LeBron James’ Hall of Famer’s induction into the Hall of History is one of the most anticipated events of the 2017-18 season.
But in this week’s edition of The Hill, we look back at a key moment in the history of the sport and why it has never been achieved before.
We begin by exploring the origins of the NBA and its history, which includes a tumultuous and turbulent 20th century and a period when the league was more popular than ever.
But we end by looking at the top-ten ranking for the NBA Hall of Honor, which was announced last month and will be revealed in 2019.
Our experts break down the first nine days of the announcement and offer their predictions on the final vote, which will be released on June 30.
It’s not over yet!
The top 10 in the NBA award: 1.
LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers (1941)2.
Bill Russell, Boston Celtics (1952)3.
Magic Johnson, Orlando Magic (1975)4.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Los Angeles Lakers (1977)5.
Larry Bird, Orlando Suns (1986)6.
Dennis Rodman, Los Angles Clippers (1989)7.
Chris Paul, Los Pauls Clippers (1995)8.
Karl Malone, Memphis Grizzlies (2001)9.
Larry Brown, Milwaukee Bucks (2004)10.
Dennis Eckersley, Boston Celtic (2008)1.
LeBron, ClevelandCleveland Cavaliers (21)James won the NBA title in 2016 with the Cavs, and won the league’s MVP award in 2009.
The Hall of Legend was created in 1991 and is named for a member of the league, not a player.
James was inducted in the ceremony, and his induction became official in 2019 after the league voted to name the hall after him.
His first two seasons were not the greatest.
The Cavs went 15-24 during his first three seasons and went 21-25 in his final three seasons, which left them at the bottom of the Western Conference standings.
His four-year run with the Cleveland Cavaliers ended with a team in the bottom 10 in both the Eastern Conference and Western Conference in 2012-13, and he won the title that year.
He went on to win a second championship with the Golden State Warriors in 2017, which made him the first player in NBA history to win three championships in four consecutive seasons.
The Cavs’ streak of winning at least 50 games each of his first five seasons came to an end in 2016, and they finished at a record of 10-25.
He was traded to the New York Knicks in the summer of 2018 to bring in star guard Carmelo Anthony.
James’ three MVPs in his first four seasons led the NBA in scoring, rebounds and assists.
He led the league in both scoring and assists in 2017 and finished second in both categories for the third consecutive year.
He was also named to the All-Star Game in 2017 as part of the All NBA team.
James averaged 20.1 points and 7.8 rebounds for the Cavs in the 2017 NBA Finals and was named MVP in the game after leading the Cavaliers to a victory.
The team was led by LeBron, who averaged 24.3 points per game and 11.7 rebounds for Cleveland.
The All-NBA First Team also included James and his teammate Kyrie Irving, and the two players averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds and 7 assists.
James and his teammates won the 2016 NBA championship, the first title since the Cavs won the 2012 NBA Finals.
He also became the first players in NBA History to win four championships in five consecutive years.
James won four championships and led the Cavs to two NBA titles, the most in the league.
James became the league MVP for the first time in 2016 when he averaged 28.3 ppg and 9.8 rpg.
James led the Cavaliers and led all players in both offensive and defensive efficiency during the 2016-17 season.
The 2016-2017 season marked James’ first season in the All Star Game.
James made 25 field goals and made six 3-pointers in a game.
He finished the season with 25 field goal attempts and made nine 3-point field goals.
James finished the year averaging 24.7 points, 6.3 rebounds and 3.2 assists.
James averaged 14.9 points in the 2016 Eastern Conference semifinals against the Indiana Pacers.
James was a key part of a team that made the Finals, and had four games with double-digit scoring and six games with at least 10 points.
In 2017, James was named the All American by the Associated Press.
He received the award after he led the Cleveland Cavs to their third straight Eastern Conference championship and their first in the last three years.
He finished the regular season with 31 points, nine rebounds and five assists in 30 games.
The Cavaliers advanced to the Eastern Final in the first round, where they lost to the Brooklyn Nets.
James scored 25 points and added