Six make it into Hall in total
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- On the playgrounds of Houston, a young Clyde Drexler used to pretend he was Julius Erving, flying over defenders with a championship on the line.
On Friday night, Drexler's idol, "Dr. J," presented him for induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
"I'm dreaming tonight," Drexler said. "My childhood idol is presenting me for induction into the Hall of Fame. It doesn't get any better than this. I am dreaming. I don't want to be awakened."