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Makes sense in my eyes. Nash is almost 40 and with the Lakers trying to clear as much cap space as possible for this upcoming free agency class, getting rid of the breaking down point guard would seem to be a good step. Steve Nash is another vet who may be traded this year. I've […]
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We’re just four games into the season, yet there are already rumors surfacing that the Lakers may be looking to trade their 39-year-old point guard, Steve Nash.
According to Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld, Nash may be traded by the Lakers this season and the Toronto Raptors are a possible landing spot:
Steve Nash is another vet who may be traded this year. I've heard Toronto as...
The time has come for the Los Angeles Lakers to let go of Steve Nash.
Steve Nash (Photo Credit: Laker Nation)
Nash, the starting point guard for the Lakers is three months away from turning 40. He is in his 18th season in the NBA and his production has been decreasing year after year.
Prior to the start of the 2012-2013 NBA season, before Nash joined the Los Angeles Lakers, the Toronto...
The season has only just begun, yet Steve Nash has already encountered a number of different injury issues. The Canadian point guard has suffered from ankle, neck and quad issues, yet it appears that Nash is also still suffering from nerve damage caused by his broken leg last year.
According to Dave McMenamin from ESPN Los Angeles, Nash told reporters today that the nerve issues...
Steve Nash had his best game of the season Sunday night in the Lakers' 105-103 win over the Atlanta Hawks.
While he missed eight of 13 shots, Nash played a season-high 29 minutes and contributed 13 points along with six assists without a turnover.
Nash was hampered throughout the preseason by a variety of physical ailments including neck and ankle soreness.
The former 2-time MVP is on the trading block.
I’m not sure how much value a 39-year old point guard has, but apparently his hometown team is showing interest.
Steve Nash is another vet who may be traded this year. I've heard Toronto as a possible landing spot for Nash from multiple league sources.
— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) November 4, 2013
Two Canadians could be...
A report broke just a couple of days ago that Steve Nash could be traded to Toronto. After this news, Nash’s trade stock may have just took a major hit.
Nash has been going through physical issues, which is expected from a 39-year old in the NBA, but he says the main problem dates back to his broken leg of last year.
“I’m still fighting things that happened because of the broken...
Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash is still dealing with nerve damage stemming from the fractured left leg. “I’m still extremely optimistic,” Nash said, via ESPNLosAngeles.com. “I just think maybe the level of health is different. It is going to be a day-to-day struggle for me, and that’s something I’m up for, though, and I’m optimistic that if I don’t have any...
Steve Nash is still dealing with nerve damage stemming from the fractured left leg that sabotaged his first season with the Los Angeles Lakers, the 39-year-old point guard told reporters Monday.
"I'm still extremely optimistic," Nash said, coming off a win against the Atlanta Hawks in which he contributed 13 points, 6 assists and 0 turnovers in 29 minutes. "I...
As Gregg Popovich well knows, it’s one thing to sit a veteran player, but it is wholly another when it's a close game in the fourth quarter. That's what happened with Steve Nash in the Lakers’ 91-85 loss to Popovich’s Spurs on Friday night.
Last season’s Lakers train wreck was already humbling for ring-less Nash. He was marginalized in training camp by Mike Brown’s...
When the Los Angeles Lakers signed Steve Nash, everyone assumed he would be the player that he was when he was on the Phoenix Suns. Instead, the Lakers got a […]
Steve Nash was a guest on Jim Rome’s show today and talked about all things Lakers. Check out a transcript below of some of the highlights from the interview.
On Kobe Bryant coming back:
The biggest thing is first to see how Kobe’s feeling. Is it going to take him time to completely get back to where he was or is he going to come back flying?
So, I think we’ve got to wait and...
Steve Blake, Steve Nash, and Pau Gasol meet for an exchange of support (photo credit: Lakers.com)
After the first week of the season, the Los Angeles Lakers find themselves sitting with a 2-2 record that is neither surprising, nor encouraging.
The season kicked off with the Lakers “upsetting” the Los Angeles Clippers behind 41 bench points in the fourth quarter. A Laker starter...
The Lakers got very little production from their starters tonight in a blow-out loss to the Mavericks.
Pau Gasol, Shawne Williams, Xavier Henry, Steve Blake and Steve Nash scored a total of 32 points on 34 shots, while the Mavericks’ Monta Ellis alone scored 30 points on just 14 shots against an AWOL Lakers’ interior and perimeter defense.
The final box score shows that the Lakers...
Lakers (1-2) vs. Hawks (1-1) Game Preview – 11/3/13
The Los Angeles Lakers are looking to get back on track against the Atlanta Hawks after dropping two straight games.
Last time we watched the purple and gold, they lost a very winnable game against a good Spurs team.
With three games down, we’ve now seen enough from this team to raise some questions.
What is going on with Steve...