Some seriously impressive career stats are to be enshrined in Springfield, Mass., this summer.
The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported Friday that Kevin Garnett, the late Kobe Bryant and Tim Duncan are among those to be inducted to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Formal announcements will be made Saturday, but it already was announced that Bryant would be enshrined posthumously. The Class of 2020 is poised to be one of the Hoophall’s most exciting yet given the current finalists.
Especially when you pool Garnett, Bryant and Duncan’s accolades.
11 combined rings
4 combined MVP awards
5 combined Finals MVP awards
48 combined All-Star nods
39 combined All-NBA nods
39 combined All-Defense nods
What a Hall of Fame class. pic.twitter.com/gNUaq23Oh9
— StatMuse (@statmuse) April 3, 2020
Enshrinement weekend is still set to take place on August 28-30. Ideally, the NBA will have made its return by then, and the league is entertaining all options to expedite that process.
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