After 19 years, 41-year old point guard Steve Nash has called it a career. Nash announced his retirement via The Players Tribune, early Saturday morning.
Remember on Christmas day when two basketball fans on Twitter got into it over Kobe? The saga continued on Tuesday. No, the two guys didn’t reignite their beef. Injured Lakers guard Steve Nash is the one carrying the crown now.
We’ve watched several athletes show support for the families of Eric Garner and Mike Brown over the last few weeks. On Saturday, in LA the “Millions March LA” took place in support of those who innocently lost their lives at the ands of police. Among the protestors were injured Lakers point guard Steve Nash.
Steve Nash was supposed to comet to LA two years ago, along with Dwight Howard, combine with Kobe and BAM, NBA title. Clearly things didn’t turn out that way. For the third season, Nash has been sidelined with injury issues. He recently took to his Facebook page to shed to some light on his condition […]
The Lakers season isn’t even a week old and they are already 0-4. Injuries have ravaged the franchise for the third straight season. Although Kobe is BACK, he can’t do it alone. Suffice it to say, this is going to be a long 78 games.
Looks as if the Steve Nash era in LA will come to an end without ever getting started. The Lakers announced Thursday that Nash will miss the entire 2014-2015 season due to a back injury.
Kobe Bryant is a huge soccer fan. So it should come as no surprise that the black mamba has made his way down to Brazil for the FIFA World Cup. Kobe was spotted showing off his street soccer skills.
Steve Nash has been officially shut down for the remainder of the Lakers dismal season. On episode 3 of his webseries, The Finish Line, Nash admitted that he wouldn’t be retiring before the final year of his Lakers deal. The reason why, he wants ALL OF HIS COINS!