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Will Steve Nash Be Los Angeles Lakers' Biggest X-Factor in 2014-15?

Steve Nash still matters to the Los Angeles Lakers. For the most part, this aging and fading 40-year-old star matters because of what he can't do. He has played in only 65 games since 2012-13, including just 15 last season. The NashShow More Summary

Can Steve Nash Erase Stigma of Last Two Seasons?

Steve Nash’s basketball world was just fine until he joined the Los Angeles Lakers. Sure, he was getting older and wasn ’t the player he had once been, but he still averaged a double-double during his last season with the Phoenix Suns. But...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Lakers Should Give Steve Nash's Starting Job to Jeremy Lin

Back in 2012 when Jeremy Lin was blazing his path to notoriety, another point guard—arguably our generation's most iconic—took notice. "It's amazing. He's a great story," said Steve Nash at the time, per Jared Zwerling (then writing for Show More Summary

Steve Nash Describes Kobe Bryant: ‘Motherfcking Ahole’

In an absolutely terrific longform article published by SI last week after trailing Kobe Bryant in China this summer, Steve Nash was asked to succinctly describe his relentlessly demanding Los […] The post Steve Nash Describes Kobe Bryant: ‘Motherfcking Ahole’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Steve Nash Described Kobe Bryant in 3 Very NSFW Words, Black Mamba Approved

Many people have nothing but flattering things to say about Kobe Bryant, but Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash had some pretty strong words to describe his teammate. And the Black Mamba loved every bit of it. This week's issue of Sports Illustrated featured a very in-depth piece on Bryant by Chris Ballard. Show More Summary

Steve Nash Gave An Incredibly Vulgar Answer When Asked To Describe Kobe Bryant In 3 Words, And Kobe Loved It

Chris Ballard of Sports Illustrated wrote a cover story on Kobe Bryant this week, and it's full of fantastic Kobe stories. In one of the best anecdotes, the director of Kobe's upcoming Showtime documentary, Gotham Chopra, asked a bunch of teammates to describe Kobe in three words. Show More Summary

Can Phoenix Suns Build Upon Breakout 2013-14 Campaign?

The Phoenix Suns haven't made the playoffs since 2009-10, when Steve Nash led the team all the way to the conference finals—the third and last time the franchise made it that far during the iconic point guard's reign. Despite the post-Nash...Show More Summary

What Will Make Steve Nash's Final NBA Season with Los Angeles Lakers a Success?

It's a rare player who gets to write the ending to his own NBA story, but if Steve Nash plays a few things right in this, his final season, there's a good chance his last chapter will be one he's happy with. The days of assist titles and MVP trophies are done, but Nash is healthy now. Show More Summary

Steve Nash says he'll retire after next season

Barring a change of heart, Nash will call it quits after his contract with the Lakers runs out. Steve Nash has one year left on his contract with the Los Angeles Lakers, and when that deal is up, it will likely mark the end of Nash's NBA career. Show More Summary

Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Los Angeles Lakers' 2014-15 Season

Byron Scott's back. Nick Young, Jordan Hill, Xavier Henry and Ryan Kelly are, too. Kobe Bryant will be. Steve Nash might be. Pau Gasol won't be. Jeremy Lin, Carlos Boozer, Julius Randle and Ed Davis are all first-timers. And that, in a nutshell, is the Los Angeles Lakers' offseason to date. Show More Summary

Steve Nash: ‘I Think This is My Last Season’ (VIDEO)

Last season, while rehabbing from numerous old-man ailments, Steve Nash spent most of his time filming a web video series that focused on the quickly approaching end to his brilliant […] The post Steve Nash: ‘I Think This is My Last Season’ (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.

Lakers News: Steve Nash Comments on Potential Retirement After 2014-15 Season

Steve Nash believes he will be playing his final year of his illustrious NBA career with the Los Angeles Lakers during the 2014-15 season. The 40-year-old point guard confirmed his intentions in a video posted by Sport TV. His comments were transcribed by Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News: “I think this is my last season,” Nash said. Show More Summary

How a Kobe Bryant and Jeremy Lin Backcourt Can Work for LA Lakers

With nagging nerve issues plaguing both Steve Nash's productivity and activity, it's been a long time since the Los Angeles Lakers had a backcourt as skilled as the newly formed Kobe Bryant-Jeremy Lin tandem. That's not to suggest this partnership is guaranteed the slightest bit of success. Show More Summary

Chef Byer – Weekend at Cheffie’s (Instrumental Mixtape)

Check out Chef Byer’s debut project, Weekend at Cheffie’s, featuring original beats including OVO Sound’s OB OBrien’s “Steve Nash” instrumental produced by the Toronto beatsman. Previously: OB OBrien – Steve Nash | WondaGurl, Rich Kidd, Chef Byer & #TeamTO – 416

How Steve Nash Can Still Play a Valuable Role for Los Angeles Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers fans never got to see the real Steve Nash donning the Purple and Gold, and at this point, they probably never will. As the 40-year-old prepares for his 19th NBA season, the only near-certainty is that he's unlikely to produce at a rate befitting his $9.7 million salary —if he's able to produce at all. Show More Summary

Lakers News: Jeremy Lin, Julius Randle and Latest Moves from Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Lakers finished the 2013-14 season with an abysmal 27-55 record, but the franchise is determined to turn the corner this season and return to the NBA postseason once again. With Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash coming backShow More Summary

Lakers Rumors: Latest Buzz Surrounding Steve Nash and Lance Stephenson

The Los Angeles Lakers are supposed to attract the biggest and brightest stars in the NBA. To some, this is the natural order of things. So far, the 2014 NBA free-agency period has brought little in the way of star power to Tinseltown. LeBron James is heading back to Cleveland. Show More Summary

What's Lakers' Plan B If Steve Nash Can't Shake Injury Problems Again?

Forty-year-old Steve Nash is heading into what will presumably be his 19th season in the NBA. He is still trying to get back to good health after dealing with persistent nerve root irritation and hamstring problems stemming from a broken...Show More Summary

What Does Next Season Hold for LA Lakers' Steve Nash?

Every basketball fan knows what a disaster Steve Nash has been for the Los Angeles Lakers—one injury after another and limited playing time. Next season will be the third and final year in the future Hall of Famer ’s current contract. Experts...Show More Summary

Why Los Angeles Lakers Should Try to Lure Isaiah Thomas Away in Free Agency

The Steve Nash experiment didn't work out quite as planned. In two seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers, the iconic point guard has played in just 65 games because of injuries. The organization's search for the point guard of the future...Show More Summary

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