Jason Kidd to be introduced by Gary Payton at HOF induction ceremony

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Hall of Famer and fellow Oakland native Gary Payton will do http://www.officialastrosshop.com/authentic-56-hector-rondon-jersey.html the honors of inducting Kidd into the Hall of Fame at the ceremony on Sept. 7 in Springfield, Massachussetts, a source told ESPN’s The Undefeated.

Jason Kidd, Steve Nash, Ray Allen and Grant Hill headline the 2018 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame class. Other inductees include Maurice Cheeks, longtime coach Lefty Driesell and women’s basketball standouts Katie Smith and Tina Thompson.

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