5:57 PM EDT, Thu October 08, 2015

Kerr comes to practice; Nash urges Warriors’ coach to go home

On the first full day of Steve Kerr’s medical leave of absence, the Warriors’ head coach came to the team’s downtown Oakland facility Friday for treatment on his surgically repaired back and then couldn’t help but pop into practice for a little bit. While the players and staff were elated to see Kerr just a day later, player development consultant Steve Nash urged Kerr to go home and rest. Nash played 19 seasons in the NBA, battling a congenital condition called spondylolisthesis - a displacement of the vertebrae in his back.
Blazersedge Sep 28, 2015

CJ McCollum Expands on Steve Nash Workouts

CJ McCollum expands on his workouts with future hall-of-fame point guard Steve Nash, including how the workouts came to be and what they focused on. NBA Media Day 2015 was in full swing this afternoon and the Portland Trail Blazers stepped up to the plate with several interviews. You can find a rundown of the event as it unfolded on social media here and find video and audio from various participants across the site. Here's a transcript of the interview Trail Blazers guard CJ McCollum gave to assembled media, including David MacKay of Blazer's Edge. CJ, you worked out with Steve Nash this...
Bright Side Of The Sun Sep 27, 2015

Phoenix Suns offer Steve Nash a bit too late

The long-time Suns point guard had already took the job with Golden State when he was approached by the Suns and the Lakers. Steve Nash agreed to be part of the Golden State Warriors' staff on Thursday, as InsideBayArea reported it first, but on Saturday morning Marc J. Spears of Yahoo NBA tweeted that Nash was offered by both the Suns and Lakers before taking the job in Oakland. Lakers & Suns also tried to hire ex-guard Steve Nash in a similar position before he joined Warriors as a consultant with friend Steve Kerr. — Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) September 26, 2015 Nash...
Silver Screen and Roll Sep 26, 2015

Report: Lakers, Suns, tried to hire Nash before Warriors; Nash disputes report

Nash says it wasn't until after he had agreed to join Golden State. Steve Nash was credited last year with being instrumental in Jordan Clarkson's development, a rapid ascent in which after sitting the majority of the first half of the season, Clarkson averaged 16.7 points, 5.4 assists, and 4.6 rebounds while shooting 47.9 percent from the field after the All-Star Break, propelling him to a spot on the NBA's All-Rookie First Team. This led to disappointment by many Los Angeles Lakers fans when it was reported that Nash was finalizing an agreement to join the defending champion Golden State...
San Jose Mercury News Sep 25, 2015

Warriors' Klay Thompson already working with, learning finer points from Steve Nash

Klay Thompson has worked out twice with Steve Nash and now has a new outlook on the game
Oakland Tribune Sep 24, 2015

Steve Nash confirms role with Golden State Warriors, talks Stephen Curry

Steve Nash says that hopefully he and Stephen Curry will learn from each other.
Oakland Tribune Sep 17, 2015

Kawakami: Steve Nash could be another piece for Warriors

The NBA champion Golden State Warriors aren't sitting still as they contemplate adding Steve Nash as a consultant.
Arizona Republic Sep 17, 2015

Steve Nash featured in incredible Suns video

The Suns unveiled a new marketing slogan, court and alternate uniforms earlier this month.         
Bright Side Of The Sun Sep 16, 2015

Steve Nash narrates really cool Phoenix Suns throwback video

The Phoenix Suns are celebrating 48 years in the Valley of the Sun by having their two-time MVP Steve Nash narrate a walk down memory lane.
Silver Screen and Roll Sep 16, 2015

The Credits: "Poached" - Lakers Links

According to sources, Steve Nash and the Golden State Warriors are close to finalizing a deal that would bring the former two-time MVP on as a part-time consultant. Will the Lakers' young guards lose the opportunity of Nash's tutelage? Lakers News Report: Nash may join Warriors « NBA.com | Hang Time Blog with Sekou Smith Report: Steve Nash close to becoming a part-time consultant for Warriors | Ball Don't Lie - Yahoo Sports Report: Steve Nash to Join the Warriors as a Part-Time Consultant | Forum Blue And Gold Mavs Tried To Sign Steve Nash As Player In Offseason - RealGM...
Raptors HQ Sep 16, 2015

We're Giving Away A Pair Of Tickets To "A Rare Evening With Steve Nash" On September 23rd, 2015

Details below. On September 23, some of the most celebrate sports stars and influencers, including Steve Nash and Dwane Casey, will be joining together at an event called "A RARE Evening" to support iBelieve Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for MPS II or Hunter syndrome and 50 related lysosomal storage disorders. A keynote speech delivered by Nash will address the obstacles and adversities he's faced throughout his career, and how his experiences helped shape the player and person he is today. During the event, sports fans will also have an opportunity to...

Reports: Steve Nash will join Warriors coaching staff

Multiple media reports on Tuesday said that Nash, the Santa Clara alum who played 18 seasons in the NBA, will join the Warriors as a part-time assistant on head coach Steve Kerr’s staff. According to ESPN’s Mark Stein, Nash and the Warriors are discussing the former player becoming a part-time player development consultant. Stein said that Nash, who retired in March, was being aggressively lobbied by head coach Steve Kerr and team president Rick Welts to join the staff of the defending NBA champions. According to the story, the job would make Nash, 41, a tutor for the Warriors...
Mavs Moneyball Sep 15, 2015

Mavericks almost brought Steve Nash out of retirement this summer

Nash and Dirk were almost reunited for one final hurrah. The 2015 offseason served as a revolving door for the Dallas Mavericks. Players came and went -- some came and went more in a more duplicitous manner than others -- leaving the Mavericks with a newly minted roster of players looking to prove their worth. Amidst the chaos of dealmaking during the free agent frenzy, Mark Cuban and the front office reached out to Dirk Nowitzki's longtime best friend Steve Nash. The former two-time MVP retired in March, but Marc Stein reports that the Mavericks got in touch with Nash during the summer...
San Jose Mercury News Sep 15, 2015

Report: Steve Nash close to joining Warriors

Steve Nash, a two-time NBA MVP, could be joining the Golden State Warriors as a player development consultant.
Silver Screen and Roll Sep 15, 2015

Warriors finalizing agreement with Steve Nash for part-time player development role

Steve Nash might be returning to the NBA at an official capacity sooner than expected. The Golden State Warriors are close to landing former Most Valuable Player and point guard legend Steve Nash in a part-time player development role, reports Marc Stein of ESPN. Nash ended his illustrious career after suffering setbacks during his final run with the Los Angeles Lakers during preseason. Nash did make himself available for the Lakers, however, working with rookie standout Jordan Clarkson. D'Angelo Russell and Clarkson had both planned on working with Nash this summer, but it seems the...

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