Steve Nash inducted into Suns Ring of Honor

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Mark J. Rebilas / US PRESSWIRE

Steve Nash played for three different teams throughout his 18-year NBA career, but the eight-time All-Star and future Hall of Famer is most commonly associated with the Phoenix Suns.

So, it was only fitting that the franchise which drafted the late-blooming point guard with the 15th pick in the 1996 draft recognized the 41-year-old for his unparalleled contributions to the organization.

The Suns inducted Nash into their Ring of Honor on Friday during the team's game versus the Portland Trail Blazers.

Here is a collection of photos, videos, and quotes from the commemorative ceremonies.

Nash led the Suns to their best record in franchise history in 2004-05, and earned back-to-back league MVP honors for his excellence in 2004-05 and 2005-06.

The British Columbia native is the Suns' all-time leader in assists, 3-point field goals made, and free-throw percentage. He ranks third in games played.

He is the 14th member of the Ring of Honor.