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The Association, is still in “hurry-up” mode, an after-effect of the protracted NBA Lockout, as one week after the completion of the NBA Finals, the 2012 NBA Draft will be held this Thursday night. Teams will barely have enough time to catch their collective breath, before many clubs decide to wade into the waters of Free Agency, which goes into effect this Sunday. One player who will decide where he will make his home next season, is veteran Steve Nash, who has been through this process before.
The veteran, who began his second stint with the Phoenix Suns during the 2004-2005 campaign, will have plenty of suitors courting his services, once the calendar turns to July. The guard who won the NBA MVP in back to back seasons a few years ago, was a guest on the “ESPN-Radio” affiliate in New York City, on Monday and told the hosts that he is keeping his options wide open, as he gets ready to negotiate what could be his final contract of his career in the Association.
The point guard sai...
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Steve Nash is entering what will likely be the final free agency period of his career. At age 38, Nash has yet to win an NBA championship. It would only make sense for him to sign with a championship contender for the final years of his career, although he did recently admit that money is a very important factor in his decision. One team that is looking for backcourt help and is...
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With free agency looming, the point guard conceded that being "validated monetarily" will play a big part in ultimately determining which team he will sign with this summer.
Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash is going to be one of the top prizes of this year's free agency period. The 38-year-old veteran proved this season that he can still play and still be a key building block in a team’s chance to be successful.
He has said he does not want to stay in Phoenix unless the Suns can make some moves to be competitive next year, and there may not...
Last week, we heard many reports that Steve Nash was interested in the New York Knicks and that rumor was gaining great momentum, but there’s this report that seems to give the Nash to Toronto rumor added steam. Meanwhile, several NBA personnel executives have confirmed that the Nash-to-Toronto rumors may have real traction. “I’ve been [...]
Steve Nash is keeping an open mind as free agency nears.
The two-time NBA MVP plans to start meeting with teams when he officially becomes a free agent Sunday. Nash wants to hear their pitches before narrowing down his list.
The 38-year-old point guard was in New York City on Wednesday for his annual celebrity soccer game to raise money for his foundation. Naturally, he heard plenty...
Steve Nash discussed the possibility of teaming up with Kobe Bryant and the Lakers.
Steve Nash is set to become an unrestricted free agent for the first time since 2004.
The fluid and meandering stream of Steve Nash speculation rolled through some interesting ports of alleged interest in recent days.
It began with Nash's seemingly polite confirmation that he'd listen if the New York Knicks showed interest when the 38-year-old point guard hustles into free agency next month. (a Knicks insider confirmed that the speculated interest in Nash...
Last week the fine folks at Samsung invited us to one of their NYC soirees for the Samsung Galaxy SIII. It just happened that in attendance were Steve Nash, Walt Frazier, Bill Walton, Kevin Love and Steph Curry. Of course the name that stuck out to us was Nash because we’ve been jonesing to interview this guy about his days with the frosted tips and if he had better hair than...
Steve Nash joined Ryan Ruocco and Stephen A. Smith on ESPN radio this afternoon. See what the unrestricted free agent had to say about his highly anticipated offseason decision:
Whats the future for Steve Nash, what exactly are you looking for- is it money, championship?
It’s really all of the above. I have to put all those different factors- family, financial, environment...
With Steve Nash getting offers from teams across the Western and Eastern Conference, it comes as no surprise that the Suns organization is targeting certain point guards during free agency. This report suggests Raymond Felton — Portland Trail Blazers infamy — tops the list. There are point guards the Suns could pursue in free agency [...]