Stephen Curry and the 12-0 Golden State Warriors have entered rarefied air, drawing comparisons to Michael Jordan and predictable blowback from members of the 72-win 1996 Chicago Bulls. Steve Nash, The post Steve Nash: Steph Curry May Be the Most Skilled NBA Player Ever appeared first on SLAMonline.
Golden State Warriors point guard and reigning NBA MVP Stephen Curry has started the 2015-16 NBA season by blitzing opposing defenses with stunning regularity, and according to one legendary floor general, Curry may be the most skilled...Show More Summary
(photo source) Pastels - "Nothing to be done" [Buy] I just love imagining random things like Steve Nash says, "Hi I'm Steve Nash" and start singing Johnny Cash song. Muhammad Ali says "Float like a butterfly. Sting was a...
The Phoenix Suns inducted Steve Nash into the Ring of Honor on Friday night, following the announcement in late August. The two-time NBA MVP adds quickest turnover for induction to his resume after retiring earlier this year on March 21. Show More Summary
Steve Nash was the maestro of a frenetic basketball symphony with the Phoenix Suns.
Steve Nash will be inducted into the Phoenix Suns’ Ring of Honor on Friday night as the team takes on the Portland Trail Blazers. There (...)
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Friday night, the Phoenix Suns are inducting Steve Nash into their Ring of Honor. It should be a great night for Suns fans to pay their respects to someone who did so much for the franchise over the years. The Suns are going all out for this honor, as you'd expect. Show More Summary
Here’s the Dallas Morning News reporting that Dirk Nowitzki will be in attendance when the Phoenix Suns honor Steve Nash for his accomplishments: Nowitzki and a handful of other Mavericks’ personnel will use the day off Friday in Los Angeles to return to Phoenix, where they will watch Steve Nash be inducted into the Suns’ ring of honor. “I’m [...]
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Warriors player development consultant Steve Nash began his on-court work with the players on Friday. Nash focused considerable time with Klay Thompson on footwork and ball-handling drills. The two also The post WATCH: Klay Thompson And Steve Nash Work on Post Moves appeared first on SLAMonline.
The real value in Steve Nash's partnership with the Golden State Warriors is more symbolic than practical, but don't make the mistake of assuming that detracts from its importance. Chances are Nash won't be involved in the day-in-day-out grind—a possibility first reported by ESPN.com's Marc Stein and later confirmed in a team release. Show More Summary
After three injury-plagued seasons with the Lakers, Steve Nash retired as a player.
Steve Nash, a retired two-time NBA most valuable player who was one of the best point guards ever to grace the game, has joined the champion Golden State Warriors as a player development consultant.
The Golden State Warriors officially announced the addition of Steve Nash, a two-time NBA Most Valuable Player, as a part-time player development consultant Friday. The team confirmed the hire on its official site, noting the longtime...Show More Summary
The NBA Champion Golden State Warriors have hired two-time NBA Most Valuable Player Steve Nash as a player development consultant, the team announced today. In this capacity, Nash will be embedded with the Warriors periodically throughout the season, working on-court with the team.
Steve Nash confirmed that he’s joining the Golden State Warriors as a part-time player consultant, but said he wasn’t exactly (...)
On the heels of a long, award-winning NBA career, Steve Nash is using his retirement to help create a positive ripple in the community at large, highlighted by an annual charity soccer game in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The post The Beauty of Sport appeared first on SLAMonline.
Steve Nash is going to play for the Los Angeles Lakers this season after a blockbuster deal this week. Nash's trade to the Los Angeles Lakers comes months after Peyton Manning signed a deal with the Denver Broncos. But Nash's deal is...Show More Summary