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Steve Nash News
Steve Nash scored four points and dished out seven assists in 19 minutes on Friday.
By finishing Steve Nash's contract, the Lakers expect to have more money to spend in 2015 and 2016
Steve Nash had five points and 11 assists in 19 minutes in his first game back since Feb. 11.
The Lakers are down to one healthy point guard and Steve Nash may be able to return.
Steve Nash is owed $9.7 million on his contract for the 14-15 season.
Steve Nash has been out since aggravating a nerve injury in his leg.
With the Lakers likely to sit out 2014 for max contract players, Steve Nash is unlikely to fall victim to the stretch provision.
Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash are long shots to return at some point this season.
Steve Nash has dealt with nerve issues over the past two seasons.
Mike D'Antoni is hopeful both Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash can return at the same time, on Jan. 28, against the Pacers.
Steve Nash will return to Vancouver for the fourth time this season to undergo rehab with personal trainer Rick Celebrini.
Steve Nash went through light shooting drills on Sunday.
Steve Nash refuted that he is considering retiring from basketball amid health issues.
Nov 19, 2013
| Peter Vecsey
The Lakers would pay Steve Nash his entire remaining salary if he is given a medical retirement, but they would be given cap relief.
Steve Nash would receive full compensation if he is found physically unable to play, but the money would come off the Lakers' cap.
Steve Nash's treatment will include an epidural block.
Steve Nash suffered back pain during Sunday's game against the Timberwolves.
Steve Nash is not thinking about retirement at this point.
Steve Nash is general manager of the Canadian national basketball team.
Steve Nash left the Lakers' preseason loss to the Kings on Thursday night due to a left ankle injury.
Kobe Bryant said on Lakers' media day that he does not have a timetable on when he will return.
Steve Nash is not ready to predict when he will retire from the NBA.
The Lakers could have enough cap space to have a super team in 2014 if Dwight Howard re-signs and helps bring in other superstars.
Dwight Howard is reportedly displeased with his role in the Lakers’ offense.
Mitch Kupchak also expressed optimism that Steve Nash could return for Game 1 on Sunday.
Steve Nash has dealt with a broken leg, hip and hamstring issues this season.
Steve Nash has been able to evolve his game with the Lakers.
Steve Nash does not regret his decision to join the Lakers despite a frustrating season that may result in missing the playoffs.
Steve Nash expressed doubt when asked whether the Lakers can turn their season around.
Jim Buss chose Steve Nash over Pau Gasol and Dwight Howard in terms of the fit of the Lakers' head coach, according to a source.