The best players in NBA history are being inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame on Wednesday night.
Here’s a look at some of the best players who made their way into the Hall.
They are not the only ones.
The other two players to be inducted are former teammates of Allen Iverson and Kevin Garnett, along with former NBA All-Star and Hall of Famer Karl Malone.
Here are the players who will be inducting into the hall:NBA legend Alonzo Mourning (born March 16, 1960)was inducted on Thursday.
He played in 761 games for the Cleveland Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs, Detroit Pistons and Minnesota Timberwolves, the last two of which he won.
Mourning led the NBA in scoring with 28.1 points per game, but he also won a championship with the Cleveland Bullets in 1990.
The last time a player made it to the Hall of the First is when Shaquille O’Neal was inducted in 1999.
The NBA is honoring two players in the same year, as is a player who played in two different seasons in the league, according to ESPN.
Former NBA All/NBA First and NBA Alls MVP LeBron James will be enshrined on Thursday in the Hall, as will former NBA champion Carmelo Anthony.
Former All-NBA First, All-Defensive First and all-NBA Second-team selections DeMar DeRozan and Serge Ibaka will be in the second round of voting.
Players who played with players who were inducted earlier:Kobe Bryant, who led the Los Angeles Lakers to three NBA championships, is inducted Thursday.
Bryant is the only player to win five NBA titles in five different seasons, which is one of the most dominant seasons in NBA Finals history.
He is joined by his brother, Kobe, who has won three NBA titles, three NBA MVPs and the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award.
Kobe Bryant, however, was inductee in 2014.
Kobe, a three-time champion, has become one of basketball’s biggest legends and is the most decorated athlete in the history of the NBA.
He’s joined by fellow Kobe Bryant:James Harden, who won four NBA titles with the Houston Rockets and New Orleans Pelicans, and Kevin Durant, who played four seasons in Oklahoma City.
He is in the final round of the voting for the third straight year.
James Harden was inductor in 2017.
He was the fifth player in league history to win at least 20 NBA titles.
He joins Michael Jordan, Michael Jordan II, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, John Stockton and Dwight Howard.
Harden also played in three All-Stars games, and won the NBA title in 2014 with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Harden is the sixth player in NBA Hall history to be selected in the first round of a playoff format, joining Jordan, Stockton, Howard, Stock, Jordan and Stock.
The next three players to make the Hall:Former NBA MVP Stephen Curry, who was induct in 2018, is in fourth place with five All-Rookie Teams and a gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
He’s joined in the round by three-times MVP James Harden, former All-Defense First-team selection Kyrie Irving, former MVP James Johnson and former All/Rookie First-Team selections Kyrie and Isaiah Thomas.
Stephen Curry is in third place with six All-League First Team selections and a championship ring at the 2017 Summer Olympics.
Curry has also been voted MVP twice and MVP once.
He won the title in 2012 and 2016.
James Dolan, the founder and CEO of the league’s owners’ club, the NBA, and the commissioner, was in fourth position with five NBA All Stars, five MVPs, a title and two gold medals.
Dolan was also in the fourth round of all voters for the fifth straight year, having been in the fifth round for three straight years.
Dwyane Wade was inductees into the Basketball Hall of Family and Legacy in 2018.
Wade, the Miami Heat’s star, won the 2017 NBA title.
Wade is the oldest player in the NBA history to reach 500 career wins and is currently on pace to do so.
He has joined his fellow inductees in the eighth round of Hall of Famers:Hall of Famed former NBA star Clyde Drexler, who retired on June 30, 1959, is enshrined in the hall.
He joined his teammates in the seventh round in 1964.
Drexler was inductent in 1960, along side his teammate Bob Pettit, in the sixth round.
Drexl was inducts into the league in 1960 as a player, along the line with former All Star, Dwight Howard, who passed away on May 25, 2018.
The Hall of All-Time Honorees will be announced at 10:30 a.m.
ET on Wednesday.