Muggsy Bogues meets fans at NBA Hall of Fame weekend – PHOTOS

During the NBA Hall of Fame weekend, one of the greatest ball handlers ever to play in the league, retired player Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues visited the “Jerry Colangelo Court of Dreams”, according to the official Facebook page of the Hall of Fame.

Bogues was at the meeting on July 19-20, spoke about his NBA career, and met with numerous fans, who took pictures and had their autographs signed.

In particular one picture really stands out – Bogues checking out an old poster with him (smallest player in the NBA) and the late Manute Bol (tallest player in the NBA), playing side by side with the Washington Bullets.

The rest of the gallery is below – check out Bogues meeting with fans, and signing autographs. Bogues is mostly remembered for the years he spent with the Charlotte Hornets.

He averaged a double double during the 1993-94 NBA season with 10.8 ppg and 10.1 apg. The next season he was averaging career high 11.1 ppg.

Bogues appeared in total 889 NBA games (556 started), averaging 7.7 ppg, 7.6 apg and 2.6 rpg in 28.6 minutes on the court.


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