A debut appearance from the former Juventus forward was just one of many entertaining features of another successful Showdown in NYC
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Two-time MVP Steve Nash getting some more love in our latest NBA Draft infographic.
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The good people at Rukkus have created another cool NBA infographic, this time determining the best player ever taken at each draft position. And the Suns selection of Steve Nash at pick #13 in 1996 makes the cut.
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Steve Nash shot 43 percent from three-point range over the course of his Hall of Fame worthy career. He earned eight All-Star Game trips and won two NBA MVP’s.
As a player who re-defined the point guard position when he entered the league in 1996 with the likes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and Ray Allen, Nash is someone we should listen to when it comes to today’s NBA.
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...
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).
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
Steve Nash may be out for the 2014-2015 season, but he ain’t dead. One of his Twitter followers learned that first-hand on Tuesday. For whatever reason, some guy decided to get on Nash’s case and call him “washed up” and a bunch of other bad words. Rather than ignoring the troll like professional athletes almost...Read More
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has a history of being quite candid during interviews.
He recently spoke with Kenneth Arthur of Rolling Stone, and discussed what he's learned during his tenure as an NBA owner.
Cuban said his biggest regret was not retaining Steve Nash. The former Mavericks point guard ended up testing the free-agent market and signed a six-year, $63 million...
Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash is expected to be ruled out for the 2014-15 NBA season because of recurring nerve damage in his back, reports Kevin Ding of Bleacher Report. Nash, 40, expected this season, his 19th, to be his final one. But he has not announced his retirement. The two-time league MVP is in the final year of a three-year, $28 million deal with the...