Former Detroit Pistons guard Grant Hill is expected to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. He scored 17,529 points, grabbed 8,725 boards and totaled 12,091 assists across that time.
Kidd was selected by the Mavs with the second overall pick in 1994 when he went on to win the Rookie of the Year, and played for Dallas from 1994-96, briefly during the 1996-97 season, and then again from 2008-12 when he helped the franchise win its only National Basketball Association title.
ESPN reports the trio has been notified that they will be inducted, but the formal announcement will come at a Final Four news conference in San Antonio this weekend. He began his career with the Detroit Pistons from 1994-2000, making the NBA All-Star game in his first four seasons and averaging 21.6 points, 7.9 rebounds and 6.3 assists per game in six years with Detroit.
A 12-time All-Star, Kidd won the 2011 NBA Championship as a member of the Mavs. Nash last played in 2014, while Kidd and Hill last played in 2013. Nash now serves as general manager of the Canadian national team, and has a minor player development role with the Golden State Warriors.
Hill also played in the league for 19 years, but saw many injuries throughout his career.
Hill finished his career with seven All-Star appearances, First Team All-NBA honors in 1996-97 and was the Rookie of the Year. Kidd made the NBA All-Star team 10 times across his 20-year career, and the All-NBA first team five of those years. He was the all-time leader in steals at the time of his retirement in 1993.
It is unclear whether any of the other nine finalists, who include Ray Allen, Chris Webber and Rudy Tomjanovich, were selected for the Hall of Fame.