Warriors player development consultant Steve Nash began his on-court work with the players on Friday. Nash focused considerable time with Klay Thompson on footwork and ball-handling drills. The two also The post WATCH: Klay Thompson And Steve Nash Work on Post Moves appeared first on SLAMonline.
The real value in Steve Nash's partnership with the Golden State Warriors is more symbolic than practical, but don't make the mistake of assuming that detracts from its importance. Chances are Nash won't be involved in the day-in-day-out grind—a possibility first reported by ESPN.com's Marc Stein and later confirmed in a team release. Show More Summary
After three injury-plagued seasons with the Lakers, Steve Nash retired as a player.
Steve Nash, a retired two-time NBA most valuable player who was one of the best point guards ever to grace the game, has joined the champion Golden State Warriors as a player development consultant.
The Golden State Warriors officially announced the addition of Steve Nash, a two-time NBA Most Valuable Player, as a part-time player development consultant Friday. The team confirmed the hire on its official site, noting the longtime...Show More Summary
The NBA Champion Golden State Warriors have hired two-time NBA Most Valuable Player Steve Nash as a player development consultant, the team announced today. In this capacity, Nash will be embedded with the Warriors periodically throughout the season, working on-court with the team.
Steve Nash confirmed that he’s joining the Golden State Warriors as a part-time player consultant, but said he wasn’t exactly (...)
On the heels of a long, award-winning NBA career, Steve Nash is using his retirement to help create a positive ripple in the community at large, highlighted by an annual charity soccer game in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The post The Beauty of Sport appeared first on SLAMonline.
Steve Nash is going to play for the Los Angeles Lakers this season after a blockbuster deal this week. Nash's trade to the Los Angeles Lakers comes months after Peyton Manning signed a deal with the Denver Broncos. But Nash's deal is...Show More Summary
Two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash is reportedly in talks to join the Golden State Warriors coaching staff, and that has 2014-15 NBA MVP Stephen Curry pretty excited. Why? Because he believes the addition of Nash will finally give the teamShow More Summary
After hearing the news that the Warriors are negotiating to bring in retired point guard Steve Nash as a part-time player development (...)
Steve Nash essentially worked for Warriors Coach Steve Kerr back when the latter was the Suns’ general manager. Now it appears that Nash will once again report to Kerr, this time on a part-time basis as a Golden State consultant. [Suns to induct Steve Nash into Ring of Honor] As first reported by ESPN’s Marc […]
Two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash has kept busy ever since he retired from the game six months ago—working as the GM of Team Canada‘s hoops program and mentoring younger ballers—and The post Steve Nash Joining Warriors as a Player Development Consultant appeared first on SLAMonline.
Now that Steve Nash has retired from the NBA, he can spend his time leisurely playing basketball—with Snoop Dogg. The 41-year-old Nash posted a video on his Instagram account showing how he's spending his days post-career. Not only is he still playing basketball, but he is doing so while hanging out with a celebrity. Show More Summary
We’re not sure why Snoop Dogg and Steve Nash were shooting hoops in a close-quarters gym with framed pictures on the ground, but we don’t really need to know. The important thing is that they were documenting it. There’s also a little kid shooting (Nash’s kid?), and Steve Nash has an apple in his mouth […]
Steve Nash is back on the court — at least for a bit of a shoot-around. The retired NBA guard shot some hoops with Snoop Dogg (...)
Snoop D O Double G racking up a quick double double. Good things happening in the pound. Yes that's an apple in my mouth @snoopdogg A video posted by stephennash (@stephennash) on Aug 29, 2015 at 7:28pm PDT Former NBA MVP Steve Nash retired last season. Show More Summary
The Phoenix Suns announced that Steve Nash will become the 14th man to enter their Ring of Honor. That will take place at halftime of this season’s home game with the Portland Trail Blazers on October 30th. The Canadian raised PointShow More Summary
Steve Nash is featured prominently in the NBA record book, let alone that of the Suns, so it made sense for the team to eventually celebrate the point guard as one of its all-time greats. That will happen on Oct. 30, when Nash gets inducted into Phoenix’s Ring of Honor. The Suns’ Twitter feed re-named […]
October 30 will be a date that will live on in Suns' history. http://t.co/BetniK1xjg #NashROH https://t.co/Q9u6St8dZ2 — (...)