As Steve Nash prepares to embark on the challenge of his first season as an NBA head coach, he says he plans on focusing on his strengths as a relationship builder while playing catch up on the X's and O's aspect of his new job...
Photo by David Liam Kyle/NBAE via Getty Images Devin Cannady, the Long Island Nets guard, went out to L.A. back in July to get some reps and in a stroke of luck, found himself in workouts with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.
Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images It started while the Nets were in the middle of their press conference introducing Steve Nash — where Nash praised his newly announced lead assistant Jacque Vaughn.
In talking to Shlomo Sprung of Forbes Sports this week, Spencer Dinwiddie broke down the job of an NBA head coach and why he thinks Steve Nash fits. “I think overall, it makes sense from the relationship perspective,” he said, referring to the hire of Nash.
Even as the team approaches a pivotal offseason, which could lead to a rebuild, the five-time NBA champion and three-time NBA Coach of the Year deserves to stay in San Antonio for as long as he wishes.