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.
In what’s looking like the most stunning move of the offseason, the Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns have reportedly agreed to a sign-and-trade that brings two-time MVP Steve Nash to the Lakers.
There’s an assumption that when you get older in the NBA, all you want to do is play for a championship. That you’d sell your soul, that you’d hitch yourself to any bandwagon and possibly ride into the sunset with a ring. Well, mostly, that is the case. Unless you’re Steve Nash.
Allen Iverson reached out to Los Angeles to join Lakers. Iverson refused to sign as Lakers wanted him to start in the D-league, Defenders. ESPN
PHOENIX (AP) — Jason Richardson scored 29 points, reserve Hakim Warrick had a season-high 25 and the Phoenix Suns kept the Los Angeles Clippers winless on the road with a 116-108 victory on Friday night. […]