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
Stephen Curry is becoming the most shameless gunner in the NBA, and it's beautiful. Steve Nash never played like this. Of all of the historical comparisons Stephen Curry draws, Nash seems to be the most accurate and persistent. LikeShow More Summary
Two-time MVP Steve Nash took part in an "Ask me anything" chat where he delved into his love for soccer, who he thinks is the best three-point shooter and his pick for the NBA Championship. Here are the best questions and answers from...Show More Summary
LeBron James assisted nearly every Cavs bucket in the first quarter, dropping 7 dimes in the first 12 minutes. He passed Steve Nash, Tony Parker and Larry Bird in career The post LeBron James Throws Half Court Alley-Oop To Timofey Mozgov (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Steve Nash is at a difficult transitional stage in life. At 41 and having recently retired from playing basketball, the two-time MVP and future Hall of Famer has to figure out what comes next. The Los Angeles Lakers should reach outShow More Summary
Retired NBA stars Steve Nash and Dikembe Mutombo turned into basketball ambassadors on Thursday in the first outreach by a U.S. professional sports league to Cuba since the thaw in U.S. relations with the communist-ruled island.
Former NBA greats Steve Nash and Dikembe Mutombo have opened their training camp for Cuban basketball players, hoping to boost the game's popularity on the communist-run island following the declaration of detente between Washington and Havana.
The Lakers tried to chase history a few short years ago, acquiring Dwight Howard and Steve Nash to pair with Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol, all in the name of winning a 17th NBA championship and catching the hated Boston Celtics.
Deciding who gets the NBA MVP award is far from a perfect science. Just ask Los Angeles Lakers fans why Steve Nash received two during his career and Kobe Bryant remains stuck at one. This year's award, meanwhile, appears to be a two-man...Show More Summary
This makes the NBA the first professional sports league to host an event in Cuba since restoring diplomatic relations with the U.S. The post Dikembe Mutombo, Steve Nash to Help Host Historic NBA Event in Cuba appeared first on SLAMonline.
It was one of the most painfully symbolic transactions in Lakers' history.
Lakers waive Steve Nash, sign Jabari Brown to multi-year contract The Los Angeles Lakers have waived guard Steve Nash and signed guard Jabari Brown to a multi-year contract, it was announced today by General Manager Mitch Kupchak. Brown, previously signed to 10-day contracts on March 10 and March 20, has appeared in 10 games for the Lakers, [...]