Being inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is one thing, but to also be an inductee of the FIBA Hall of Fame really signifies the player or coach's global impact.
In basketball history, only 26 players and 14 coaches have been inducted into both Hall of Fames. Of the total 26 players, 10 are from the United States. Of the 14 coaches, only six are from the United States.
The duo of Michael Jordan and David Robinson are the only players to be two-time inductees of each Hall of Fame, as they were enshrined as players and as members of the 1992 Olympic Dream Team.
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame: Teams enshrined | Players also inducted as a coach
Toni Kukoc, a member of the 2021 Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame class, is the most recent player to join the list, as he was already inducted into the FIBA Hall of Fame Class of 2017.
Among the coaches, Chuck Daly is the latest coach to join the list. Part of the 2021 FIBA Hall of Fame class, he was already a two-time inductee of the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame in 1994 and 2010 (as a coach of the 1992 Dream Team).
You can find the full list of players and coaches inducted into both the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame and FIBA Hall of Fame below.
|Player||FIBA Hall of Fame Class||Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame Class|
|8.||Oscar Robertson||2009||1980, 2010|
|13.||David Robinson||2013, 2017||2008, 2010|
|14.||Michael Jordan||2015, 2017||2009, 2010|
Coaches inducted into both Naismith and FIBA Hall of Fame
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