3 Finals MVPs, MVP, 14 All-NBA, 15 All-Stars, 3 All-Star MVPs, 3 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, Rookie of the Year, 2-times Scoring Leader

Kevin McHale – 3-times NBA Champion, All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, 6 All-Defensive, 2-times Sixth Man of the Year, All-Rookie

Bob McAdoo – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 2 All-NBA, 5-times All-Star, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 3-times Scoring Leader

Robert Parish – 4-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars

Gary Payton – NBA Champion, 9 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, Defensive Player of the Year, All-Rookie, Steals Leader

Frank Ramsey – 7-times NBA Champion

Andy Phillip – NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, 2-times Assists Leader

Dino Radja – All-Rookie

Bill Russell – 11-times NBA Champion, 5 MVPs, 11 All-NBA, 12 All-Stars, All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, 4-times Rebounds Leader

Arnie Risen – 2-times NBA Champion, All-BAA, 4 All-Stars

Bill Sharman – 4-times NBA Champion, 7 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, All-Star MVP

Charlie Scott – NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Bill Walton – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, Finals MVP, 2 All-NBA, 2 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, Sixth Man of the Year, Rebounds Leader

Jo Jo White – 2-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 2 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Rookie

Dominique Wilkins – 7 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Paul Westphal – NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

 

Coaches

Red Auerbach – 9-times NBA Champion, 11-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

Tom Heinsohn – 2-times NBA Champion, 4-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

Rick Pitino – NABC Coach of the Year, NCAA Champion

Bill Fitch – NBA Champion, All-Star Game coach, 2-times Coach of the Year

 

Brooklyn Nets

16 Hall Of Famers (10 Players, 6 Coaches)

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Players

Tiny Archibald – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Assists Leader

Mo Cheeks – NBA Champion, 4 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive

Mel Daniels – 3-times ABA Champion, 2 MVPs, 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year

Jason Kidd – NBA Champion, 6 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 5-times Assists Leader

Bernard King – 4 All-NBA, 4 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Bob McAdoo – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 2 All-NBA, 5-times All-Star, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 3-times Scoring Leader

Alonzo Mourning – NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Defensive, 2-times Defensive Player of the Year, All-Rookie, 2-times Blocks Leader

Dikembe Mutombo – 3 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, 6 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 4-times Defensive Player of the Year, 2-times Rebounds Leader, 3-times Blocks Leader

Drazen Petrovic – All-NBA

Julius Erving – NBA Champion, 2-times ABA Champion, 4 MVPs, 5 All-ABA, 7 All-NBA, 16 All-Stars, 2 All-Star MVPs, All-Rookie

 

Coaches

Larry Brown – NBA Champion, 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times ABA Coach of the Year, Coach of the Year

John Calipari – NABC Coach of the Year

Lou Carnesecca – NABC Coach of the Year

Chuck Daly – 2-times NBA Champion, All-Star Game coach

Bill Fitch – NBA Champion, All-Star Game coach, 2-times Coach of the Year

Jason Kidd

 

Charlotte Hornets

3 Hall Of Famers (3 Players, 1 Coach)

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Vlade Divac – All-Star, All-Rookie

Robert Parish – 4-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars

Alonzo Mourning – NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Defensive, 2-times Defensive Player of the Year, All-Rookie, 2-times Blocks Leader

 

Coach

Larry Brown – NBA Champion, 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times ABA Coach of the Year, Coach of the Year

 

Chicago Bulls

13 Hall Of Famers (9 Players, 4 Coaches)

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Players

George Gervin – 7 All-NBA, 2 All-ABA, 12 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, All-Rookie, 4-times Scoring Leader

Artis Gilmore – ABA Champion, MVP, 5 All-ABA, 11 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Michael Jordan – 6-time NBA Champion, 6 Finals MVPs, 5 MVPs, 11 All-NBA, 14 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, Defensive Player of the Year, 10-times Scoring Leader, 2-times Scoring Leader

Robert Parish – 4-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars

Scottie Pippen – 6-times NBA Champion, 7 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, 10 All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, Steals Leader

Guy Rodgers – 4 All-Stars, 2 Steals Leader

Dennis Rodman – 5-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 2 All-Stars, 8 All-Defensive, 2-times Defensive Player of the Year, 7-times Rebounds Leader

Nate Thurmond – 7 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive, All-Rookie

Chet Walker – NBA Champion, 7 All-Stars, All-Rookie

 

Coaches

Rod Thorn

Phil Jackson – 11-times NBA Champion, 4-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

Jerry Krause – 2-times Executive of the Year

Jerry Sloan

 

Cleveland Cavaliers

7 Hall Of Famers (4 Players, 3 Coaches)

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Players

Walt Frazier – 2-times NBA Champion, 6 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, 7 All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, All-Rookie

Shaquille O’Neal – 4-times NBA Champion, 3 Finals MVPs, MVP, 14 All-NBA, 15 All-Stars, 3 All-Star MVPs, 3 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, Rookie of the Year, 2-times Scoring Leader

Nate Thurmond – 7 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive, All-Rookie

Lenny Wilkens – 9 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Assists Leader

 

Coaches

Chuck Daly – 2-times NBA Champion, All-Star Game coach

Lenny Wilkens – NBA Champion, 4-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

Bill Fitch – NBA Champion, All-Star Game coach, 2-times Coach of the Year

 

Dallas Mavericks

7 Hall Of Famers (5 Players, 2 Coaches)

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Players

Adrian Dantley – 2 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 2-times Scoring Leader

Alex English – 3 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, Scoring Leader

Jason Kidd – NBA Champion, 6 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 5-times Assists Leader

Steve Nash – 2 MVPs, 7-All NBA, 8 All-Stars, 5-times Assists Leader

Dennis Rodman – 5-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 2 All-Stars, 8 All-Defensive, 2-times Defensive Player of the Year, 7-times Rebounds Leader

 

Coaches

Don Nelson – 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times Coach of the Year

 

Denver Nuggets

12 Hall Of Famers (9 Players, 3 Coaches)

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Players

Alex English – 3 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, Scoring Leader

Dan Issel – ABA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Allen Iverson – MVP, 7 All-NBA, 11 All-Stars, 2 All-Star MVPs, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 4-times Scoring Leader, 3-times Steals Leader

Bobby Jones – NBA Champion, All-ABA, 5 All-Stars, 11 All-Defensive, Sixth Man of the Year, All-Rookie

Sarunas Marciulionis

George McGinnis – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 2 All-NBA, 3 All-ABA, 6 All-Stars, All-Rookie

Dikembe Mutombo – 3 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, 6 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 4-times Defensive Player of the Year, 2-times Rebounds Leader, 3-times Blocks Leader

Charlie Scott – NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

David Thompson – 2 All-NBA, All-ABA, 5 All-Stars, 2 All-Star MVPs, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

 

Coaches

Larry Brown – NBA Champion, 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times ABA Coach of the Year, Coach of the Year

Alex Hannum – 2-times NBA Champion, ABA Champion 2-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year, ABA Coach of the Year

John McLendon

 

Detroit Pistons

22 Hall Of Famers (20 Players, 2 Coaches)

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Players

Walt Bellamy – Rookie of the Year, 4 All-Stars

Dave Bing – 3 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Chuck Cooper

Adrian Dantley – 2 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 2-times Scoring Leader

Dave DeBusschere – 2-times NBA Champion, All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, 6 All-Defensive, All-Rookie

Joe Dumars – 2-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 3 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive, All-Rookie

Harry Gallatin – 2 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, Rebounds Leader

Grant Hill – 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Bob Houbregs

Bailey Howell – 2-times NBA Champion, All-NBA, 6 All-Stars

Allen Iverson – MVP, 7 All-NBA, 11 All-Stars, 2 All-Star MVPs, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 4-times Scoring Leader, 3-times Steals Leader

Bob Lanier – 8 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, All-Rookie

Bob McAdoo – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 2 All-NBA, 5-times All-Star, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 3-times Scoring Leader

Tracy McGrady – 7 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, 2-times Scoring Leader, Most Improved Player

Dick McGuire – All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, Assists Leader

Andy Phillip – NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, 2-times Assists Leader

Dennis Rodman – 5-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 2 All-Stars, 8 All-Defensive, 2-times Defensive Player of the Year, 7-times Rebounds Leader

Isiah Thomas – 2-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 5 All-NBA, 12 All-Stars, 2 All-Star MVPs, All-Rookie, Assists Leader

Rod Thorn – All-Rookie

George Yardley – 2 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, Scoring Leader

 

Coaches

Larry Brown – NBA Champion, 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times ABA Coach of the Year, Coach of the Year

Chuck Daly – 2-times NBA Champion, All-Star Game coach

 

Golden State Warriors

24 Hall Of Famers (19 Players, 5 Coaches)

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Players

Paul Arizin – NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, 2 Scoring Leader

Al Attles

Rick Barry – NBA Champion, Finals MVP,  6 All-NBA, 4 All-ABA, 12 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Wilt Chamberlain – 2-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 4 MVPs,  10 All-NBA, 13 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, 7-times Scoring Leader, 11-times Rebounds Leader, Assists Leader

Joe Fulks – NBA Champion, 4 All BAA/NBA, 2 All-Stars, Scoring Leader

Tom Gola – NBA Champion, All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

Neil Johnston – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, 3-times Scoring Leader, Rebounds Leader

Bernard King – 4 All-NBA, 4 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Jerry Lucas – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Sarunas Marciulionis

Chris Mullin – 4 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

Robert Parish – 4-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars

Andy Phillip – NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, 2-times Assists Leader

Mitch Richmond – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Guy Rodgers – 4 All-Stars, 2 Steals Leader

Ralph Sampson – All-NBA, 4 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Nate Thurmond – 7 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive, All-Rookie

Jo Jo White – 2-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 2 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Rookie

Jamaal Wilkes – 3-times NBA Champion, 3 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

 

Coaches

Al Attles – NBA Champion, 2-times All-Star Game coach

Alex Hannum – 2-times NBA Champion, ABA Champion 2-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year, ABA Coach of the Year

Don Nelson – 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times Coach of the Year

Bill Sharman – NBA Champion, ABA Champion, ABL Champion,  3-times All-Star Game coach, ABA Coach of the Year, Coach of the Year, 5-times NBA Champion as Executive

Rick Welts (Chief Operating Officer)

 

Houston Rockets

14 Hall Of Famers (12 Players, 2 Coaches)

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Players

Charles Barkley – MVP, 11 All-NBA, 11 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, All-Rookie, Rebounds Leader

Rick Barry – NBA Champion, Finals MVP,  6 All-NBA, 4 All-ABA, 12 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Clyde Drexler – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars

Elvin Hayes – NBA Champion, 6 All-NBA, 12 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader, 2-times Rebounds Leader

Moses Malone – NBA Champion, 8 All-NBA, 3 MVPs, Finals MVP, 13 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 6-times Rebounds Leader

Tracy McGrady – 7 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, 2-times Scoring Leader, Most Improved Player

Yao Ming – 5 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, All-Rookie

Calvin Murphy – All-Star, All-Rookie

Dikembe Mutombo – 3 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, 6 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 4-times Defensive Player of the Year, 2-times Rebounds Leader, 3-times Blocks Leader

Hakeem Olajuwon – 2-times NBA Champion, 2 Finals MVPs, MVP, 12 All-NBA, 12 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, 2-times Defensive Player of the Year, 2-times Rebounds Leader, 3-times Blocks Leader

Scottie Pippen – 6-times NBA Champion, 7 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, 10 All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, Steals Leader

Ralph Sampson – All-NBA, 4 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

 

Coaches

Bill Fitch – NBA Champion, All-Star Game coach, 2-times Coach of the Year

Alex Hannum – 2-times NBA Champion, ABA Champion 2-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year, ABA Coach of the Year

 

Indiana Pacers

8 Hall Of Famers (5 Players, 3 Coaches)

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Players 

Adrian Dantley – 2 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 2-times Scoring Leader

Alex English – 3 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, Scoring Leader

George McGinnis – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 2 All-NBA, 3 All-ABA, 6 All-Stars, All-Rookie

Reggie Miller – 3 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

Chris Mullin – 4 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

 

Coaches

Larry Brown – NBA Champion, 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times ABA Coach of the Year, Coach of the Year

Slick Leonard – 3-times ABA Champion

Jack Ramsay – NBA Champion, NBA All-Star Game coach

 

Los Angeles Clippers

10 Hall Of Famers (7 Players, 3 Coaches)

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Players

Adrian Dantley – 2 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 2-times Scoring Leader

Grant Hill – 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Moses Malone – NBA Champion, 8 All-NBA, 3 MVPs, Finals MVP, 13 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 6-times Rebounds Leader

Bob McAdoo – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 2 All-NBA, 5-times All-Star, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 3-times Scoring Leader

Bill Walton – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, Finals MVP, 2 All-NBA, 2 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, Sixth Man of the Year, Rebounds Leader

Dominique Wilkins – 7 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Jamaal Wilkes – 3-times NBA Champion, 3 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

 

Coaches

Larry Brown – NBA Champion, 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times ABA Coach of the Year, Coach of the Year

Bill Fitch – NBA Champion, All-Star Game coach, 2-times Coach of the Year

Jack Ramsay – NBA Champion, NBA All-Star Game coach

 

Los Angeles Lakers

30 Hall Of Famers (26 Players, 4 Coaches)

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Players

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar – 6-times NBA Champion, 2 Finals MVPs, 6 MVPs, 15 All-NBA, 19 All-Stars, 11 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 2-times Scoring Leader, Rebounds Leader, 4-times Blocks Leader

Elgin Baylor – 10 All-NBA, 11 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year

Zelmo Beaty – ABA Champion, 5 All-Stars, 2 All-ABA, All-Rookie

Wilt Chamberlain – 2-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 4 MVPs,  10 All-NBA, 13 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, 7-times Scoring Leader, 11-times Rebounds Leader, Assists Leader

Adrian Dantley – 2 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 2-times Scoring Leader

Vlade Divac – All-Star, All-Rookie

Gail Goodrich – NBA Champion, All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

Connie Hawkins – ABA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Star, MVP

Spencer Haywood – NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, All-ABA, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Magic Johnson – 5-times NBA Champion, 3 Finals MVPs, 3 MVPs, 10 All-NBA, 12 All-Stars, 2 All-Star MVPs, All-Rookie, 4-times Assists Leader, 2-times Steals Leader

Clyde Lovellette – 3-times NBA Champion, MVP, 4 All-Stars, All-NBA

Karl Malone – 2 MVPs, 14 All-NBA, 14 All-Stars, 4 All-Defensive, 2 All-Star MVPs, All-Rookie

Slater Martin – 5-times NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars

Bob McAdoo – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 2 All-NBA, 5-times All-Star, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 3-times Scoring Leader

George Mikan – 5-times BAA/NBA Champion, 6 All-BAA/NBA, 4 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, 3-times Scoring Leader, Rebounds Leader

Vern Mikkelsen – 4-times NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars

Steve Nash – 2 MVPs, 7-All NBA, 8 All-Stars, 5-times Assists Leader

Shaquille O’Neal – 4-times NBA Champion, 3 Finals MVPs, MVP, 14 All-NBA, 15 All-Stars, 3 All-Star MVPs, 3 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, Rookie of the Year, 2-times Scoring Leader

Gary Payton – NBA Champion, 9 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, Defensive Player of the Year, All-Rookie, Steals Leader

Jim Pollard – 5-times BAA/NBA Champion, 4 All-BAA/NBA, 4 All-Stars

Mitch Richmond – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Dennis Rodman – 5-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 2 All-Stars, 8 All-Defensive, 2-times Defensive Player of the Year, 7-times Rebounds Leader

Charlie Scott – NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Jerry West – NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 12 All-NBA, 14 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive All-Star MVP, Scoring Leader, Assists Leader

Jamaal Wilkes – 3-times NBA Champion, 3 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

James Worthy – 3-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 2 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Rookie

 

Coaches

Phil Jackson – 11-times NBA Champion, 4-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

John Kundla – 5-times NBA Champion, NBL Champion, 4-times All-Star Game coach

Pat Riley – 5-times NBA Champion, 9-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times Coach of the Year, 3-times NBA Champion as Executive, Executive of the Year

Bill Sharman – NBA Champion, ABA Champion, ABL Champion,  3-times All-Star Game coach, ABA Coach of the Year, Coach of the Year, 5-times NBA Champion as Executive

 

Memphis Grizzlies

1 Hall Of Famer (1 Player)

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Players

Allen Iverson – MVP, 7 All-NBA, 11 All-Stars, 2 All-Star MVPs, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 4-times Scoring Leader, 3-times Steals Leader

 

Miami Heat

5 Hall Of Famers (4 Players, 1 Coach)

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Players

Ray Allen – 2-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars, All-Rookie

Alonzo Mourning – NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Defensive, 2-times Defensive Player of the Year, All-Rookie, 2-times Blocks Leader

Shaquille O’Neal – 4-times NBA Champion, 3 Finals MVPs, MVP, 14 All-NBA, 15 All-Stars, 3 All-Star MVPs, 3 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, Rookie of the Year, 2-times Scoring Leader

Gary Payton – NBA Champion, 9 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, Defensive Player of the Year, All-Rookie, Steals Leader

 

Coaches

Pat Riley – 5-times NBA Champion, 9-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times Coach of the Year, 3-times NBA Champion as Executive, Executive of the Year

 

Milwaukee Bucks

14 Hall Of Famers (13 Players, 1 Coach)

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Players

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar – 6-times NBA Champion, 2 Finals MVPs, 6 MVPs, 15 All-NBA, 19 All-Stars, 11 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 2-times Scoring Leader, Rebounds Leader, 4-times Blocks Leader

Ray Allen – 2-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars, All-Rookie

Tiny Archibald – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Assists Leader

Dave Cowens – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 3 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, 3 All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Adrian Dantley – 2 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 2-times Scoring Leader

Alex English – 3 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, Scoring Leader

Bob Lanier – 8 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, All-Rookie

Moses Malone – NBA Champion, 8 All-NBA, 3 MVPs, Finals MVP, 13 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 6-times Rebounds Leader

Sidney Moncrief – 5 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive, 2-times Defensive Player of the Year

Gary Payton – NBA Champion, 9 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, Defensive Player of the Year, All-Rookie, Steals Leader

Oscar Robertson – NBA Champion, MVP, 11 All-NBA, 12 All-Stars, 3 All-Star MVPs, Rookie of the Year, 6-times Assists Leader

Guy Rodgers – 4 All-Stars, 2 Steals Leader

Jack Sikma – NBA Champion, 7 All-Stars, All-Defensive, All-Rookie

 

Coaches

Don Nelson – 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times Coach of the Year

Jason Kidd

 

Minnesota Timberwolves

0 Hall Of Famers

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New Orleans Pelicans

0 Hall Of Famers

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New York Knicks

29 Hall Of Famers (22 Players, 7 Coaches)

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Players

Walt Bellamy – Rookie of the Year, 4 All-Stars

Bill Bradley – 2-times NBA Champion, All-Star

Carl Braun – NBA Champion, 2 All-BAA/NBA, 5 All-Stars

Mo Cheeks – NBA Champion, 4 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive

Dave DeBusschere – 2-times NBA Champion, All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, 6 All-Defensive, All-Rookie

Patrick Ewing – 7 All-NBA, 11 All-Stars, 3 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Walt Frazier – 2-times NBA Champion, 6 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, 7 All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, All-Rookie

Harry Gallatin – 2 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, Rebounds Leader

Tom Gola – NBA Champion, All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

Richie Guerin – 3 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars

Spencer Haywood – NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, All-ABA, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Jason Kidd – NBA Champion, 6 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 5-times Assists Leader

Bernard King – 4 All-NBA, 4 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Jerry Lucas – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Slater Martin – 5-times NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars

Bob McAdoo – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 2 All-NBA, 5-times All-Star, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 3-times Scoring Leader

Tracy McGrady – 7 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, 2-times Scoring Leader, Most Improved Player

Dick McGuire – All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, Assists Leader

Earl Monroe – NBA Champion, All-NBA, 4 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Dikembe Mutombo – 3 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, 6 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 4-times Defensive Player of the Year, 2-times Rebounds Leader, 3-times Blocks Leader

Willis Reed – 2-times NBA Champion, 2 Finals MVPs, MVP 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Paul Westphal – NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

 

Coaches

Larry Brown – NBA Champion, 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times ABA Coach of the Year, Coach of the Year

Red Holzman  2-times NBA Champion, 2-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

Phil Jackson (Executive)

Don Nelson – 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times Coach of the Year

Rick Pitino – NABC Coach of the Year, NCAA Champion

Pat Riley – 5-times NBA Champion, 9-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times Coach of the Year, 3-times NBA Champion as Executive, Executive of the Year

Lenny Wilkens – NBA Champion, 4-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

 

Oklahoma City Thunder

13 Hall Of Famers (11 Players, 2 Coaches)

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Players

Ray Allen – 2-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars, All-Rookie

Patrick Ewing – 7 All-NBA, 11 All-Stars, 3 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Spencer Haywood – NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, All-ABA, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Dennis Johnson – 3-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive

Sarunas Marciulionis

Gary Payton – NBA Champion, 9 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, Defensive Player of the Year, All-Rookie, Steals Leader

Jack Sikma – NBA Champion, 7 All-Stars, All-Defensive, All-Rookie

David Thompson – 2 All-NBA, All-ABA, 5 All-Stars, 2 All-Star MVPs, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Rod Thorn – All-Rookie

Paul Westphal – NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

Lenny Wilkens – 9 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Assists Leader

 

Coaches

Paul Westphal – 2-times All-Star Game coach

Lenny Wilkens – NBA Champion, 4-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

 

Orlando Magic

6 Hall Of Famers (5 Players, 1 Coach)

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Players

Patrick Ewing – 7 All-NBA, 11 All-Stars, 3 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Grant Hill – 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Tracy McGrady – 7 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, 2-times Scoring Leader, Most Improved Player

Shaquille O’Neal – 4-times NBA Champion, 3 Finals MVPs, MVP, 14 All-NBA, 15 All-Stars, 3 All-Star MVPs, 3 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, Rookie of the Year, 2-times Scoring Leader

Dominique Wilkins – 7 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

 

Coaches

Chuck Daly – 2-times NBA Champion, All-Star Game coach

 

Philadelphia 76ers

21 Hall Of Famers (17 Players, 4 Coaches)

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Players

Charles Barkley – MVP, 11 All-NBA, 11 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, All-Rookie, Rebounds Leader

Al Cervi

Wilt Chamberlain – 2-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 4 MVPs,  10 All-NBA, 13 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, 7-times Scoring Leader, 11-times Rebounds Leader, Assists Leader

Mo Cheeks – NBA Champion, 4 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive

Bill Cunningham – NBA Champion, MVP, All-ABA 4 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, All-Rookie

Julius Erving – NBA Champion, 2-times ABA Champion, 4 MVPs, 5 All-ABA, 7 All-NBA, 16 All-Stars, 2 All-Star MVPs, All-Rookie

Hal Greer – NBA Champion, 7 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars, All-Star MVP

Bailey Howell – 2-times NBA Champion, All-NBA, 6 All-Stars

Allen Iverson – MVP, 7 All-NBA, 11 All-Stars, 2 All-Star MVPs, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 4-times Scoring Leader, 3-times Steals Leader

Bobby Jones – NBA Champion, All-ABA, 5 All-Stars, 11 All-Defensive, Sixth Man of the Year, All-Rookie

Moses Malone – NBA Champion, 8 All-NBA, 3 MVPs, Finals MVP, 13 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 6-times Rebounds Leader

Bob McAdoo – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 2 All-NBA, 5-times All-Star, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 3-times Scoring Leader

George McGinnis – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 2 All-NBA, 3 All-ABA, 6 All-Stars, All-Rookie

Dikembe Mutombo – 3 All-NBA, 8 All-Stars, 6 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 4-times Defensive Player of the Year, 2-times Rebounds Leader, 3-times Blocks Leader

Dolph Schayes – NBA Champion, 12 All-NBA, 12 All-Stars, Rebounds Leader

Chet Walker – NBA Champion, 7 All-Stars, All-Rookie

George Yardley – 2 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, Scoring Leader

 

Coaches

Larry Brown – NBA Champion, 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times ABA Coach of the Year, Coach of the Year

Mo Cheeks

Alex Hannum – 2-times NBA Champion, ABA Champion 2-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year, ABA Coach of the Year

Jack Ramsay – NBA Champion, NBA All-Star Game coach

 

Phoenix Suns

13 Hall Of Famers (11 Players, 2 Coaches)

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Players

Charles Barkley – MVP, 11 All-NBA, 11 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, All-Rookie, Rebounds Leader

Gail Goodrich – NBA Champion, All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

Connie Hawkins – ABA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Star, MVP

Grant Hill – 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Dennis Johnson – 3-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive

Gus Johnson – ABA Champion, 4 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, All-Rookie

Jason Kidd – NBA Champion, 6 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 5-times Assists Leader

Steve Nash – 2 MVPs, 7-All NBA, 8 All-Stars, 5-times Assists Leader

Shaquille O’Neal – 4-times NBA Champion, 3 Finals MVPs, MVP, 14 All-NBA, 15 All-Stars, 3 All-Star MVPs, 3 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, Rookie of the Year, 2-times Scoring Leader

Charlie Scott – NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Paul Westphal – NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

 

Coaches

Paul Westphal – 2-times All-Star Game coach

Rick Welts (Chief Operating Officer, Chief Executive Officer)

 

Portland Trail Blazers

9 Hall Of Famers (6 Players, 3 Coaches)

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Players

Clyde Drexler – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars

Drazen Petrovic – All-NBA

Scottie Pippen – 6-times NBA Champion, 7 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, 10 All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, Steals Leader

Arvydas Sabonis – All-Rookie

Bill Walton – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, Finals MVP, 2 All-NBA, 2 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, Sixth Man of the Year, Rebounds Leader

Lenny Wilkens – 9 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Assists Leader

 

Coaches

Jack Ramsay – NBA Champion, NBA All-Star Game coach

Lenny Wilkens – NBA Champion, 4-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

Mo Cheeks

 

Sacramento Kings

18 Hall Of Famers (16 Players, 2 Coach)

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Players

Tiny Archibald – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Assists Leader

Bob Cousy – 6-times NBA Champion, MVP, 12 All-NBA, 13 All-Stars, 2 All-Star MVPs, 8 times-Assists Leader

Bob Davies – NBA Champion, 5 All-BAA/NBA, 4 All-Stars, Assists Leader

Vlade Divac – All-Star, All-Rookie

Clyde Lovellette – 3-times NBA Champion, 4 All-Stars, All-NBA

Jerry Lucas – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Sarunas Marciulionis

Mitch Richmond – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Arnie Risen – 2-times NBA Champion, All-BAA, 4 All-Stars

Oscar Robertson – NBA Champion, MVP, 11 All-NBA, 12 All-Stars, 3 All-Star MVPs, Rookie of the Year, 6-times Assists Leader

Guy Rodgers – 4 All-Stars, 2 Steals Leader

Ralph Sampson – All-NBA, 4 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Maurice Stokes – 3 All-NBA, 3 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, Rebounds Leader

Jack Twyman – 2 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars

Bobby Wanzer – NBA Champion, 3 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

Jo Jo White – 2-times NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 2 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Rookie

 

Coaches

Paul Westphal – 2-times All-Star Game coach

Vlade Divac (General Manager)

 

San Antonio Spurs

10 Hall Of Famers (8 Players, 2 Coaches)

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Players

Mo Cheeks – NBA Champion, 4 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive

Louie Dampier – ABA Champion, 4 All-ABA, 7 All-Stars, All-Rookie

George Gervin – 7 All-NBA, 2 All-ABA, 12 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, All-Rookie, 4-times Scoring Leader

Artis Gilmore – ABA Champion, MVP, 5 All-ABA, 11 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Moses Malone – NBA Champion, 8 All-NBA, 3 MVPs, Finals MVP, 13 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 6-times Rebounds Leader

David Robinson – 2-times NBA Champion, MVP, 10 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars, 8 All-Defensive, Defensive Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader, Rebounds Leader Blocks Leader

Dennis Rodman – 5-times NBA Champion, 2 All-NBA, 2 All-Stars, 8 All-Defensive, 2-times Defensive Player of the Year, 7-times Rebounds Leader

Dominique Wilkins – 7 All-NBA, 9 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

 

Coaches

Larry Brown – NBA Champion, 2-times All-Star Game coach, 3-times ABA Coach of the Year, Coach of the Year

Jerry Tarkanian

 

Toronto Raptors

3 Hall Of Famers (2 Players, 1 Coach)

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Players

Tracy McGrady – 7 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, 2-times Scoring Leader, Most Improved Player

Hakeem Olajuwon – 2-times NBA Champion, 2 Finals MVPs, MVP, 12 All-NBA, 12 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, 2-times Defensive Player of the Year, 2-times Rebounds Leader, 3-times Blocks Leader

 

Coaches

Lenny Wilkens – NBA Champion, 4-times All-Star Game coach, Coach of the Year

 

Utah Jazz

9 Hall Of Famers (8 Players, 1 Coach)

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Players

Walt Bellamy – Rookie of the Year, 4 All-Stars

Gail Goodrich – NBA Champion, All-NBA, 5 All-Stars

Adrian Dantley – 2 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, 2-times Scoring Leader

Spencer Haywood – NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, All-ABA, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Bernard King – 4 All-NBA, 4 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Karl Malone – 2 MVPs, 14 All-NBA, 14 All-Stars, 4 All-Defensive, 2 All-Star MVPs, All-Rookie

Pete Maravich – 4 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

John Stockton – 11 All-NBA, 10 All-Stars, 5 All-Defensive, All-Star MVP, 9-times Assists Leader, 2-times Steals Leader

 

Coaches

Jerry Sloan

 

Washington Wizards

17 Hall Of Famers (14 Players, 3 Coaches)

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Players

Walt Bellamy – Rookie of the Year, 4 All-Stars

Dave Bing – 3 All-NBA, 7 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Elvin Hayes – NBA Champion, 6 All-NBA, 12 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader, 2-times Rebounds Leader

Spencer Haywood – NBA Champion, 4 All-NBA, All-ABA, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Bailey Howell – 2-times NBA Champion, All-NBA, 6 All-Stars

Gus Johnson – ABA Champion, 4 All-NBA, 5 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, All-Rookie

Michael Jordan – 6-time NBA Champion, 6 Finals MVPs, 5 MVPs, 11 All-NBA, 14 All-Stars, 9 All-Defensive, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, Defensive Player of the Year, 10-times Scoring Leader, 2-times Scoring Leader

Bernard King – 4 All-NBA, 4 All-Stars, All-Rookie, Scoring Leader

Moses Malone – NBA Champion, 8 All-NBA, 3 MVPs, Finals MVP, 13 All-Stars, 2 All-Defensive, All-Rookie, 6-times Rebounds Leader

Earl Monroe – NBA Champion, All-NBA, 4 All-Stars, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Mitch Richmond – NBA Champion, 5 All-NBA, 6 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Ralph Sampson – All-NBA, 4 All-Stars, All-Star MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie

Rod Thorn – All-Rookie

Wes Unseld – NBA Champion, Finals MVP, MVP, All-NBA, 5-times All-Star, Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie, Rebounds Leader

 

Coaches

Slick Leonard – 3-times ABA Champion

Jerry Krause – 2-times Executive of the Year

Rod Thorn – Executive of the Year

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