Add another achievement to one of the greatest to ever play the game.
FIBA announced that Michael Jordan will be inducted into the FIBA Hall of Fame. Jordan won two Olympic gold medals in his illustrious career, once in 1984 and in 1992 as part of the Dream Team.
Michael Jordan, arguably the greatest player of all-time, headlines a list of nine world class basketball personalities from seven different countries that make up the 2015 Class of Inductees to be enshrined into FIBA’s Hall of Fame on Saturday 19 September.
The remaining honorees include:
- Sarunas Marciulionis (Lithuania)
- Anne Donovan (U.S.)
- Vladimir Tkachenko (Russia/Ukraine)
- Ruperto Herrera Tabio (Cuba)
- Antoine Rigaudeau (France)
- Jan Stirling (Australia)
- Robert Blanchard (France)
- Noah Klieger (Israel)
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