Michael Jordan elected to basketball hall of fame

Michael Jordan accepted a Hall of Fame jersey, looked at former competitors John Stockton and David Robinson and threatened to make another comeback. Full Story
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AboutTime

Anderson, IN

#1 Apr 6, 2009
Jordan was more important to me in the 90s than Clinton or Bush!

GO MJ!!!! GO BULLS!!!!!!!!
Really now

Schaumburg, IL

#2 Apr 6, 2009
Shouldn't he have his own separate Hall of Fame...he rewrote the history of the game...elevated it to an art form....really now!

“Text OR drive...can't do both!”

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#3 Apr 6, 2009
The best birthday gift I ever got is a frame by frame print of Jordan's last shot in a Bulls uniform.

What a career. I STILL miss watching him play. Thanks for the memories Michael. Congratulations!
DTL

Chicago, IL

#4 Apr 6, 2009
Did Baseball elect him too?
Runner

Downers Grove, IL

#5 Apr 6, 2009
Is he going in as a Wizard, Bobcat, or Bull?
David T

Evergreen Park, IL

#6 Apr 6, 2009
Michael Jordan has always been something special to me. I appreciate all he has done for basketball and giving me a role model and inspiration as I grew up. Being 21 now, I watch highlights of him and still have goosebumps when I see them. He is, was and always will be the greatest that ever lived. Just imagine his already enourmous legend if he hadnt retired to attempt baseball. Congrats Michael, although it is no surprise. You deserve every second of it.
Yanking You

Chicago, IL

#7 Apr 6, 2009
DTL wrote:
Did Baseball elect him too?
No, he was not a Yankee.
Runner

Downers Grove, IL

#8 Apr 6, 2009
He should go in as a Chicago White Sox
Jazz Fan

Downers Grove, IL

#9 Apr 6, 2009
Runner wrote:
Is he going in as a Wizard, Bobcat, or Bull?
Is that a serious question? Everyon knows go in with the last team you played for....GO WIZARDS!
Jazz Fan

Downers Grove, IL

#10 Apr 6, 2009
Do you all really think Jordan is a hall of fame caliber talent? Or is it just because everyone else in the league he played with was subpar? Would he have been as good without Tony Kukok, John Paxon, Bill Wennington, and Steve Kurr? I don't think so!!!! I just wish the Jazz would have one one championship over the bulls.
Deep Dish

United States

#11 Apr 6, 2009
Jordan belongs in his own Hall Of Fame...A church of some sorts.

Micheal Jordan The Greatest Basketball Player Ever!!!!!!!!

The Best there is, the best there was and the Best there ever will be!!!
Greg

Chicago, IL

#12 Apr 6, 2009
Is he going in as a player or as a general manager?
Dave

Minneapolis, MN

#13 Apr 6, 2009
Jazz Fan wrote:
Do you all really think Jordan is a hall of fame caliber talent? Or is it just because everyone else in the league he played with was subpar? Would he have been as good without Tony Kukok, John Paxon, Bill Wennington, and Steve Kurr? I don't think so!!!! I just wish the Jazz would have one one championship over the bulls.
Uh, yes. Without a doubt. For you I recommend remedial spelling.
John Q Public

Inverness, FL

#14 Apr 6, 2009
I still won't wear Hanes.
Disgusted

Manteno, IL

#15 Apr 6, 2009
Jazz Fan wrote:
Do you all really think Jordan is a hall of fame caliber talent? Or is it just because everyone else in the league he played with was subpar? Would he have been as good without Tony Kukok, John Paxon, Bill Wennington, and Steve Kurr? I don't think so!!!! I just wish the Jazz would have one one championship over the bulls.
I'm sorry your meds ran out and you can't get a refill? Can I have your address so I can send a refill?
MJC

Chicago, IL

#16 Apr 6, 2009
6' 6", 10' basket, game invented for girls played by thugs.
DCL

Chicago, IL

#17 Apr 6, 2009
Very much a seriously forgone conclusion. But formality or not MJ deserves his congrats. Smart-ar$e commenters be damned, Chicago Bulls fans in particular and the game of basketball in general owe him tremendously for his accomplishments on the hardwood floors.
Gerard

Chicago, IL

#18 Apr 6, 2009
Congratulations MJ! Thank you for all the memories, especially the championships. Job well done. Great times! By the way ... How's the love life?
BRiAN from Bartlett

Park Ridge, IL

#19 Apr 6, 2009
Jazz Fan, you must be out of your mind!

John Paxson was a nobody without Jordan. He still is a nobody, always will be a nobody. Hopefully the guy will step down as the GM at the end of the year.

As for the rest of those people they were all good players. But I seriously doubt the BULLS would have won all those championships without Jordan. Furthermore lets not forget Pippen.
Howman

Chicago, IL

#20 Apr 6, 2009
This is pre-mature. He still has another comeback in him!

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