Slaven Bilic praised the impact of his substitutes as West Ham fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 at Norwich. West Ham found themselves 2-0 down after 65 minutes after goals from Robbie Brady and Wes Hoolahan, but Bilic, who threw on Victor Moses, Andy Carroll and Emanuel Emenike in the second-half, saw his side hit back through two goals in two second-half minutes from Dimitri Payet and Mark Noble.While Bilic was disappointed his side could not find a winner, he praised his sides character and declared himself happy with a point. Slaven Bilic praised the impact of his substitutes in West Hams 2-2 draw at Norwich We have to praise the character and the spirit of the guys, especially after 120 minutes on Tuesday, Bilic told Sky Sports.From when we scored our first goal until their chance with the last kick of the game it was all us.When you come from two goals down to 2-2 you are happy but in the end we could have won the game.We probably should have won but then again it was a good point for us. My thoughts are positive. We wanted to win the game but to finish like we did, Im happy.Moses played an instrumental part in Payets equaliser, forcing a save from Ruddy which rebounded to the Frenchman. Dimitri Payet (R) of West Ham United celebrates scoring his teams first goal with his team mate Victor Moses (L) during t Carroll and Emenike also caused Norwichs defence problems and the latter could have won it towards the end of the 90 minutes, but missed a couple chances.All the guys deserve praise, especially those that came from the bench, Bilic added.All three of them made a great impact.Bilic also singled out Payet, who signed a new five year deal with the club in midweek, for praise as the Frenchman took his tally for goals scored and assisted to 12 in the Premier League.Hes like that, Bilic said. He scored a goal and got another assist and he created the few chances we had at the end.Its not a surprise to me or for anyone. Also See: West Ham fightback earns draw Noble gutted not to get win Table Live on Sky KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- The Womens Basketball Hall of Fame is changing its selection timeline and will announce its next six-member class on Feb. 13.Under the new format, the Hall of Fames Board of Directors will announce 12 finalists on Jan. 16. Its the first time finalists will be announced before the selection of a six-member class.The six new members will be introduced in April during the Womens Final Four in Dallas.The Hall of Fame previously announcedd its new class each summer during the WNBA All-Star Game.dddddddddddd The induction ceremony still will be held in June, with the upcoming ceremony June 10 in Knoxville.Sherri Coale, Jackie Stiles, former official June Courteau and the gold-medal winning team of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics were among the inductees last summer. ' ' '