Steve Nash cited a lack of commitment by players to the system as one of the reasons for the Los Angeles Lakers’ struggles this season.
"We're not all committing to what they want us to do," Nash said. "We're half stuck in our own, old ways. We have to stop thinking about our pasts and ourselves.”
Nash has searched for ways to turn things around.
"I just go home at night and lie awake trying to figure it out," he said. "I keep asking myself, 'What am I not doing?'"
Asked if the Lakers can reverse course, Nash said: "That's yet to be seen, I guess. I think we have a chance. Maybe not this year. Maybe it's next year. But we have a ton of talent and an organization with great history. If Dwight stays [after this season], we have the pieces. We just have to figure out how to put it all together."