— Chris Alvarez (@CAlvarezABC7) April 8, 2022
Dakar foundation was there in the building when RUN TMC was formed and thrived in the early 90’s. Surprisingly this trio only played for 2 years, but revitalized a Warriors organization and gave us two seasons that spawned an All-NBA Hall Of Fame trio that may never be equaled while on the court together.
Tim Hardaway was the final member of the Warriors’ Run TMC trio to make the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, but he almost didn’t want to take the call last week that made it official.
Hardaway said he received an email a few days prior that John Doleva, the president and CEO of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, would be giving him a call at noon on a Monday.
Tim Hardaway called Run TMC to tell them he was elected into the Hall of Fame before he called his parents 🤣 pic.twitter.com/FTZjzNvcGB
— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) April 8, 2022
Run TMC Lives on as the Rare Team Celebrated for Style Rather Than Record
Nearly 30 years before the Splash Brothers came along, three scoring sensations gave Golden State a revolutionary, wide-open offense with a catchy name.
— The Players’ Tribune (@PlayersTribune) August 10, 2021
Run-TMC averaged 72.5 points, which made them the league’s highest-scoring trio. Their 72.5 points per game put them as the second-highest in NBA history for a 20-point trio. The only trio that scored than Run-TMC was the Denver Nuggets’ trio of Alex English, Kiki Vandeweghe, and Dan Issel.