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Morning Shootaround (Oct. 6) -- Nash says Warriors could be best team in NBA history

Nash has high hopes for Warriors | Report: Lowry planning to opt out | George: Pacers could average 115 points a game | Spurs' Green had LASIK surgery | Randolph moving to reserve role
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