Found December 10, 2012 on Beyond The Buzzer:
PLAYERS: Steve Nash
TEAMS: Los Angeles Lakers
After the loss came more sobering news. Contrary to some speculation, Lakers point guard Steve Nash is unlikely to return to action at any point on the team’s upcoming four-game road trip. “I can’t imagine that,” Nash told USA TODAY Sports. “I would think it will be at least another two weeks. I’m not even running yet.” Nash has missed the last 19 games with a small fracture in his left leg, and Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni, who had so much success with Nash in Phoenix, has repeatedly said the team will improve dramatically when Nash returns. via USA TODAY
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