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 — (...)
The Phoenix Suns will induct Steve Nash into the franchise's Ring of Honor at halftime of their game against Portland on Oct. 30.
The Phoenix Suns will induct Steve Nash into their Ring of Honor on October 30, according to the team's website. Other notable inductees into the Ring of Honor include Charles Barkley, Kevin Johnson, Paul Westphal and Connie Hawkins. Nash,...Show More Summary
The last time former Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers star Steve Nash was seen publicly was during Fox’s coverage of the Women’s World Cup and at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto. Now we learn that Nash will be one of the producers for an independent movie on the 1980’s Dallas drug scene. Show More Summary
Steve Nash wants everyone to know how awesome it was to drop ecstasy pills -- when it was legal, of course... so he's making a movie about the drug craze. The ex-NBA MVP is producing the flick centering around the drug's popularity in Dallas in the…
As if this year’s SummerSlam isn’t big enough, there are now rumors that three WWE Legends could end up in New York during that weekend. Roman Reigns already dropped a weird hint that The Rock could show up at the big pay-per-view, but...Show More Summary
LA Lakers rumors have former MVP Steve Nash ready to train Jordan Clarkson and D’Angelo Russell. These Lakers rumors certainly indicate Nash wants to help the franchise, especially since he is not currently under contract with the team. Show More Summary
Have you heard that Steve Nash is considering giving professional soccer a try after retiring from the NBA in March? The New York Daily News reported Friday that Nash is training with the New York Cosmos B team of the National Premier Soccer League. Of course, this is not Nash’s first flirtation with the global sport […]
Steve Nash retired following a successful 19-year career in the NBA, but the 41-year-old may not be done playing sports. According to Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News, Nash may get a chance to play with the North American Soccer...Show More Summary
Are you missing watching Steve Nash play sports already? Well, good news! He's coming back. Maybe. Kind of. According to a report in the New York Daily News, Steve Nash has been training with the New York Cosmos B Team of the National Premier Soccer League. Steve Nash is making a comeback in New York. Show More Summary
By JOSH NEWMAN The Canadian national team has a history of having its best players play up at the senior level at a young age. For example, Leo Rautins made his senior national team debut in 1977 at just 16, while Steve Nash made his debut in 1993 at 19. With that history acting as […]
Last week we teamed up with our friends from Eight by Eight Mag to cover the Steve Nash Foundation Showdown in Chinatown, including getting some exclusive time with Steve. The post Steve Nash’s Showdown in Chinatown (PHOTOS) appeared first on SLAMonline.
A night at the Steve Nash Foundation Showdown in Manhattan.
The ever-polite Steve Nash doesn't like dwelling on the past. However, Nash tapped into his "arrogant, cocky" side during a HuffPost Live interview and discussed how his time with the Dallas Mavericks could have been more fruitful. When...Show More Summary
Wow @teamginola? RT @Coco_Lamela: Feliz día a todos los padres en especial al mio…el mejor ???????? te quiero viejo !! https://t.co/HnTskx3k0Y — Steve Nash (@SteveNash) June 21, 2015 Like many people on social media on Sunday, Erik Lamela posted a picture of his father and a cute message on Father’s Day. Show More Summary
NBA MVP Stephen Curry is still only in his sixth season, but according to legendary point guard Steve Nash, Curry has already proven himself (...)
Nash says you can bring all the stats you want into the argument, but by the sheer "eye test," it's Stephen Curry who is the GOAT when it comes to shooting. The post Steve Nash Says by ‘Eye Test’ Stephen Curry is the Greatest Shooter Ever appeared first on SLAMonline.
Perhaps it’s the star-powered showdown between Steph Curry, the NBA’s reigning most valuable player, and LeBron James, a four-time MVP and a player many are already carving onto the league’s Mount Rushmore. Or maybe it’s just the interminable wait for the NBA Finals between Curry’s Warriors and James’s Cavaliers to begin, but there has been a […]
While it was expected to be officially announced at the end of this season, Los Angeles Lakers Point Guard, Steve Nash has officially announced his retirement from the National Basketball Association. Born in South Africa, but raised in Canada, Nash was lightly recruited and played collegiately at Santa Clara. Show More Summary