The Lakers announce Steve Nash is out for the season, likely marking the end of his illustrious career. Sadly, his stint with LA never really got off the ground, but that doesn't detract from what he accomplished beforehand. Lakers News Unable to Overcome Ongoing Back Issues, Steve Nash to Miss 2014-15 Season | Bleacher Re..
Billy King announced Friday that they have exercised the third-year contract options on Mason Plumlee and Sergey Karasev, but there was no mention of Marquis Teague, who's expected to be traded to Philadelphia, perhaps as early as today. Teams were required to make decisions on third and fourth year rookie contract options by ..
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