Suffering through three injury-plagued seasons in Los Angeles is not exactly how Steve Nash wanted to end his basketball career. But it helped him with the transition.
Steve Nash played through pain and injury for essentially his entire career. But he finally surrendered to his back woes last weekend after 19 years in the NBA and “failure” in Los Angeles.
Nash will miss the entire season because of a back injury, the Lakers announced Thursday, putting the two-time NBA MVP point guard’s career in doubt.
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Mike D’Antoni’s agent says the Los Angeles Lakers have signed the former coach of the Suns and Knicks to a four-year contract to replace Mike Brown.
A report from USA Today says the Los Angeles Lakers have fired coach Mike Brown after a 1-4 start to his second season in charge of the team.
Mavs owner Mark Cuban is happy to put pressure on the new-look Lakers, who added Steve Nash and Dwight Howard over the summer. He recently questioned the team’s chemistry.
With nothing but bad news coming out of the Mavs camp, New School wants to know – are the Mavs on a sinking ship?
Steve Nash is reportedly going to team up with Kobe Bryant to try and bring the Lakers another title. The All-Star point guard will re-sign with the Suns and will then be dealt to the Lakers.
Now that Deron Williams is staying put in Brooklyn and the likelihood of Dwight Howard following is, well, “likely,” another target for the Dallas Mavericks include a blast-from-the-past –– veteran point guard Steve Nash.
The Bulls are reportedly interested in both Jason Kidd and Steve Nash in free agency, but they will also pay whatever they have to in order to keep this season’s core together.