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Excellent live broadcast on September 12 The NBA trading market is in full swing, and the league teams are actively preparing to help the team complete the comprehensive upgrade of the lineup this summer, and have won more wins in the new season, attracting countless attention. At the same time, the dynamics outside the trading market are equally appealing and worth taking a look at together.
Recently, the 2022 NBA Players Hall of Fame ceremony has become the headline and hot topic of discussion in the media of various teams. However, two NBA historical records were born in this celebrity festival, Spurs star Ginobili became the second person in history, and NBA commentator Ferrezer became the first person in history.
The first is Ginobili, whose induction into the NBA Hall of Fame means a lot to him, and he becomes the second player in the GDP group to be selected. He is also the first player in the league to win the Olympic championship, the Champions League championship and the NBA championship in his career, which is enough to prove his influence in basketball. For this reason, Manu is also known as Messi in the basketball world. In his 16-year NBA career, Ginobili averaged 13.3 points, 3.8 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 1.3 steals per game, helping the team win 4 championship trophies and twice be named an All-Star.
Another Hall of Fame record comes from Knicks commentator Walter Ferrezer, who had a brilliant basketball career and switched careers as an NBA commentator after retiring. Walter Ferrezer was inducted into the Hall of Fame as a player in 1987 and again as a commentator after a gap of 35 years. In this regard, Ferrezer became the first player in NBA history to receive the title of two-man Hall of Fame.
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