Two-time NBA All-Star would join network's coverage of UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League later this year.
Steve Nash is known mainly for an 18-season NBA career in which he racked up 10,335 assists, which ranks third in pro basketball history behind John Stockton and Jason Kidd. But since he stepped away from the court in 2014, Nash has seemingly devoted much of his attention to soccer. He’s a part-owner of both […]
On Wednesday, the New York Post’s Andrew Marchand reported that former NBA MVP Steve Nash will join Turner Sports as a studio analyst. Given that Nash is an all-time great player and by all accounts a really smart dude, the hiring comes as no surprise… until you see what Nash’s role will be. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES, CA. -- The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced today, at NBA All-Star Weekend, eight phenomenal players, three standout coaches, one exceptional referee, and one record-setting team as finalists from the North American and Women's committees to be considered for election in 2018.
Two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash and fellow star point guard Jason Kidd, Grant Hill and Ray Allen are among the 13 finalists for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
The NBA legends were announced as Hall of Fame finalists on Saturday at All-Star weekend.
It’s all thanks to Steve Nash, Brandon Knight, and Markelle Fultz. The Boston Celtics remain in first place in the Eastern Conference, having conceded the slot for 24 hours recently. Kyrie Irving is a surefire All-Star and dark horse MVP candidate. Show More Summary
Six first-year candidates are eligible for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
This would be fun.
This would be fun.
Two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash, fellow star point guard Jason Kidd and Grant Hill are among six first-year candidates for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame unveiled its list of new 2018 nominees
The Class of 2018 is loaded. The post Steve Nash, Ray Allen, Jason Kidd Headline 2018 Hall of Fame Candidates appeared first on SLAMonline.
Jason Kidd and Steve Nash, who rank second and third in all-time assists, are among six former NBA players who are first-time candidates for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
On the Off The Bench podcast with Kanell and Bell, Raja says Nash might have added a little bit of flair
"Clothing was optional but good vibes mandatory."
“Clothing was optional but good vibes mandatory.”
Nash, who is a player development consultant with the Warriors, says he would prefer to be out of the spotlight when the team gets its title rings on Tuesday.
The jerseys were only worn for one game, but still live on today. Let me first describe the photo to you. It’s Steve Nash and Derek Fisher, with a referee trailing in the background. Nash has the ball, and he’s beating Fisher off the dribble -- no surprise there -- with his hair flying out behind him. Show More Summary
Lonzo worked out with the former MVP last week. The post Lonzo Ball: ‘I Learned A Lot’ From Steve Nash appeared first on SLAMonline.