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Nash, Stoudemire, Marion Named All-Stars
Posted: Feb. 8, 2005
Phoenix Suns forward Shawn Marion, guard Steve Nash and forward/center Amar
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It’s no secret that Phoenix Suns’ point guard Steve Nash is a fan of the ‘beautiful game’. Nash grew up playing soccer in Canada and has been known to organize All-Star soccer games featuring both basketball and soccer players during the NBA offseason. So it isn’t too surprising to see Nash offer his modeling services to...Read the Rest...
Steve Nash is set to become a free agent this summer, but has given no indication of any interest in being traded to a contender.
By Stefan Swiat, Suns.com
Posted: July 9, 2009
Already lauded for his world-class training habits, Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash has become renowned for yet another area of his health… his diet.
Towards the end of last season, subtle rumblings began to emanate out of the Suns’ locker room about the mysterious “Nash Diet.” Already well-known for being ultra-progressive...
by Marcel Mutoni / @marcel_mutoni
In his first year as a talking head, Shaquille O’Neal has struggled to translate his outsized personality onto the television screen. What the retired big man hasn’t had any trouble with, however, is the ability to give amazing interviews.
Shaq spoke candidly with Vibe Magazine about a number of subjects, and here are some choice quotes about...
Posted: Feb. 1, 2007
Phoenix Suns guard Steve Nash, forward Shawn Marion and center Amar
Posted: Aug. 8, 2002
The Phoenix Suns today have secured their future with Shawn Marion as the 6-7 forward signed a six-year contract for the maximum allowed by NBA rules. The contract will begin with the 2003-04 season.
“The Suns organization is thrilled to get Shawn signed to a long-term contract extension and secure an integral part of our future,” Suns President and...
By Mike Tulumello
East Valley Tribune
Nov. 24, 2004
If it's true that the best deals sometimes are the ones that never are made, then the Suns seem to have made a great one this past summer:
They didn't trade Shawn Marion. Not only has Marion been a key to the Suns' defense — for example, he pretty much single-handedly shut down Dirk Nowitzki of Dallas last week...
Posted: Feb. 2, 2010
NEW YORK -- The Chicago Bulls' Derrick Rose will defend his title in the 2010 Taco Bell Skills Challenge against Brandon Jennings of the Milwaukee Bucks, Steve Nash of the Phoenix Suns and Deron Williams of the Utah Jazz, as part of NBA All-Star Saturday Night on Feb. 13, at American Airlines Center in Dallas. The 2010 field features three of the event...
By Jerry Browneastvalleytribune.com,
Dec. 29, 2007
Another day, another honor for Steve Nash – but this one is pretty special.
On Thursday, Nash was named one of the 2007 recipients of The Order of Canada – the country’s highest civilian honor. He was selected not just for his fame, but for his many humanitarian efforts through his Steve Nash Foundation and the Canadian...
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By Scott BordowEast Valley Tribune
May 30, 2005
SAN ANTONIO – Some men are lucky enough to land their dream jobs.
By Steven Koek, Suns.com
Updated: July 14, 2004
Steve Nash may not be the only talented player the Suns land this summer. The club also agreed to a deal with restricted free agent swingman Quentin Richardson. An offer sheet has been signed and the Clippers, his current team, now have 14 days to match the offer and retain the four-year NBA veteran’s services, or decline and...
By Justin Einhorn
Posted: Feb. 2, 2012
Kevin Martin has provided plenty of offense since returning, but the Houston Rockets have seemingly suffered on defense.
The Rockets are looking to shore up things on that end of the court before opening a lengthy road trip, though they could have trouble doing so Friday night against Steve Nash and the Phoenix Suns.
Both Nash and the...
Posted: Feb. 10, 2011
After extending one winning streak against Golden State earlier this week, the Phoenix Suns now have a good chance to continue an even lengthier run of success at home over the Warriors.
In position to reach the .500 mark for the first time in almost two months, the Suns try for an 11th consecutive home victory over the Warriors when the teams meet Thursday...