The Re-Birth of The Hall!

The NYC Basketball Hall of Fame is thrilled to announce its rebirth after a seven year hiatus. The Class of 2024 will include 10 great native New Yorkers who excelled both on and off the court, have contributed to the development of The City Game, and accepted the honor – each in their own way.

 

THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS

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Respect • Honor • Inspire

We're excited for this event -- the re-birth of THE HALL This year!

Respect. Honor. Inspire.

GET IN THE GAME!

HONOR AN INDUCTEE / PLACE A SHOUTOUT (starting at $10)

Everyone $10 and up will receive a link to the livestream of the ceremony!

2024 INDUCTEES

PLAYERS/COACHES/OFFICIALS BEING HONORED THIS YEAR

Tina Charles

Tina Charles
Christ the King — Jamaica, Queens

  • Leader of National #1 Christ the King
  • 2 Time NCAA Champ (UConn)
  • 2006 NYC Player of the Year -Newsday, Daily News and NY Post
  • #1 WNBA Draft Pick 2010 (Connecticut Sun)
  • 2nd in WNBA most rebounds collected
  • 3rd on WNBA all-time points list.
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Lauren Cargill
Cardozo — Fresh Meadows, Queens

  • All-Time Leading Scorer (Men & Women) CCNY & CUNY Athletic Conference
  • 1st Woman to Score 2,000 Points in CCNY & CUNY History
  • Record 2,272 Points (Men & Women) Still Stands After 20 Years
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Joe Hammond
Taft — Harlem, Manhattan

  • Named best streetball player ever by The New York Times (1990)
  • Scored 50 points in a half against Julius Erving at Rucker Park
  • 5th Pick in 1971 NBA Early Entry Draft (Los Angeles Lakers)
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Raymond Dalmau
Benjamin Franklin — Harlem, Manhattan

  • 20 seasons with the Piratas de Quebradillas in top tier of Puerto Rican basketball - Baloncesto Superior Nacional (BSN)
  • BSN's all-time leader in points (11,592), rebounds (5,673) and assists (2,302).
  • As coach, led Puerto Rico to Tournament of the Americas Gold Medal (1990)
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Jonathan Halpert
Yeshiva — Washington Heights, Manhattan

  • Dean of NYC Basketball Coaches (All Levels – At Retirement)
  • Longest Tenured Basketball Coach in NYC History (All Levels – At Retirement)
  • 4th Longest Tenured Coach in All of Basketball (All Levels – At Retirement) 2024
  • 6th winningest coach in NYC history!
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Gil Reynolds*
Brownsville — Brooklyn

  • The father of basketball in Brooklyn
  • Helped develop Bernard King, World B. Free, Fly Williams, John Salley and Rolando Blackmon among many others.
  • His only children were his former players
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Ronnie Nunn
Brooklyn Tech — Brooklyn

  • 5 Decades of Service/Contribution to the Game in NYC
  • NBA Director of Officials
  • Officiated 1,134 regular season, 73 playoff, 4 Finals games and the 1996 All-Star Game
  • Host - “Making the Call With Ronnie Nunn”
  • NYC Basketball Hall of Fame Legacy Board Member

 

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Tom Konchalski*
Elmhurst, Queens

  • NYC Basketball Hall of Fame Founding Board Member
  • Universally regarded as most respected evaluator of basketball talent in USA.
  • 2023 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame John Bunn Lifetime Achievement
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John "Jack" Powers
Manhattan Prep, Manhattan College — Bronx

  • Contribution to Development of the Game - City, Regional, National & Int'l
  • Excelled at Every Level of the Game - Player, Coach, Administrator, Executive
  • 2015 “ECAC Legend” & Member of Multiple Halls of Fame
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Charley Rosen
Roosevelt HS, Hunter College — Bronx

  • Basketball Player, Coach, Analyst, Writer, Historian, Commentator
  • Set Hunter College records for both scoring and rebounding (1959-1962)
  • Recognized as one of the foremost writers of basketball fiction and nonfiction Authored 27 books during his award-winning career. 16 about basketball alone.