He was a five-time All Star during his year career and a member of the gold medal-winning U. Olympic team at the Sydney Olympics. According to ESPNthe explosive point guard averaged
There is also the matter of comments made 10 years ago this month during a radio interview when responding to a question about former NBA center John Amaechi's decision to publicly come out as a gay man. I am homophobic. I don't like it.
Tim Hardaway was an all-star five times and finished in the top 10 of MVP voting three times during an NBA career that spanned to He finished with 7, assists 16th all-time1, three-pointers 29th1, steals. I am homophobic.
Former Miami Heat guard Tim Hardaway said on a radio show Wednesday afternoon that he would not want a gay player on his team. I am homophobic. I don't like it.
Timothy Duane Hardaway Sr. In his rookie season, Hardaway wore number 5 on his jersey, as Manute Bol wore Hardaway's After Bol left the Warriors, Hardaway acquired the number.
InTim Hardaway said :. I am homophobic. Hardaway, via Alex Kennedy of HoopsHype :.
Former NBA center John Amaechi, who disclosed last week he's gay, said anti-gay comments by another retired player "demonstrate the need to continue the conversation. Retired Miami Heat guard Tim Hardaway said on a radio show Wednesday that he hates gay people, then later apologized for his remarks. I don't like it.
Quick backstory: InHardaway was still riding high after recently retiring from a crazy successful year career in the NBA, during which he scored a total of 15, points and 7, assists and won an Olympic gold medal with Team USA. I hate gay people. Go make it right and make people understand that you made a mistake. I just try to be positive.
Tim Hardaway made homophobic remarks back in that he says are the only thing keeping him out of the Naismith Hall of Fame. Tim Hardaway has the resume of a Hall of Fame basketball player, but he says homophobic comments he made back in are keeping him from being inducted. In a wide-ranging interview with Alex Kennedy of Hoops Hypethe five-time All-NBA guard for the Warriors and Heat discussed being on the ballot for the Naismith Hall of Fame for the fifth time and explained why he still hasn't been granted access to the exclusive club.