Found December 01, 2012 on Beyond The Buzzer:
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Steve Nash, who is listed as out indefinitely, was asked by Doris Burke if the reports indicating he could be back to the Lakers by next week held any truth.  Nash was not shy on describing his non-displaced fracture in his leg calling it “tricky”, “complicated”, “frustrating” and”wishful thinking” in regards to the notion that he could be back within a week or two: According to the NBA: “It would be great if I could be back next week, unfortunately, the fracture is in a really tricky area which is complicating the healing process. But, wishful thinking, I could be back in a week, maybe two, but right now it’s really frustrating. I’m just trying to do whatever I can to get back as quickly as I can.”
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