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
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
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
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
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
The Los Angeles Lakers enter the 2014 NBA free-agency period with just three players set to return on guaranteed contracts for next season: Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash and Robert Sacre. That’s it. The addition of Kentucky standout Julius Randle with the No. Show More Summary
This will likely be a big offseason for the Los Angeles Lakers, as one of the NBA's most storied franchises won't sit back and suffer a disappointing season for the second year in a row. Expect some changes. They already had a good start to the offseason by adding Julius Randle in the 2014 NBA draft, but that won't be the only addition made. Show More Summary
Steve Nash is an elite basketball player who has a strong passion for soccer. He is notorious for organizing games throughout the country, and he has a clause in his contract that allows him to play soccer in the offseason. Nash organized Showdown, which was a charity soccer event to raise money for The Steve Nash Foundation. Show More Summary
Seven years later, the event continues to grow. The post Steve Nash Foundation Showdown Catching On, Raising Money appeared first on SLAMonline.
You know that the World Cup fever is a real thing when you see basketball stars being struck with it. That’s exactly what happened when Steve Nash and Dirk Nowitzki led teams in a football match the other day. Ahead of his country’s clash with the USA, Nowitzki said that he thought the USA would [...]
The 2014 NBA draft is scheduled for Thursday night, but the excitement surrounding the Los Angeles Lakers and the potential trades the franchise could make has fans of the team anticipating big changes. With Los Angeles possibly trading...Show More Summary
It was Canada vs. Germany in NYC Wednesday as NBA stars Steve Nash and Dirk Nowitzki had the only international footie war happening outside of Brazil this week... and TMZ Sports has the video.The two stars, joined by other NBAers like Mason…
The Los Angeles Lakers are destined to make noise this offseason. The famous franchise finished the 2013-2014 season with a 27-55 record, far short of its usual threshold for success. But what is one of the most storied franchises in...Show More Summary
Should the Lakers look to trade Steve Nash before his final season of a three-year, $27-million contract, the veteran point guard would receive a 15% trade bonus.
One of sports world's foremost renaissance men, Steve Nash, plays many roles: Lakers point guard, two-time NBA MVP, renowned good-guy, budding filmmaker and father of three, just to to name a few. But Nash is also a massive soccer fan — making this summer extra special for the greatest Canadian basketball player of all time. Show More Summary
With the 2014 NBA draft approaching, it's only appropriate that NBA TV's next original film—The84Draft—focuses on the one draft night that impacted the league like none other before or since. The84Draft will debut on Monday, June 9, at 9 p.m. Show More Summary
Just because it has been repeated to death does not mean it’s any less of a fact—the Los Angeles Lakers have a ton of roster holes to deal with. Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash will be back, and so will Robert Sacre ! There’s your starting lineup of three—the only players under actual contract for next season. Show More Summary
The Steve Nash Foundation Showdown makes a return to New York on June 25, but the Lakers' veteran point guard won't be holding the Los Angeles version of his charity soccer match.
The 2014 offseason is poised to be one of the most trying and uncertain in Los Angeles Lakers franchise history. The two key cogs remaining—Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash—want to cap their respective careers by winning a championship. That can’t happen without a lot of help. Show More Summary
Kevin Love isn't getting the Dwight Howard treatment. He isn't enduring the same criticism as Carmelo Anthony. Chris Paul received more flack for orchestrating his escape from New Orleans. Steve Nash might have even withstood more resentment...Show More Summary