Rudy Tomjanovich gave a heartfelt speech during his official enshrinement into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, recalling the most important moments of his legendary career.
The legendary coach talked on his back-to-back championships with the Houston Rockets expressing his gratitude to the players that were part of those teams.
Among those was Robert Horry, who was an important part of those teams. Tomjanovich spoke up about Horry’s Hall of Fame credentials during his speech.
(via USA Today Sports):
“I want to speak up for Robert Horry to be inducted into the Hall of Fame,” Tomjanovich said. “He is truly a legendary player. He made so many clutch shots. He’s got seven rings to prove it. This is where he belongs.”
Horry won seven championships being known for the huge shots he made during those runs playing for the Lakers, the Spurs and the Rockets.