This year's Hall of Fame class has some of the biggest names in NBA history. The list of inductees includes names such as Kobe Bryant, Kevin Garnett, and Tim Duncan. All three are among the greats in their positions. They are all players who have achieved a lot during their careers, and all three were MVPs at some point. This will be one of the most prominent Hall of Fame classes in recent memory, and it will be a great event to honor these players' careers.
One of the important aspects of a Hall of Fame ceremony is the person that is presenting you to the audience. Rachel Nichols recently revealed who was presenting each of the three players. All the presenting choices seem fitting for the task. Two famous rivals in Isiah Thomas and Michael Jordan are both presenting inductees this year, and Nichols suggested that the two sharing a green room could potentially be interesting.
Michael Jordan presenting Kobe Bryant seems only fitting. Bryant modeled his game on Jordan's, and the two shared a brotherhood even off the court. It will be interesting for Jordan to interact with his old rival, and one of the only people that beat him in the NBA playoffs. While that may be an entertaining aspect of the night, the focus will certainly be on the inductees.