The Los Angeles Lakers are currently at the beginning of what should be a long and busy offseason, with plenty of change and adjustments still to be made. Fortunately, some things look to remain stable and unchanged, such as the team’s starting point guard. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers' 2012-13 season was among the craziest in modern NBA history. It started with a franchise-altering trades for Dwight Howard and Steve Nash. Then came the Sports Illustrated cover and widespread predictions that Miami 's one-year reign on the top was about to end. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers set their sights straight on a title upon the additions of Dwight Howard and Steve Nash just one year ago. The San Antonio Spurs kicked them straight in the teeth in the first round of the playoffs after a see-saw regular season, and once more the Lakers are due for a busy summer. Show More Summary
If you’ ve lived in the New York area this basketball season, you’ ve surely heard the debate: Did the Knicks make the right decision in choosing Raymond Felton over Jeremy Lin and Steve Nash? Felton was coming off of the worst season of his career in Portland where he freely admitted that he wasn ’t in shape during the season. Show More Summary
The NBA nudges closer to pro wrestling, and atmosphere is even more hostile in playoffs. The Clippers saw it with the 'We Don't Bluff' Grizzlies, and talents of a Steve Nash of the Lakers are lost. It is always easier to be critical when you don't have a dog in the fight, so let's go ahead.
Due to injuries Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash only managed to start 50 games during the 2012-13 regular season, yet he still averaged 12.7 points and 6.7 assists while shooting 49.7 percent from the field and nearly 44 percent from the three-point line. Show More Summary
The 2012-13 NBA season was supposed to play out like a dream for the Los Angeles Lakers. The team, which already boasted two of the game's best in Pau Gasol and Kobe Bryant, had managed to acquire two-time MVP Steve Nash and seven-time All-Star Dwight Howard, and appeared poised to challenge the Miami Heat for NBA supremacy. Show More Summary
No team in the NBA this season has had as bad of an identity crisis as the Los Angeles Lakers had this season. It all started with the acquisitions of Steve Nash and Dwight Howard. Fueled by such star power, it was apparent that the Lakers were destined to make their way back into the upper echelon of the Western Conference. Show More Summary
How did a Los Angeles Lakers season that started off with such high hopes and anticipation end in such heartbreak? It was only late last summer when GM Mitch Kupchak engineered improbable deals to bring both Steve Nash and Dwight Howard to Los Angeles. Show More Summary
There was plenty of blame to go around for the historically disappointing Los Angeles Lakers in 2012-13. A superheroic offseason effort by Mitch Kupchak netted L.A. a real life "Fantastic Four" as Steve Nash and Dwight Howard joined forces with a pair of champions, Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol. Show More Summary
Also in today's Dotted Lines: Steve Nash is Grumpy Cat.
Los Angeles Lakers player Steve Nash allegedly does not want to pay his estranged wife child support for two reasons: He thinks she is already...
Steve Nash doesn’t want to pay child support. The NBA star is currently in a legal battle with his ex-wife Alejandra Nash over child support for their three kids. Nash argues that he shouldn’t have to give Alejandra monthly payments since he already made her millions in the divorce. According to TMZ, a divorce judge [...]Show More Summary
Dwight Howard has a decision to make and Steve Nash believes he knows what Superman will do. Nash wants Howard to remain with the Los Angeles Lakers. Despite Dwight’s first season in Hollywood being described by the big man himself as a “nightmare,” Nash is confident that he’ll return. Why? Because he believes Los Angeles [...]
How did it all go so wrong for the Los Angeles Lakers? Back in October many had them pegged as a potential dynasty with Dwight Howard and Steve Nash on board. Now, just six months later, people are debating whether the Lakers should blow the team up or not. Show More Summary
Nash calls this season the most frustrating of his 17-year career and wants to make next season 'a phenomenal experience.' To that end, he is 'very hopeful' the soon-to-be free agent center will return. Steve Nash couldn't finish this season because of injuries, but he knew where to start next season.
Whenever an NBA team doesn’t win a championship, Steve Nash believes it’s inevitable changes will happen in the offseason. But the Lakers guard stated in strong terms that he hopes that doesn’t involve Dwight Howard. “I’m very hopeful that Dwight will be back,” Nash said. “I think this is the place for him. He’s in the [...]
It’s safe to say that the Los Angeles Lakers season didn’t quite go as expected. After bringing in Dwight Howard and Steve Nash to compliment Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol, the foursome rarely appeared on court together after a string… Nike Unveils “You Showed Us” Campaign for Kobe Bryant is a post by Alec Banks on Highsnobiety.
When the L.A. Lakers traded Andrew Bynum for Dwight Howard and signed Steve Nash, expectations ran high. The whole 73-9 thing was kicked around a little, a championship was considered, and everyone figured the Thunder were doomed. Frankly, you were either unbelievably prescient or silly to say the Lakers wouldn't be very good. Show More Summary