Only three current Lakers (Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Robert Sacre) have contracts guaranteed next season. Among the other 12, who is likely to be back? Jodie Meeks was the star of the Lakers' show last Sunday, outscoring Kevin Durant but also reminding his team of something less enthralling.
Just as Steve Nash couldn't save the Los Angeles Lakers, the Lakers cannot save Steve Nash. Limits always existed to what the two could do for each other, restrictions that consistently became more constrictive and have been adjusted...Show More Summary
Steve Nash returning to the Los Angeles Lakers could mean some serious movement in LA come 2015 free agency. But whom will the Lakers go after? Check out the video above to see what Lakers columnist Kevin Ding has to say about Nash's effect on the team's future plans. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
LOS ANGELES — It’ll sound like a fairy tale to Los Angeles Lakers fans who’ve known only frustration as he nears his end, but once upon a time, Steve Nash was a young man. Perhaps thinking of him that way instead of trying to explain...Show More Summary
Six games and a major injury from Kobe Bryant. Only 10 outings from Steve Nash before lower-back problems and nerve issues put the rest of his career in doubt. A record that has left the team bouncing around at the bottom of the Western...Show More Summary
“It’s either back with the Lakers next year or I’m done.” In Grantland’s rare inside look at the troubled times of Steve Nash, the league’s oldest active player receives troubling news, but is determined to fight and hope.
Every NBA star should go out on his own terms, but there are some legends who deserve that ability even more than others. They're the ones who spent their careers entertaining fans and earning individual and team honors, all while never...Show More Summary
This has been a strange season for the Lakers for a number of reasons. One reason in particular has been Steve Nash and his myriad of injuries Earlier in the season, it was reported that Nash told people close to him that this would be his final season. Apparently, that was either not true or […]
Here’s the Los Angeles Times reporting on old veteran point guard Steve Nash, who apparently wants to keep earning money playing for the Lakers: There was a gust of certainty Monday, a rarity in one of the most uneasy seasons in Lakers history. Steve Nash clearly wants to return next season. “I want to come back for sure,” [...]
Steve Nash's 18th season in the NBA might be over after only 10 games. Also: Thunder newcomer Caron Butler might step right into the starting lineup and Jason Collins will sign another 10-day contract in Brooklyn. In sad, sad, terribly sad news, Steve Nash (back) might not play another game for the Los Angeles Lakers this season. Show More Summary
The veteran point guard has played 10 games this season as he has suffered from recurring back soreness. The Lakers have until Sept. 1 to decide whether to waive Nash via the 'stretch provision.' PORTLAND, Ore. — There was a gust of certainty Monday, a rarity in one of the most uneasy seasons in Lakers history.
America loves a comeback story, even when it's a Canadian. Steve Nash tried to come back from back issues in 2014, but the comeback was always a long shot. In my article just before his return, I detailed why it would be so problematic and unlikely. Lower-back injuries that have gone chronic are seldom easy to come back from. Show More Summary
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The latest, saddest news on the status of Lakers point guard Steve Nash is that his head coach thinks he's likely done for the year. Los Angeles Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni said on Monday that he doubts injured point guard SteveShow More Summary
Steve Nash has likely played his last game for the Los Angeles Lakers this season, and maybe ever. Asked about Nash's availability the rest of the way, Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni offered a melancholy response, per ESPN Los Angeles' Dave...Show More Summary
Steve Nash is one of my all-time favorite players. Which is why watching arguably the best shooter to ever live battle a rash of injuries since joining the Lakers serve as especially difficult to stomach. Grantland’s step-by-step journey...Show More Summary
The trade deadline may have passed for the National Basketball Association, but there's still plenty of time for player movement. As playoff teams jockey for position atop the conference standings, they're also looking to add depth to the bench via players who receive buyouts and clear waivers. Show More Summary
The Lakers point guard has said that if the team uses the stretch provision to waive him this summer he will retire. Steve Nash has seen the court just 10 times this season, and with the 40-year-old's health in serious question, so too is his future with the Los Angeles Lakers. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers must decide which point guard will steer the team for the next few years. The obvious answer is technically Steve Nash, but his injury woes since relocating to Los Angeles make it practically impossible for the franchise to rely on Nash going forward. Show More Summary
Steve Nash's time with the Los Angeles Lakers has been all too replete with humbling moments. There was the collision with Portland Trail Blazers point guard Damian Lillard that fractured his left fibula on Halloween 2012. That injury,...Show More Summary