Some of the biggest, er, tallest men in NBA history were announced in the latest class of Basketball Hall of Famers.
Yao Ming, the 7-foot-6 center, and Shaquille O’Neal the 7-foot-1 center, who dominated four NBA titles were among the top of the class.
But one player seemed to get a lot of attention for his skill–and height–compared to his fellow classmates: Allen Iverson.
The just under 6-foot point guard was a league MVP in 2001 when he lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a championship game, nearly defeating Kobe’s legendary Lakers roster. But you might remember him more for how many times he said “practice” in this particular press conference:
Other Hall of Fame classmates include Coach Tom Izzo, Sheryl Swoopes, Zelmo Beaty, Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf, referee Darell Garretson, coach John Mclendon, and Cumberland Posey.