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Steve Nash has always had a soft spot for San Antonio in his heart. Well it might be more of a hard spot, since the San Antonio Spurs will forever haunt his nightmares.
In Nash’s prime the Spurs knocked him out of the playoffs three times in four years. Still, Nash is one of the most professional athletes in the NBA today and he recently gave some comments about the Spurs in an interview with Grantland’s Zach Lowe.
Were you rooting for the Spurs, despite all the history there? I mean, they’re older, and you’re one of the league’s elder statesmen, and you’re close with Boris Diaw.
I was rooting for them a little bit. I did find myself wanting Boris to win, and I have a tremendous amount of respect for Pop. He’s an amazing coach, and I was even rooting for him a little, which is strange, considering he beat us so many times. It doesn’t mean I wouldn’t try to tear his head off in an alley if the championship was put on the line.
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A decision has been reached in Steve Nash’s ex-wife Alejandra Amarilla-Nash can move to LA with her three children. In an exclusive, I’ve been alerted that it’s a no-go for Alejandra’s planned move to the City of Angels, with the judge ruling that it wasn’t in the best interest of the children.
There is still however a chance that she will be awarded additional child support...
Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash took part in a training session with Italian soccer club Inter Milan at the NY Red Bulls training facility on Wednesday.
Inter Milan is currently touring the United States this week as one of eight international teams taking part in the first Guinness International Champions Cup. Nash is a lifelong soccer fan and is part owner of the Vancouver...
Steve Nash is not ready to predict when he will retire from the NBA.
"I don't really want to think about it," Nash said.
"I want to concentrate on this season and have a great season and then next year I'll worry about next year. After that there's a chance I could keep playing, but I'm totally open to not playing or playing again and I don't really...
We told you that Steve Nash was going to try out for the legendary soccer club, Inter Milan, in New Jersey this week. Well, Nash “tried out” with the team Tuesday, which was essentially just a practice, as he confirmed to NBA.com, but was unable to make the cut to play in their upcoming Guinness International Champions Cup tournament. However, as an avid soccer fan and part-owner...
It is no secret that Steve Nash is a massive soccer fan, he in fact owns a bit of the Vancouver Whitecaps club. Well Steve was granted a “try out” with Italian club Inter Milan this past week and now we have video of the practice session and post practice interview courtesy of The Crossover. Steve definitely looked comfortable out there.
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Laker fans aren’t the only ones excited about a healthier Lakers team next season. It seems Steve Nash is really looking forward to it, too.
Nash says the team is “excited for another opportunity” to finally get healthy (hopefully) and attempt to prove the doubters wrong, according to the Star Tribune:
Last season was a struggle for the Lakers, and the offseason hasn’t exactly...
We all know that Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash is a pretty big soccer fan and recently, he got the chance to practice with the Italian soccer club Inter Milan.
Inter Milan is in New York to play a friendly and invited the Canadian-born Nash to kick around the ball during a morning practice:
No joke, Nash got some soccer skills….
It remains one of the most hilariously iconic photos from NBA photo lore: The awful photograph taken for a Sports Illustrated article featuring Steve Nash, Dirk Nowitzki and Mark Cuban wearing cowboy hats. It was taken back during the inception of the Dallas Mavericks Hype Machine, when the Mavs were an up-and-coming team on the [...]The post Steve Nash still haunted by the Dirk...
Los Angeles Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni is still puzzled by Dwight Howard’s decision, nearly a month after the center decided to sign with the Houston Rockets. “It’s hard for me to sit here and criticize or even to understand why he left a place like L.A.,” D’Antoni told “ESPN L.A. Now” hosts Mark Willard and Mychal Thompson on ESPN LA 710 radio Tuesday.
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I’m actually quite surprised to see the Yankees thrown around in some of these trade rumors. Of course, I shouldn’t be because they are always in the mix for deals, but this year I can’t see them making the playoffs so why go in on a guy like Alex Rios. Long term he’s not the answer and this year he’s not the...