The 13 finalists for the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame were announced on Saturday. The list includes three first-time eligibles who seem to be shoo-ins for the honor: #Ray Allen, Jason Kidd, and Steve Nash.

Here are some accolades from each of the #Hall of Fame finalists. Not included is the 1954-58 Wayland Baptist University women’s team who won 131 consecutive games. #Basketball Hall

Ray Allen

  • 10x All-Star
  • 2X All-NBA
  • 2X NBA Champion
  • NBA record 2,973 made three-pointers
  • 24,505 career points (24th all-time)

Maurice Cheeks

  • 4X All-Star
  • 5X All-Defensive
  • 1X NBA Champion
  • 2,310 career steals (5th all-time)
  • 7,392 career assists (13th all-time)

Lefty Dreisell

  • Career 786-394 record at Davidson, Maryland, James Madison, and Georgia State
  • 9th all-time in career D-1 wins
  • 13 NCAA Tournament appearances
  • 16X regular season conference champion

Hugh Evans

  • NBA referee for 28 seasons from 1972-2001
  • officiated 1,969 regular season games and 35 NBA Finals games

Grant Hill

  • 7X All-Star
  • 5X All-NBA
  • 1994-95 Co-Rookie of the Year
  • Per-game averages of 21.9 points, 8.1 rebounds, 6.5 assists, and 1.6 steals in his second through sixth seasons

Jason Kidd

  • 10X All-Star
  • 6X All-NBA
  • 9X All-Defensive
  • 1X NBA Champion
  • 1994-95 Co-Rookie of the Year
  • 1X NBA Champion
  • 12,091 career assists (2nd all-time)
  • 2,684 career steals (2nd all-time)

Kim Mulkey

  • 2X National Champion
  • Career head coaching record of 531-97 at Baylor (as of February 18, she still is their head coach)
  • AP College Basketball Coach of the Year in 2012
  • 8X Big-12 regular season conference champion

Steve Nash

  • 8X All-Star
  • 7X All-NBA
  • 2X MVP
  • 10,335 career assists (3rd all-time)
  • 90.4 career free throw percentage (1st all-time)

Katie Smith

  • 9X WNBA All-Star
  • 4X All-WNBA
  • 2X WNBA Champion
  • 906 made three-pointers (2nd in WNBA history)
  • 6,452 career points (5th in WNBA history)

Rudy Tomjanovich

  • Won back-to-back NBA Championships as head coach of the Rockets in 1994 and 1995
  • Career head coaching record of 527-416 in 12 seasons with Rockets, one with Lakers
  • Losing record in only two of his 13 seasons
  • Seven straight seasons helped guide the Rockets to the playoffs from 1993-99

Tina Thompson

  • 9X WNBA All-Star
  • 8X All-WNBA
  • 4X WNBA Champion
  • 7,488 career points (2nd in WNBA history)
  • 3,070 career rebounds (4th in WNBA history)

Chris Webber

  • 5X All-Star
  • 5X All-NBA
  • 1993-94 Rookie of the Year
  • Career per-game averages of 20.7 points, 9.8 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 1.4 steals, and 1.4 blocks