After a 19-year-career on the court, that was hindered by injuries in the last three years, Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash announced Saturday that he is ready to retire. The 41-year-old Canadian wrote about his decision on The Players’ Tribune website.
Including Andrea Bargnani as an object in a fantasy novel.
Too gross. Way too gross.
Amar’e Stoudemire was like, “YOU CAN’T SEE ME,” and then Steve Nash was like, “OH GAWD, HI.”
I’ve never wanted a nickname to catch on more.
Steve Nash doing “Gangnam Style,” some Lakers fan ripping off his Oakleys in ecstasy — it’s all here. Best part: NONE OF THEM INVOLVE DWIGHT HOWARD.
D’Antoni and Steve Nash love each other. D’Antoni coached Kobe Bryant in London. Pau Gasol is from the same continent as Italy. This is perfect!
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but the guy actually seems to have the right idea.
Hollywood changes people.
The new Lakers point guard continues to show that he’s one of the funniest players in the league.
Seeing them all together at L.A.’s Media Day is a bone-chilling experience for fans of any of the NBA’s 29 other teams.
I think Nash will fit in just fine in Los Angeles.
The Lakers’ new starting point guard has already received quite a warm welcome in LA. Now he can look forward to free Keystone Lights every time he hits the road.
Unfortunately, sometimes the business side of sports makes for some pretty devastating fan reactions. The most recent addition to the LA Lakers hopes to cap his career in Phoenix with one last autograph.
After news broke of the sign-and-trade that would send him to Los Angeles, Steve Nash released a statement to his fans and the organization in Phoenix.
The Suns have agreed to trade the star point guard to their conference rivals, the Los Angeles Lakers.
Seriously, watch this new ad he cut for some random health-food product and just try and tell me his cadence, timing, and delivery aren’t a spitting image of Ben Stiller.
When NBA players and soccer stars meet on the pitch, things get funny.
If your team doesn’t have a starting point guard lined up — hell, even if it does — it’s probably pursuing 38-year-old Steve Nash.
See what haunts the Suns point guard’s hotel room.
Multi-time NBA MVP Steve Nash has been named General Manager of Canada Basketball, whatever that means. Since the country’s making this big basketball push, we figured they could use a new slogan, too.
Next season, the Knicks might have to decide between Steve Nash and Jeremy Lin as their starting point guard. Also, a baby tiger could be in the mix. Who even knows? That’s just how the world works.
Rumor has it that the Raptors’ former GM could’ve traded for Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash. He chose not to.
That’s two points for JB.
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