Steve Nash is not ready to predict when he will retire from the NBA.
"I don't really want to think about it," Nash said.
"I want to concentrate on this season and have a great season and then next year I'll worry about next year. After that there's a chance I could keep playing, but I'm totally open to not playing or playing again and I don't really want to predict. I just want to concentrate on the now and worry about the future when it arrives."
Nash will turn 40 in February of next year.
"It's coming along nicely," Nash said of his health. "I'm not 100 percent, but it's getting close. In the next two months for sure, but I imagine in the next two to three weeks I'll be 100 percent and that gives me another month [before training camp] to get even better. The fortunate thing about it is it's been mostly a nerve situation I'm dealing with and nerves take time, but I've been able to work around it and work to strengthen different areas. So, it's not like I've been waiting and waiting for something to heal. I've been waiting in one respect for the nerves to settle down, but I've also been strengthening in other areas and I've been on the court, too. So, I had a really good summer."