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With their enshrinement they proved themselves to be some of the greatest contributors to their sports of choice. But that doesn't mean that they haven't done some eyebrow raising activities in their downtime. The good thing about being Hall of Fame-caliber is that management is willing to look the other way on your antics as long as your produce within the lines. That's what separates this list from the wash-outs.

Now we should clarify that we're talking about major Halls of Fame here. Not state, or local, or municipality (if they have those). It wouldn't surprise us if some of you were in your high school Hall of Fame, and because of that we had to draw the line somewhere.

We should also mention that there's a reason we wrote "Allegedly" in the headline, and that's because these are just that, "alleged." It's not to save our butts from potential litigation, it's to give you information and allow you to make up your own mind. For instance, when I read into that Delonte West/LeBron rumor, it sounded like bullshit. And I still think it is. But it's the first thing that pops up when you enter "Delonte" into a Google search, and because people are going to talk about it, people are going to mention it.

So, since Delonte West isn't heading to Springfield anytime soon, he's not appearing on this countdown. Still his "situation" serves to clear our criteria up, so without further adieu, here are the 25 Worst Things "Allegedly" Done By Hall of Famers.