The 2009 Basketball Hall of Fame class was inducted on Friday. Leading the way was Michael Jordan, arguably the greatest basketball player in the history of the sport. David Robinson, John Stockton, Jerry Sloan and C. Vivian Stringer completed the class. At the end of this entry, you can see the Michael Jordan Hall of Fame induction video.
Jordan won six NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls. At the end of his career, he played with the Washington Wizards. He’s currently the man in charge of the Charlotte Bobcats.
Robinson played his entire career with the San Antonio Spurs. He won two NBA championships and is regarded as one of the classiest athletes in any sport.
Stockton and Sloan rose to fame with the Utah Jazz. Sloan has been the coach of the Jazz for more than 20 years, while Stockton became the all-time leader in assists and steals during his career in Utah.
Stringer is a women’s college basketball coach who has led three different school to the Final Four.
Here is the video of Michael Jordan getting inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame: