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Steve Nash ‘Phoenix Suns’ Caricature Art

A long list of great point guards have played for the Phoenix Suns and the freshly retired Steve Nash leaves as the Suns all-time leader in 3-Pt Field Goals, 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts, Assists, 3-Pt Field Goal Pct, Free Throw Pct, Offensive Rating and Offensive Win Shares. Not bad for a kid from Canada. Art by Muideen Ogunmola aka Blocknation. The post Steve Nash ‘Phoenix Suns’...
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Dirk Nowitzki Trolls Steve Nash With Hilarious Backhanded Compliment

Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash are close friends from their playing days together on the Dallas Mavericks. Which is good, because if the two weren’t pals, Nash probably wouldn’t have appreciated Nowitzki’s recent comments about him. Nash announced Saturday that he’s retiring after a long, successful 18-year career. During an appearance on ESPN...
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Dirk Nowitzki’s Heartfelt Tribute To Steve Nash – He Overcame “Being Injured, And Being Slow, And White And Unathletic”

It’s no secret that Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash share a deep and meaningful friendship. The two basketball greats both joined the Dallas Mavericks in 1998 and they’ve been close ever since. So, when Nash announced his retirement over the weekend, we all should have known that it would be Dirk who would have the Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Goodbye, revolutionary: Steve Nash retires

Steve Nash hasn’t really played professional basketball in quite a while. His nerve-damaged back and myriad lower body injuries had long since made it clear that the former Phoenix Suns great would likely never lace up his hoopin’ sneakers again. Getting the official announcement over the weekend, though, still stung. A common refrain emerged in the immediate aftermath of...
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Steve Nash retires, ends 19-year NBA career

For a moment over the weekend, Steve Nash stole the basketball world’s attention away from NCAA’s March Madness.He did it by retiring....
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Cavs showed interest in Steve Nash before he announced his retirement

Eight-time All-Star and future Hall of Fame point guard Steve Nash announced his retirement from basketball this weekend, a decision forced by his aging body’s lack of fitness for NBA basketball. In three injury-ravaged seasons for the Los Angeles Lakers, Nash only played in 65 games. But before he retired, the Cleveland Cavaliers front office made it known to the Nash camp that...
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The Great Gatsby: Steve Nash Officially Calls it a Career

In a piece published in The Players’ Tribune, 18-year NBA veteran Steve Nash announced his retirement from the NBA months after being ruled out for the season due to a back injury. But Steve Nash, the encapsulating point guard fans will remember forever, has been gone for some time now. The dastardly, undefeated entity that is Father Time welcomed the long-time Phoenix Sun to Los...
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Spurs salute Steve Nash as he announces his retirement

It’s an end of an era as Steve Nash has officially announced his retirement from the NBA. Nash was an eight-time All-Star, won two MVP awards and last played for the Lakers since signing there in 2012. But injuries got the best of him towards the end of his basketball career which all but sealed […]
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Steve Nash announces his retirement

One of the NBA’s greatest facilitators is calling it a career. Steve Nash, who hasn’t played this season because of back issues, announced Saturday on The Players’ Tribune that he’s retiring at age 41. The prolific point guard finishes his 18-year NBA career third in league history with 10,335 assists, behind only John Stockton (15,806) and Jason Kidd (12,091). “The greatest...
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Lakers reportedly asked Steve Nash not to retire before season

Steve Nash only played in 15 games last season and none this season because of injuries that have essentially ended his career. Nash knew the injuries were so bad last season that he was prepared to call it a career before this season, but a report says the Lakers asked him not to retire. The...Read More
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