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2018 Basketball Hall of Fame: NBA stars react to induction ceremony

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Dirk Nowitzki, Steve Nash [NBA Getty Images]

On Friday, Sept. 7, 13 people were inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. The 2018 class was headlined by Ray Allen, Grant Hill, Jason Kidd and Steve Nash, and included the likes of Maurice Cheeks, Dino Radja and Tina Thompson.

MORE: Meet the 2018 Hall of Fame class

Here's what some of the biggest stars in the NBA have been saying about the 2018 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame ceremony on social media...

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To Coach Cheeks: Your Such an amazing coach and a better person. I'm blessed and humbled to be coached by you each and everyday. I've learned so much about the game of basketball because you and for that I'm extremely thankful. Congratulations on the Hall of Fame! 🙌🏾🙌🏾

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Congrats to my Boi '2 time" (Steve Nash). The nickname that @jalenvseverybody gave him in Phoenix @suns (2x MVP ) such a honor to have been your teammate #rockstars. Congrats on becoming immortal. #class2018 #dynamicduo NashxStat 🥂cheers. #1love #HallOfFame

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For more on the 2018 Basketball Hall of Fame, check out our full recap.

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