Found January 16, 2012 on
Okay, so he does have Marcin Gortat (24 points, 15 rebounds). But other than that, Steve Nash is the last man standing in Phoenix. Last year, it looked like their deep trips into the postseason were over. Now, the fast-breaking, free-wheeling style is a thing of the past as well. We felt like we were [...]
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In results of the NBA's annual general managers survey released Tuesday, it wasn't hard to see that Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash is still regarded around the league as one of the sport's best and brightest.
At nearly 38 years old, Nash retained his title among the executives as the player with the league's best basketball IQ, while also placing second in voting...
PHOENIX -- Heading into Friday, the Suns knew what was on deck. They're about to spend more than a week on the road playing five playoff contenders, so a home game against the New Jersey Nets seemed the ideal way to bank a win before things got rough.
Then they learned both Steve Nash and Grant Hill would be out for the night with injuries.
Without Nash and Hill, the Suns...
Sentimentality would suggest the Knicks make a deal for Steve Nash, whose contract expires after this season. Practicality points to Baron Davis, whose balky back is nearly ready for contact.
The San Antonio Spurs continue to dominate at home, and their next visiting foe could come into town short-handed.
The Spurs will try to improve to 9-0 at home Sunday night when they meet the Phoenix Suns, who could be without Steve Nash and Grant Hill.
San Antonio (8-4) is off to its best start at home since beginning 13-0 in 2006-07. The Spurs cruised to a 99-83 victory Friday...
Arizona Republic columnist Dan Bickley sounds off on what the Phoenix Suns should do with Steve Nash, plus the culture change with Todd Graham as ASU's football coach.
Marcin Gortat tallied 25 points and 13 rebounds, but the Suns couldn't break the Spurs' perfect home record, losing 102-91 on Sunday night.