therealdeal wrote:Some of the blame has to be here.
I don't know how much since Steve can't control his injuries, but if he had been able to play, Kobe wouldn't need to create for 48 minutes. He'd have a partner like we all thought he'd have. Now he's all we have left and he might not even play the rest of the year.
Tobias Funke wrote:Sad to say, but the Nash-Pringles 2.0 experiment has been a huge failure.
XXIV wrote:Tobias Funke wrote:Sad to say, but the Nash-Pringles 2.0 experiment has been a huge failure.
Nash has no one to run the pick and roll with. Dwight can't catch any sort of pass unless it's a lob and Pau's too slow to run it effectively.
Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni says no Steve Nash tonight v. San Antonio, but very possibly on Wednesday against Houston.
Weezy wrote:I don't get people getting upset at Nash for not playing. He's 39, his hamstring isn't right, the last thing we need is for him to push it and get badly injured. If he could play I'm sure he would.
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