STEVE NASH RUMORS & GOSSIP

James Harden likens himself to Steve Nash

Houston Rockets superstar James Harden doesn’t lack confidence in his ability, that’s for sure. The 26-year-old guard averaged a career-best 29 points per game last season, and that was enough to earn him a four-year, $118 million extension to remain with the team. The Rockets, under new head coach Mike D’Antoni, did their best to sign Al Horford and Kent Bazemore when the...
Via The Sports Daily
July 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Road To Selection Sunday: Steve Nash Leads Santa Clara

The NCAA tournament is right around the corner! Before the big dance gets underway, we wanted to take a look back at some of the most memorable moments by spotlighting 20 different upsets in the 20 days leading up to selection Sunday. Upsets are one of the many things that make the NCAA tournament one of the greatest sporting events in the world. This will be happy for some and...
Via The Sports Post
March 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Steve Nash not interested in Suns job

The Phoenix Suns reportedly want to bring in Steve Nash as head coach, but the feeling is not mutual. The Suns have “strong interest” in Nash for their vacant coaching position, sources told ESPN’s Marc Stein, but Nash isn’t interested in a coaching job at this time. Despite being on owner Robert Sarver’s shortlist to replace Jeff Hornacek, Nash is reportedly focused...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 01, 2016  |  Discuss

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January 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Steve Nash, Robert Sarver on verge of buying soccer club

Former Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash and current Suns owner Robert Sarver appear to be on the verge of purchasing the Spanish soccer club Mallorca.Sarver, who has been trying to buy a soccer club all year, also made a run at purchasing Scottish team the Rangers in early 2015.Nash and Sarver, who are part of a larger group, also nearly purchased the Spanish club Levante in August...
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December 31, 2015  |  Discuss

What can Mike D’Antoni do for the Philadelphia 76ers?

Mike D’Antoni was recently hired as the assistant head coach for the Philadelphia 76ers. D’Antoni is a great coach, with an offensive mindset. The Philadelphia 76ers are the worst team in the NBA, in all aspects. They can’t shoot well, they don’t play well on defense, and they can’t score points. The 76ers are hoping D’Antoni can change the basketball mindset for the...
Via isportsweb.com
December 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Phoenix Suns will honor Steve Nash with custom socks

by Mark Fishman What better way to honor the greatest player in the history of your franchise than by putting an image of him on all your socks. Wait, what?When the Phoenix Suns induct former NBA point guard savant Steve Nash into their Ring of Honor Friday night, they will also be debuting custom socks that have Nash's image on them. In fact, the whole Suns team will don the socks...
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October 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Former NBA star Steve Nash to produce ecstasy flick

The last time former Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers star Steve Nash was seen publicly was during Fox’s coverage of the Women’s World Cup and at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto. Now we learn that Nash will be one of the producers for an independent movie on the 1980’s Dallas drug scene. Variety reports that the movie will look at the origins of the drug ecstasy also...
Via Awful Announcing
August 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Steve Nash to produce film about 1980s Dallas ecstasy scene

    Two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash has only been officially retired for a few months, and he’s already partaking in some rather interesting ventures. According to a Thursday feature by Dave McNary of Variety, the 41-year-old has officially signed on as an executive producer for an upcoming independent film about 1980s Dallas. The movie will reportedly focus on the Dallas party...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Goodbye, revolutionary: Steve Nash retires

By Kevin Ferrigan 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...
Via The Sports Post
March 23, 2015  |  Discuss
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