Legendary NBA figures Vince Carter and Chauncey Billups have earned prestigious spots in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2024, as announced by NBA insider Shams Charania.

Carter, a dynamic force on the court, boasts an illustrious career highlighted by eight All-Star selections, two All-NBA team honors, and a remarkable achievement of being the league’s No. 21 all-time leading scorer.

Additionally, Carter holds the distinction of playing in a league-record 22 seasons and securing a gold medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, solidifying his status as one of basketball’s most iconic figures.

Joining Carter in the Hall of Fame class is Chauncey Billups, a revered floor general renowned for his leadership and clutch performances throughout his 17-year NBA tenure.

Billups notably earned the Finals MVP accolade while leading the Detroit Pistons to a championship victory in 2004.

In addition to his championship triumph, Billups earned five All-Star selections and garnered three All-NBA team nods, further cementing his legacy as one of the game’s premier guards.

The official announcement of Carter and Billups’ induction into the Hall of Fame will take place during the Final Four festivities.