One by one, the ABA Pacers have finally gotten the Hall of Fame recognition they deserved.
First, it was the late, great Mel Daniels in 2012. He was followed by former MVP Roger Brown in 2013. The beloved Slick Leonard made it three straight years with a Pacers' inductee in 2014. Now, George McGinnis, the last holdout, will get his Hall call this summer.
The 66-year old starred on one of the greatest high school basketball teams in state history, 1969 Indianapolis Washington, before going on to a record-setting freshman season at Indiana, and multiple All-Star selections in both the ABA and NBA throughout the 1970s.
McGinnis will be officially inducted this August.