In the eyes of the basketball public, Andre Miller is a pretty good player, with a nice, consistent career. “But”, they claim, “he is definitely not a hall of famer”. The hall of fame probability thing on basketball-reference bears this out: he has a 1.4% chance of getting in.
What a load of horsecrap.
Seemingly the only requirement for getting into the hall is just chucking a bunch of shots and scoring a lot of points. Does anyone think Chris Mullin should really be in? Meanwhile Andre Miller gets penalized for actually trying to play within a team-oriented concept. And he’s not alone. Mark Jackson, 3rd all time in assists, has EVEN LESS of chance than Andre. It’s a conspiracy.
The lucky thing for the NBA is that its HOF has a long way to go before it’s as meaningless as MLB’s.