The former Warriors and Heat star has worked to make amends for saying in 2007, "I hate gay people" and declaring himself to be.
Former NBA star Hardaway has been a Hall of Fame finalist but has never made the cut. He says it's “because of what I said in 2007 about gay.
He thinks he knows why he hasn't joined them: his well-publicized rant from more than a decade ago, in which he said he hated gay people. He had career averages of 17.7 points and 8.2 assists per game. He teamed with Mitch Richmond and Chris Mullin to form "Run TMC" in Golden State.
Tim Hardaway, a five-time NBA All-Star, said he believes he's not in the Hall of Fame "because of what I said in 2007 about gay people.''.
Tim Hardaway is back in the news, this time making a new claim that his anti-gay, reputation-destroying rant in 2007 is the reason he's not in.