VIDEO: Steve Nash, Dirk Nowitzki play the “What if?” game in episode 4 of The Finish Line

In 2004, Steve Nash left the Dallas Mavericks for the Phoenix Suns after Mavs owner Mark Cuban refused to match Phoenix’s offer. Cuban came to the conclusion that Nash’s back wouldn’t hold up much longer – yes, the Canadian was even having health issues then – and therefore he decided to let the future two-time MVP head back to the team that drafted him in 1996. Leaving...
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Lakers' Steve Nash hopes to play next season

The Los Angeles Lakers signed Steve Nash prior to the 2012-2013 season in hopes to team up with Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard to make a run at an NBA championship. The Lakers won 45 games and were a seventh seed in the playoffs. Nash was limited to 50 games, but showed signs of his old self, averaging 12.7 points and 6.7 rebounds per game. But this season was a nightmare to...
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Lakers GM: Re-signing Pau Gasol is a priority

Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak said Friday during the team’s exit interviews that re-signing Pau Gasol is a priority. Kupchak on Gasol: “Absolutely he’s a priority. If you look at the free agents, there probably isn’t anyone as good as Pau on the board.” — Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) April 18, 2014 Gasol has said he plans to listen to offers this summer...
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Steve Nash says Lakers can't rely on him next season

The 2014-15 NBA season can’t come soon enough for the Los Angeles Lakers, who just suffered their worst campaign since moving to LA. Kobe Bryant recently tweeted that “next season will be epic,” however, point guard Steve Nash shared a not-so-epic quote with ESPN’s Dave McMenamin about what can be expected of him: “They can’t rely on me, frankly,” said Nash, already...
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Lakers’ Kobe Bryant: ‘Next season will be epic’

Kobe Bryant has been focused on his rehabilitation from a fractured knee, and has distanced himself from the Los Angeles Lakers, who just wrapped up their worst season in franchise history. But Bryant plans to be ready to lead the Lakers next season. S*** season. Flush it. Forget it #amnesia Next Season will be epic #blackout #bussfam — Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) April 16, 2014...
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Steve Nash and Pau Gasol Retirement: What’s next for Lakers?

Although a championship contention may be far-fetched target for the Los Angeles Lakers next season, the retirement of Steve Nash and the departure of Pau Gasol could spell another bad season for the Lakers in 2014-2015, unless they bring in players who could make up for the absence of the team’s two strongmen. Steve Nash is obviously at the twilight of his basketball career,...
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MarShon Brooks Is Not Happy For Steve Nash in This Perfectly-Timed Photo

Steve Nash received a big ovation from the Staples Center crowd and his Los Angeles Lakers teammates on Tuesday night when he moved into third all-time in career assists. Everyone was excited for Nash, well, except for MarShon Brooks. Check out this perfectly-timed photo of Brooks mean-mugging as Nash celebrated with the crowd. Of course Brooks, who rarely shows any emotion, was...
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Steve Nash Moves Into 3rd All-Time for Career Assists (Video)

The Los Angeles Lakers’ Steve Nash is now third all-time in assists, having passed head coach Mark Jackson of the Golden State Warriors. Jackson wasted no time sending his congratulations to Nash via Twitter: Congrats to the Great @SteveNash on passing me on the All Time Assist list! I’m Honored!! God Bless #4 — Mark Jackson (@MarkJackson13) April 9, 2014 Nash made history...
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WATCH: Steve Nash becomes third all-time in NBA assists

Earlier tonight, Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash dished his 10,335 assist of his career to place him third on the NBA All-Time assist leaders list. For those of you who might have missed it, check out Nash’s assist to Jodie Meeks on a Lakers fast break against the Houston Rockets which allowed him to past Mark Jackson for third on the NBA’s all-time list: Congrats Steve...
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Lakers News: Steve Nash to play final game of season, possibly career, tonight against Dallas

Tonight could be the last time we see Steve Nash play in an NBA game. According to Lakers beat writer Mark Medina, the Canadian believes that tonight’s game against the Dallas Mavericks will likely be his last game of the year. Steve participated in a mere 13 games for the Lakers this season, averaging 7.3 points and 5.7 assists per game. Tonight would mark the 14th game for the...
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