SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) - Michael Jordan, maybe the greatest of
them all, is taking his place alongside basketball's other greats.
Jordan will be enshrined in the Hall of Fame on Friday night, a final honor that follows all the championship rings and MVP trophies he collected during his career.
He joins David Robinson, John Stockton, and coaches Jerry Sloan
and C. Vivian Stringer in a distinguished class, and at a morning
news conference with the inductees stressed that the weekend wasn't
just about him.
Still, none of them can compare to Jordan - perhaps no one ever will - after he led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships while often being considered the best player ever.