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Steve Nash was offered a three-year, $36 million contract from the Raptors, which was considerably more money than what he eventually received from the Lakers.
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I've seen some pretty interesting postgame interviews over the years but this one from Los Angeles Lakers star Pau Gasol might be all-timer.Gasol was being asked a question about Lakers rookie center Robert Sacre and he answered it.The most interesting part however was that Gasol didn't realize that Sacre was sitting right next to him:
The Lakers currently have four point guards on their depth chart, with Steve Blake, Chris Duhon and Darius Morris backing up Steve Nash.
Legendary point guard Steve Nash claims he’s completely healthy and ready to help the Los Angeles Lakers win their 18th Larry O’Brien NBA Championship Trophy next June. “I feel as good as I’ve ever felt,” said Nash, 38, a three-time … Continue reading →
Steve Nash is no longer a member of the Phoenix Suns, and yet, inexplicably, the Suns have decided to continue fielding a team.
Actually, we all knew it would come to this someday. We knew the Suns existed before Nash. We kind of figured they might after Nash, too.
That time has arrived. And hey, it could be considerably more grim. In fact, some people might tell you the fact Nash...
Despite voyaging to Germany last month to undergo the identical non-surgical knee treatment that Kobe Bryant, Grant Hill and Alex Rodriguez have had done in recent years, Philadelphia 76ers head coach Doug Collins said yesterday that center Andrew Bynum needs … Continue reading →
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- Gordon Hayward scored 13 points, Al Jefferson added 12 and the Utah Jazz easily overcame Kobe Bryant's 23-point third quarter for a 114-80 victory over the winless Los Angeles Lakers in a preseason game Tuesday night.
Bryant finished with 31 points, while Jodie Meeks added 12 points on four 3-pointers in the fourth quarter for the Lakers, who rested Pau...
Veteran guard Derek Fisher is eligible to return to the Los Angeles Lakers in the event that the team wants him back. NBA officials verified that the Lakers could re-sign the 38-year-old Fisher without a waiting period, ESPN.com reported. It was reported previously that Fisher could not return to the Lakers until next March because of a one-year waiting period after the Lakers...
The 2012-2013 narratives:
-The Lakers became immediate threats to dethrone the Heat as NBA champs when they acquired Dwight Howard.
-San Antoniomay have lost four straight to OKC to end its season, but they’re gonna be back.
-Boston will be Miami’s biggest threat out of the East.
But the common thread among these perennial NBA contenders? These guys are old. Each team has the...