Found April 22, 2013 on Players View:
PLAYERS: Steve Nash
TEAMS: Los Angeles Lakers

At 39-years-old, its doubtful that anybody with sense expected point guard Steve Nash to be a miracle worker in Los Angeles.

Laker Nation certainly expected more than what they have received thus far and Nash is owning up to the fact that something is wrong.

After the Lakers were pounded by the San Antonio Spurs to kickoff the first round of the NBA playoffs on Sunday, Nash spoke and said that despite his multiple injuries, something is still wrong.

The post Los Angeles Lakers Steve Nash: I’m not myself appeared first on Players View.

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