NBA: Steve Nash Says Warriors ‘Could be Better Than Any Team in NBA History’

The Golden State Warriors already set a new record finishing 73-9 last season, but they still aren’t considered the best team in history since they failed to win an NBA championship that same year.  They are slated by many to win the title this year with the addition of Kevin Durant and their player-development consultant, Steve Nash says they now could be the  best in NBA history.

NBA: James Harden Compared Himself to Steve Nash in Pitch to Get Free Agents to Sign With Rockets

The Houston Rockets struck out on Atlanta Hawks free agents Al Horford and Kent Bazemore so they then turned their sights to New Orleans Pelicans’ free agents Ryan Anderson and Eric Gordon.  They flew to Los Angeles and visited Anderson’s home in Hermosa Beach. After a nearly two-hour afternoon meeting with Anderson they locked him in with a four-year, $80 million deal.  He then called his close friend and teammate Gordon, and set up a meeting to have him join the Rockets as well.  The Rockets sales pitch had an interesting angle.

NBA: Steve Nash May Be The Main Reason Kevin Durant Decided To Sign With The Warriors

Kevin Durant played with an elite point guard in OKC. He will be playing with another elite point guard when the season stars with the Warriors. Turns out though that another elite point guard, albeit a retired one, may have had more to do with him changing teams than either Westbrook or Curry.

NBA: Steve Nash Says Stephen Curry May Be Most Skilled Player in the History of the NBA

Stephen Curry is the reigning NBA MVP and NBA champion and he and the Golden State Warriors have come out firing once again, starting the season 12-0.  Curry is blazing through several shooting records and many are starting to call him the greatest shooter in the history of the NBA.  Now he’s receiving praise from a fellow point guard who’s also considered one of the best in the history of the league.

(Video) NBA: Well Deserved! Steve Nash Gets Inducted Into The Phoenix Suns Ring Of Honor

Steve Nash was inducted into the Suns Ring Of Honor last night and he had many former Suns greats to welcome him. Charles Barkley, Dan Majerle, Tom Chambers, former coach Mike D’Antoni and many more were on hand to see one of the best point guards ever get his due from the team he did the most for.

(Video) NBA: Steve Nash Plays Pickup Basketball With Snoop Dogg

Steve Nash will go down as one of the greatest point guards of all time but it was Snoop Dogg dishing out the assists as the two played pickup basketball together.  I’m sure Nash will miss the real thing but he seems to be enjoying his retirement and playing just for fun.

NBA: Steve Nash Says Stephen Curry Is the Greatest Shooter in NBA History

As regular-season and postseason three-point records fall and Stephen Curry continues to far outpace the likes of Ray Allen and Reggie Miller, the argument begins to grow that Curry isn’t just the greatest shooter of his generation, he may be the greatest shooter in the history of basketball.

NBA: Dirk Nowitzki Says Steve Nash Overcame A Lot in His Career, Being ‘Slow, White & Unathletic’

Steve Nash finally announced his retirement from the NBA.  Although his last couple of years were marred by injury, we can’t forget that Nash was the best point guard in the league for quite some time.  For that, many players around the league have celebrated Nash and sang his praises after the announcement of his retirement.

NBA Report: Cavaliers Offered to Add Steve Nash If He Agreed to Buyout From the Lakers

Steve Nash desperately wanted to continue playing basketball but his body repeatedly failed him with each comeback attempt.  He finally threw in the towel and announced his retirement on Saturday.  After many years with the Phoenix Suns he went to the Los Angeles Lakers to try and win a title with Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard but that resulted in an utter failure.  Now it turns out Nash had one more opportunity to possibly secure a championship ring.

NBA: Steve Nash Officially Announces Retirement From The NBA

Steve Nash announced his retirement from the NBA today in an unusual way. Rather than a big press conference or trying to get back on the court for a farewell tour, Nash chose to write about his own retirement, via Derek Jeter’s website “The Players Tribune”. Nash with the Lakers never really worked out due to constant injuries, but nobody should forget how amazing of a player Nash was in his prime and the MVP trophies he has to back it up. He never won a title but his career is destined to end up in the Hall of Fame without question.

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