Hall of Fame

Becky Hammon, Gary Blair headline Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2023

By Aya Abdeen / April 1, 2023

Trailblazing 1976 U.S. Olympic women’s basketball team also inducted

A graphic showing the nine-member class of the FIBA International Basketball Hall of Fame, which includes Lisa Leslie and Geno Auriemma.

FIBA Hall of Fame adds Leslie, Auriemma and seven others

By Scott Mammoser / October 3, 2022

Senegal’s Mbengue becomes first African woman elected

Minnesota center Sylvia Fowles sits behind a table that has a microphone sitting on it directed at her face, wearing a black-and-white-patterned blouse and a black bucket hat during the Lynx's exit interviews.

Daily Briefing — Aug. 16, 2022: Lynx, Sparks conduct exit interviews

By Em Adler / August 16, 2022

‘I won’t miss Minnesota Lynx anything’

Becky Hammon points out something on the court to Rudy Gay as he leans in to listen, both standing in front of the scorers table,

Becky Hammon, Penny Taylor, DeLisha Milton-Jones among 2022 Hall of Fame nominees

By Gabriella Lewis / January 21, 2022

On Feb. 14, the Class of 2022 inductee list will be announced, and the induction ceremony will take place on June 11 ​​in Knoxville, TN

What’s next for Carol Callan

By Tee Baker / July 7, 2021

Hall of Famer to step down as U.S. women’s basketball team director

UConn and Tennessee extend Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame Revival Series

By Sara Stanley / June 4, 2021

Renewed rivalry between the Lady Vols and the Huskies allow new stories to be added to illustrious history

Two revenge games slated for Basketball HOF women’s showcase

By Tee Baker / May 27, 2021

Doubleheader will feature Uconn, Louisville, Baylor and Michigan

Jackson, Griffith, Ackerman elected to Naismith Hall of Fame

By Tee Baker / May 17, 2021

Legendary WBB writer Greenberg gets Gowdy Award, Stiff Lifetime Achievement

Women’s basketball Hall-of-Famer Gail Goestenkors hired as Kentucky assistant coach

By Zack Ward / April 26, 2021

Extremely accomplished coach joins Kyra Elzy’s staff

Haixia Zheng will be the first Chinese player to enter the FIBA Hall of Fame in June

By Zack Ward / April 5, 2021

Zheng won Olympic silver and bronze and was a key member of the 1997 Los Angeles Sparks