Found February 27, 2012 on
Steve Nash tallied four assists in just fewer than five minutes in the highest-scoring regulation All-Star Game in NBA history, one which the West won 152-149.
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According to Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld, Dwight Howard has asked for the Magic to try and swing a trade for former MVP point guard and current Phoenix Sun Steve Nash.
“I’m told that Dwight Howard has asked the Magic to pursue Steve Nash. Would Nash keep Howard in Orlando for at least one more year? Maybe,” Kennedy tweeted earlier today.
The Suns made it clear last week that...
Steve Nash is set to become a free agent this summer, but has given no indication of any interest in being traded to a contender.
Otis Smith intends to "aggressively" pursue a trade for Steve Nash.
With a superstar like LaMarcus Aldridge and solid role players surrounding that player, it is a wonder why the Portland Trail Blazers are only 18-16 at the midway point of the NBA season. On the other hand, the Phoenix Suns at 14-20 are clearly overachieving with their roster, however not enough to make the playoffs anytime soon. The Suns are clearly in rebuilding mode and the Blazers...
ORLANDO, Fla. — Steve Nash, who has been the most frequent comparison for Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin, has appreciated the story more than anyone. Even if it could affect the Suns point guard’s free-agent status down the road. Lin could take the $5 million mid-level exception the Knicks planned...
Steve Nash almost escaped from Orlando.
But just when we thought the Phoenix Suns' All-Star point guard would slip away without inspiring the rise of new -- or resurrection of old -- trade chatter, he was escorted out of town with alleged interest from ... drum roll ... the Magic.
According to a post on RealGM.com, Orlando general manager Otis Smith is "aggressively"...
The grass is far from always greener.