Injured Steve Nash could be out up to four weeks after fracturing his fibula on his left leg during a game against the Portland Trailblazers, according to the Los Angeles Lakers.
Lakers point guard Steve Nash is listed as doubtful for Friday night’s game against the cross-town rival Los Angeles Clippers.
Dwight Howard’s 33 points and 14 rebounds were not enough for the Los Angeles Lakers in a 116-106 loss to the inspired Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night.
Steve Nash returned to the locker room with an injured shin after playing two minutes of the third quarter of the Laker, Blazers game in Portland.
The Los Angeles Lakers have proved why they are the hottest ticket in town.
Damian Lillard had 14 points and seven assists in his first NBA action, and the Portland Trail Blazers capitalized on the absences of Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard for a 93-75 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers in a preseason game Wednesday night.
Steve Nash is learning about much more than just his new city and new teammates during his first few days with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Dwight Howard flattened the creases across the chest of his brand-new gold jersey and joined his teammates for a group photo, joking around and laughing even while saying cheese.
Something very special is about to happen this year for the Lakers. Lakers media day has always been exciting in the past, but Monday morning at the Lakers’ training facility in El Segundo it went to all whole new level.
The Los Angeles Lakers are getting ready for training which begins on October 1st as they get ready to contend for the NBA Championship with the new additions added in the offseason.
Free agent forward Grant Hill has reportedly agreed to a two-year contract with the Los Angeles Clippers.
A video posted on Twitter last week by Steve Nash shows happy Lakers fans speeding by in SUV and passing the two-time MVP a can of beer.
Nobody is more surprised to see Steve Nash holding a gold Lakers jersey than the two-time MVP guard himself.
Steve Nash could have earned more money while enjoying the twilight of his remarkable NBA career in Manhattan, his offseason home. Or he could have returned to Canada, finishing up his playing days in Toronto with an eye toward national history and another career in the front office.
Steve Nash wanted to go to the Los Angeles Lakers. He just needed an assist. The Phoenix Suns would have to reach a sign-and-trade deal to facilitate the move and, according to Nash, they were reluctant.