Steve Nash Drops “Temecula” Threat On Twitter Troll We know that Lakers point guard Steve Nash is a white man who is pretty in-tune with “urban” culture. He’s dated pretty brown things… He was married to a hispanic woman for
Steve Nash is a 41-year-old who has recently been plagued by injuries, but the Los Angeles Lakers point guard is not afraid to defend himself. On Tuesday afternoon, Nash sent out a tweet about the Manchester City-Barcelona match: That...Show More Summary
I'm the hardest 41 yr old you know Brodie. Watch your mouth or temecula RT @DeanTheMadKing: FUCK you YOU WASHED UP FRAIL ASS BITCH!!! — Steve Nash (@SteveNash) February 24, 2015 That's it. Steve Nash is now our favorite basketball player because he appreciates those who drive over an hour on Christmas to fight someone over a Twitter argument about Kobe Bryant.
Lin's time in Los Angeles has not gone smoothly. When Jeremy Lin was traded to the Lakers in a salary dump by the Rockets, there was hope that he could recapture some of the "Linsanity" magic by learning the ropes from Steve Nash and playing off Kobe Bryant. Show More Summary
Not much has gone right for the Los Angeles Lakers this season. The team can't seem to shake the injury bug, as Steve Nash, Julius Randle and Kobe Bryant have been lost for the year, while Jordan Hill and Nick Young have battled ailments of their own. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash is celebrating his 41st birthday Saturday, and while he's not the same player he used to be, we can always remember plays like this one. During a second-round playoff game against the San Antonio Spurs back in 2007, the former Phoenix Suns floor general had one of the best passes of his career. Show More Summary
Remember Steve Nash? Of course you do. He’s had a fantastic NBA career. But the part that many fans may have forgotten is, he’s still a member of the Los Angeles Lakers. Here’s ESPN Los Angeles reporting: Lakers guard Steve Nash has basically been a ghost since October, when he was declared out for the season because of [...]
Jordan Clarkson is the best of a bad situation. The Los Angeles Lakers lost Steve Nash to a season- and possibly career-ending injury before the 2014-15 NBA season began and have hardly seen or heard from him since. Jeremy Lin, whomShow More Summary
Steve Nash has always been known as a consummate professional, and everyone is sympathetic that he can no longer play the game he loves so much. But let’s be honest—the Los Angeles Lakers are paying the future Hall of Famer $9.7 million...Show More Summary
Where is Steve Nash?
The Rajon Rondo sweepstakes isn't just limited to teams in Texas. The Los Angeles Lakers have reportedly offered the Boston Celtics multiple draft picks and Steve Nash's expiring contract in a proposed trade for Rondo, according to ESPN's...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers brought in point guard Jeremy Lin this season to take over for the injured Steve Nash, produce on offense and take some of the scoring load off Kobe Bryant. Lin has not become an answer on offense, was never aShow More Summary
It took 18 games, but the Los Angeles Lakers have win No. 5 on the season. Granted, four of those five have come against the downtrodden Eastern Conference, but that is neither here nor there as the Lakers continue to pick up the pieces...Show More Summary
Steve Nash and Lakers Coach Byron Scott still haven't spoken since Nash was declared done for the season, continuing a long game of phone tag.
The Lakers were granted a $4.85 million disabled-player exception on Tuesday for injured point guard Steve Nash.
The good news for fans of the Los Angeles Lakers is that the squad has secured an injury exception for the Ghost of Steve Nash. The bad news: Kobe is still stuck in the first stage of grief over what’s bound to be an atrocious season. Show More Summary
The NBA on Tuesday awarded the Lakers a $4.85-million disabled player exception for injured point guard Steve Nash.
The Los Angeles Lakers lost veteran Steve Nash for the season due to a back injury, but they are reportedly set to receive some compensation due to the disabled player exception. Brian Windhorst of ESPN initially passed along the news: Nash has played in just 65 games over the last two seasons with the Lakers. Show More Summary
On the heels of Monday's grand jury decision in Ferguson, Mo., not to charge a white police officer in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown, an unarmed black man, two Lakers took to Twitter to express their outrage.