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FIBA Hall of Fame honors basketball players, coaches and administrators who have contributed to international competitive basketball. It was established by FIBA in 1991. It includes the "Samaranch Library", the biggest basketball library in the world that, as of 2007, has over 10,000 basketball books and 950 magazines from over 65 countries. The Hall of Fame building is a basketball museum built in Alcobendas, Madrid, Spain by the Pedro Ferrándiz Foundation. Induction ceremonies happen every two years, with the first happening in 2007.

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Male Players

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Inductees

Candidates

Female Players

Inductees

Candidates

  • Brazil Brazil: Marlene Jose Bento, Delcy Ellender Marques, Laís Elena Aranha da Silva, Maria Helena Cardoso, Nilza Monte Garcia, Maria Paula Gonçalves da Silva, Maria Helena Campos "Heleninha", Norma Pinto de Oliveira "Norminha"
  • Latvia Latvia: Dzintra Grundmane, Helēna Bitnere-Hehta, Silvija Radone-Krodere, Maija Saleniece-Siliņa, Skaidrīte Smildziņa-Budovska, Dzidra Uztupe-Karamiševa
  • Russia Russia: Nina Poznanskaya, Tatiana Ovechkina, Olga Soukharnova
  • Italy Italy: Catarina Pollini, Mara Fullin, Mabel Bocchi
  • United States USA: Anne Donovan, Teresa Edwards, Cheryl Miller
  • Hungary Hungary: Agnes Nemeth, Lenke Kiss
  • Spain Spain: Elisabeth Cebrián
  • Serbia Serbia: Marija Veger-Demsar
  • Bulgaria Bulgaria: Penka Stojanova
  • France France: Jacky Chazalon
  • Australia Australia: Robyn Maher
  • People's Republic of China China: Liu Yumin
  • South Korea South Korea: Shin-Ja Park

Coaches

Inductees

Candidates

Technical Officials

Inductees

Candidates

  • Latvia Latvia: Tālivaldis Pētersons, Imants Pļaviņš, Miervaldis Ramans, Jāzeps Šadeiko
  • Greece Greece: Costas Rigas, Kostas Dimou, Spyridon Kamizoulis, Antonios Skylogiannis
  • Spain Spain: Miguel Ángel Betancor, Pedro Hernández-Cabrera
  • Bulgaria Bulgaria: Artenik Arabadjian, Valentin Lazarov
  • United States USA: Zigmund "Red" Mihalik, Jim Bain
  • Iraq Iraq: Ali Al-Safar, Yousif Taher Al-Wahab
  • France France: Yvan Mainini
  • Italy Italy: Gualtiero Follati
  • Netherlands Netherlands: Piet Leegwater
  • Switzerland Switzerland: Marcel Pfeuti
  • Luxembourg Luxembourg: Léon Brosius
  • Australia Australia: John Holden
  • Puerto Rico Puerto Rico: Calvin Pacheco
  • The Bahamas Bahamas: Vincent Ferguson

Contributors

Inductees

Candidates

  • Germany Germany: Ursula Frank, Manfred Ströher, Hans-Joachim Otto
  • Spain Spain: Ernesto Segura De Luna
  • Italy Italy: Aldo Vitale
  • Poland Poland: Kajetan Hadzelek
  • Bulgaria Bulgaria: Bozhidar Takev
  • Austria Austria: Friedrich Walz
  • Luxembourg Luxembourg: Henri Heyart
  • United States USA: George E. Killian
  • Brazil Brazil: Ivan Raposo
  • Venezuela Venezuela: Israel Sarmiento Ramirez
  • Australia Australia: Alistair Ramsay
  • Philippines Philippines: Gonzalo "Lito" Puyat
  • People's Republic of China People's Republic of China: Carl Men-Ky Ching
  • Senegal Senegal: Abdoulaye Sèye Moreau

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