The Top 10 Hall of Fame Locks Currently Playing in the NBA

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The Top 10 Hall of Fame Locks Currently Playing in the NBA
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Dennis Rodman's 2011 Hall of Fame induction was a reminder of what set the honor apart from so many other forms of recognition.

It's a subjective measure of greatness, and it benefits from the few years of hindsight needed to put someone's contributions into some historical perspective. Rodman wasn't the most versatile player, but he rebounded and defended in a league of his own—so much so that he became one of just 313 Hall of Fame inductees.

These are the sort of weighty accolades that consider more than box scores and championships alone.

At their most basic level, they reward someone's contributions to the game, whatever those may be.

Here's a look at 10 current players destined for the Hall of Fame. They're ranked on the basis of career accomplishment thus far. In other words, based on what they've done up to this point, who's most deserved of the Hall of Fame?

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