Originally written on Holdout Sports  |  Last updated 11/20/14

The newest member of the Los Angeles Lakers, Steve Nash, expressed his thanks to some fans who were kind enough to hand him a beer while driving at full speed down a California freeway.



The fans were driving in a Yukon XL and recognized Steve Nash in the back seat of his vehicle. They shouted his name and, as both vehicles continued to speed down the highway, got close enough to hand Nash a can of Keystone Light.

Nash appreciated the gesture, although he might change his tune if he does have a sip of that Keystone Light - that stuff is nasty.

Video via STARZuncut.
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6 Comments:
  • Haha I would love to give Steve Nash a beer, hope the media doesn't pull some "Steve Nash Reckless driving for alcohol" BS lol
    cause they would lol
  • Cool. Its so good to see Steve Nash is still cool. I wonder if Neil Young would do that. Ya! He would!
  • Nash should have been a Laker a long time ago and as should be Dwight Howard. The Laker game plan does not include a "loose Cannon" type of player.

  • keystone light ,awfull taste in more ways than one !
  • Love his youtube parody's lol
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