As LeBron would say, it's about darn time.
According to the New York Post, legendary scorer Bernard King will be named to the Naismith Hall of Fame on Monday.
King is best known for his time with the Knicks, for whom he played from 1982-1987, a period during which he averaged 26.5 points per game. He began his career with the Nets in 1979 and finished it with them in 1993.
For his career, King averaged 22.5 points. He had a prolific 1984-85 season, averaging 32.5 points. He was was named to four All-Star Games.
King been nominated six times.
Gary Payton has already said he's been told he's been elected, with other reports saying Spencer Haywood is in, too.