On Friday, Steve Nash was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.
The two-time MVP covered just about everything in his 20-minute Hall of Fame speech, from him receiving only one scholarship offer coming out of high school to his years with Mike D'Antoni and Amar'e Stoudemire on the "Seven Seconds of Less" Phoenix Suns.
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Nash also talked about his time with the Canadian national team while he was on the podium, saying that representing his country in the 2000 Olympics was "the greatest experience" of his career.
You can watch Nash's entire speech below:
Even though he retired in 2015, Nash's impact is still felt in today's NBA. Not only has he had a tremendous impact on this generation of Canadians, he's had an incredible influence on the league's best point guards.
It shouldn't come as a surprise, either. Nash is one of the greatest point guards, shooters and passers to have ever played in the NBA.