Found March 21, 2012 on That NBA Lottery Pick:
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We all know that Phoenix Suns guard Steve Nash is one wild and crazy guy but it seems that after he retires from the NBA, he has a new career path in mind.

Check out the below picture shot by former teammate Boris Diaw for Nike which features Nash juggling a soccer ball:


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