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Jameer Nelson and Paul Westhead, both former standouts at Saint Joseph’s, have been selected as part of the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame’s Class of 2024. The announcement was made by organization officials on Tuesday, highlighting their remarkable contributions to the world of sports.

Joining them in this prestigious list of inductees are George Benton, Rod Brind’Amour, Angelo Cataldi, Joan (Moore) Gnat, Brendan Hansen, Ryan Howard, Lurline Jones, Cheryl Reeve, Eddie Stanky, Andy Talley, A. W. Tillinghast, Chase Utley, and Alice Putnam Willetts.

The induction ceremony for the 2024 Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame will take place on Thursday, November 7 at the Live! Casino & Hotel Event Center in South Philadelphia. This event is open to the public and registration can be done by visiting for more information.

It is truly an honor for Jameer Nelson and Paul Westhead to be recognized for their achievements and legacy in the sports community. Their inclusion in this prestigious list is a testament to their dedication and hard work throughout their careers.

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