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Reinsdorf, Krause Nominated For 2013 Hall Of Fame Class

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Jerry Reinsdorf and Jerry Krause in 1997. (Credit: Jonathan Daniel /Allsport)

Jerry Reinsdorf and Jerry Krause in 1997. (Credit: Jonathan Daniel /Allsport)

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(WSCR) Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf and former Bulls general manger Jerry Krause are among the new Hall of Fame nominees for the class of 2013.

According to a report, 31 candidates are moving forward via selection from the North American committee, the section that handles the majority of the nominees from the NBA.

Next, the candidates will be judged by a nine-member panel, with seven votes needed to advance to the finalists stage. Following that, a separate group of 24 voters will make the ultimate ruling. Candidates must receive support from 18 of the 24 voters to be inducted. Results will be revealed at the NCAA Final Four in Atlanta in April.

Together, Reinsdorf and Krause brought six NBA championships to the Bulls.

 

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