PHOENIX -- When US Airways Center reopened to players Thursday, it was no surprise that Steve Nash was the first member of the Phoenix Suns through the door. After the NBA's 149-day lockout, Nash is "desperate" to get back to basketball.
After a light workout alongside teammates Robin Lopez and Zabian Dowdell on Thursday morning, Nash addressed a number of topics, including his future with the Suns since he knows speculation about a trade out of Phoenix will certainly surface soon enough.
"I guess (speculation is) inevitable now," Nash said. "I think a lot of things will come to light or find resolution in the next few weeks with all the free agent signings, trades and stuff."
"After eight months away, that's so far ahead right now. (I'm) just desperate to get back to work."
Nash also discussed the league's condensed schedule, his relationship with Suns owner Robert Sarver and Grant Hill's free agency. More than anything though, the two-time MVP was happy to be back on familiar g...