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VIDEO: Steve Nash Will Miss The 2014-15 NBA Season

HANG TIME NEW JERSEY – Mike D’Antoni, Steve Nash and the Phoenix Suns changed NBA offense forever. 396 more words

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Don't forget how exceptional Steve Nash was

Steve Nash’s legendary career deserves a better ending.

When he came out of Santa Clara in 1996, the 6’3″ guard went 15th overall in the draft to the Phoenix Suns. 406 more words


Mavs Rest Starters, Fall To Pelicans 88-85

BOSSIER CITY, La. (AP) — Undrafted rookie Patric Young is working hard to make it in the NBA.

The New Orleans Pelicans benefited from the University of Florida product’s efforts in the waning moments of the team’s preseason finale Thursday. 607 more words


VOTE: Should Steve Nash Retire?

Steve Nash, 40, has been in the league since 1996 playing for the Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks and now Los Angeles Lakers. He was a 2-time MVP (2005-06) plus numerous awards but never won the NBA championship. 23 more words


Daryl Morey: Last year’s Rockets were “average”

The Houston Rockets went 54-28 last season, tying for the NBA’s fifth-best record.

They had 53 Pythagorean wins, ranking seventh in the league.

They scored 108.6 points per 100 possessions (ranking fourth) and allowed 103.1 points per 100 possessions (ranking 12th). 167 more words

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The Class of the NBA: Southwest Division Preview

Last year the Southwest was one of two divisions to send four teams to the playoffs. The other was the East’s Southeast division and only Miami would have made it to the playoffs in the West. 1,267 more words


Monta Ellis Interview

Dallas Mavericks shooting guard Monta Ellis calls in to the Ben and Skin show to talk about the upcoming season and how the team will compare to last year’s roster. 50 more words

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