People Who Should Be In the Basketball Hall of Fame

10. Chris Webber

–  Playing career: 1993–2008 –  Position: Power forward and Center from Detroit, United States of America – Age: 49 – Teams: Washington Wizards, Sacramento Kings, Philadelphia 76ers, Golden State Warriors, Detroit Piston

Chris Webber

9. Yao Ming

–  Playing career: 1997–2011  –  Position: Center from Shanghai, China – Age: 41 – Teams: Shanghai Sharks , Houston Rockets  Inducted in 2016

Yao Ming

8. Tim Hardaway

–  Playing career: 1989–2003  –  Position: Point guard from Chicago, Illinois, United States of America – Age: 55 – Teams: Indiana Pacers, Golden State Warriors, Miami Heat, Denver Nuggets

Tim Hardaway

7. Dennis Rodman

–  Playing career: 1986–2006  –  Position: Small forward and Power forward from Trenton, New Jersey, USA – Age: 61 – Teams: Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Lakers, Detroit Pistons, Chicago Bulls  Inducted in 2011

Dennis Rodman

6. Tony Parker

–  Playing career: 1999–2019  –  Position: Point guard from Bruges, Belgium – Age: 40 – Teams: San Antonio Spurs, Charlotte Hornets

Tony Parker

5. Manu Ginóbili

–  Playing career: 1995–2018  –  Position: Shooting guard from Bahía Blanca, Argentina – Age: 44 – Teams: 2002–2018: San Antonio Spurs

Manu Ginóbili

4. Paul Pierce

–  Playing career: 1998–2017  –  Position: Small forward from Oakland, California – Age: 44 – Teams: Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, Washington Wizards

Paul Pierce

3. Steve Nash

–  Playing career: 1996–2015 –  Position: Point guard from Johannesburg, South Africa – Age: 48 – Teams: Dallas Mavericks, Phoenix Suns, Los Angeles Lakers Coaching career: 2020–present( Brooklyn Nets)

Steve Nash

2. Dwyane Wade

–  Playing career: 2003–2019  –  Position: Shooting guard from Chicago, Illinois, United States of America – Age: 40 – Teams: Miami Heat, Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers

Dwyane Wade

1. Dirk Nowitzki

–  Playing career: 1994–2019  –  Position: Power forward and center from Würzburg, Germany – Age: 44 – Teams: 1994–1998: DJK Würzburg , 1998–2019: Dallas Mavericks

Dirk Nowitzki