The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts, is the ultimate destination for the game's greatest talents. But it has come under heavy scrutiny over the years. And for good reason. It's a hot mess.
The voting process is so secretive, exclusive and convoluted you need an advanced physics degree and top CIA clearance to understand it correctly. And the fact that the college basketball Hall of Fame and the professional basketball Hall of Fame aren't completely separate entities (there actually is a College Basketball Hall of Fame run by the NCAA) is a head-scratcher.
More than anything, though, the standard by which NBA players enter the Hall of Fame is the most bothersome. Because it has no rhyme or reason. These NBA players should have their Hall of Fame credentials revoked.