NBA & ABA Leaders and Records for Hall of Fame Probability. Active players are listed in bold ...
To find the predicted probability of Hall of Fame election, do the following: P(HoF election) = 1 / (1 + exp(-(2.71054))) = 93.8% Based on Tony Parker's statistics and accomplishments, the probability that he will be elected to the Hall of Fame, as it stands now, is 93.8%. Summary
I’ve decided to go through Hall of Fame odds for all the players who played during the 2019-20 season and have at least five years of playing experience. That means youngsters like Luka Doncic and Joel Embiid don’t count, but 43-year-old Vince Carter, who just retired, does.
Jimmy Butler: 43.3 percent Hall-of-Fame probability. Leading the Heat to a title might make him a fringe candidate. Otherwise, he’s probably out. John Wall: 32.4 percent Hall-of-Fame probability
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The Boston Celtics have more players in Springfield, Massachusetts’ Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame than any other franchise in NBA history, and could be poised to add several more in the future, if the odds listed by Basketball-reference.com pan out favorably.
2022 Hall of Fame Candidates. Players are eligible for the Hall of Fame after they have been fully retired from play for at least three years. Only players with at least 50 career Win Shares are displayed.
The big names might not be recent NBA players, so here's hoping Tommy Heinsohn headlines basketball's 2022 Hall of Fame class as the first person ever inducted as a player, coach and broadcaster.