Nash, Hill, Kidd, Cheeks, and the rest of the 2018 class will be officially announced on Saturday prior to the NCAA Men's Championship game in San Antonio, and will be enshrined in Springfield, MA in September.
The trio will be joined by Maurice Cheeks.
Kidd and Stockton rank second and third in career assists behind only fellow Hall of Famer John Stockton.
The Mavericks drafted Kidd with the second overall pick in 1994, and he played in Dallas first from 1994-96 and again in 2018-12 as part of Dallas' 2011 title squad.
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The formal announcement will come during this Final Four weekend. The Canadian point guard and eight-time NBA All-Star out of Santa Clara also played for the Los Angeles Lakers in 2012-15 after being traded from Phoenix. Then there's his NBA career: Rookie of the Year; 7-time All-Star; 5-time All-NBA. Nash now serves as general manager of the Canadian national team, and has a minor player development role with the Golden State Warriors.
Jason Kidd is undoubtedly one of the greatest passers in the history of the game, and controlled the game from the point guard position in mercurial fashion over his 19 year career.
Hill was a two-time national champion and two-time All-American at Duke, but injuries kept him from reaching the same heights in the NBA during his 19-year career. He scored 17,387 points and totaled 10,335 assists across his career.
Jason Kidd was sacked by the Bucks as head coach in January and he's in the midst of his longest period away from basketball in his entire adult life.