Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett are among the candidates for the 2020 class of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.
Lakers big Bryant, Spurs icon Duncan and Celtics favorite Garnett head the team of potential inductees. Chris Bosh and Shawn Marion are also on the 50-man roster.
The finalists will be announced during the All-Star weekend in Chicago in February, with the inductees unveiling in April.
Considered the Lakers’ biggest player, Bryant spent his entire 20-year career with the official Los Angeles franchise. The 18-year-old All-Star, who retired in 2016, won five NBA championships and two MVP awards. He was crowned the MVP of the championship in 2008.
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Like Bryant, Duncan was also a team player after spending his career with the Spurs, where he claimed five NBA rings during his 19 seasons before retiring in 2016.
Duncan was also a triple-final MVP, going with a two-time MVP and a 15-time All-Star.
Garnett helped the Celtics to the NBA glory in 2008 after being crowned the 2004 MVP during his time with the Timberwolves. Bosh finished his career with two leagues and 11 All-Star appearances.