Active NBA Players That Will Be Hall of Famers Someday

Every year, while the Hall Of Fame enshrinements are going on, talk about which active players will be Hall of Famers when always comes up. All week we have been hearing about who will make it and who won't. Some lists are right on—and some are pretty questionable—but here is the accurate list of which NBA players will get a spot in Springfield when their careers are over.


The Locks


Shaquille O'Neal

Hands down the most dominating player ever, Shaq has done it all and is arguably one of the five greatest players ever. He is one of the most entertaining athletes in history. His resume's pretty good as well: 28,255 career points, 12,291 career rebounds, and 2,690 blocks, as well as career averages of 24.1 ppg and 11.0 rpg.

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15 All-Star appearances, three All-Star MVPs, 1993 Rookie of the Year, 2000 NBA MVP, four-time NBA Champion three-time NBA Finals MVP. People criticize Shaq for bouncing from team to team at the end of his career but once he leaves the game for good he will be missed and believe me when I say this, there will never be another Shaquille O'Neal.  


Kobe Bryant

He is the best basketball player since Michael Jordan. The abilities, the shots he hits, the clutch. Bryant is the hardest-working player of his generation and is the perfect player.

He's tall, quick, strong and skilled. Kobe is probably the one player that can make the Hall of Fame without any accolades but that won't be the case. Kobe has done it all:

81 points in a game, 25,790 career points, 10-time All-NBA Defensive selection, 12-time All-NBA Selection, 12-time All-Star, three-time All-Star Game MVP, two-time scoring champion, 2008 NBA MVP, five-time NBA Champion,and two-time NBA Finals MVP. Bryant arguably may have the best career actively and wi...

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