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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Steve Nash’s Place in the Point Guard Pantheon

Steve Nash had a nice run in Dallas and won two MVPs in Phoenix before the sad denouement of his career in Los Angeles. He established himself as a very efficient shooter and deft playmaker but he never took a team to the NBA Finals. In my newest article at The Roar I examine Nash's legacy:

Steve Nash's Place in the Point Guard Pantheon

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posted by David Friedman @ 4:44 PM


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At Monday, March 30, 2015 4:14:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why u h8in' on Nash? No but seriously, I remember when people were actually asking, "Is Steve Nash the greatest PG of all-time?", the same question they ask about Chris Paul when he has a run of good games. As you pointed out, even saying that Nash is a top five PG all-time is a big stretch. What really drives the point home about the lunacy of his MVPs is that he has as many as Tim Duncan and as many as Shaq and Kobe combined. That just doesn't sound right in any context.


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