Report: Sloan and Stockton elected to Hall of Fame

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SALT LAKE CITY - The official announcement won't come until Monday morning, but according to the Salt Lake Tribune, the Jazz's Jerry Sloan and John Stockton have been elected to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.

Sloan is the fourth winningest coach in NBA history. Stockton led the NBA in career assists and steals. They were two of 16 finalists for the honor. Other reports indicate Michael Jordan and David Robinson will also be selected.

They will be enshrined in September in Springfield, Mass.

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