Doc Brown wrote:He can use the love of the game and all that other politically correct crap, but I bet anything if he was getting paid vet. min he wouldn't be coming back next season.
10 million dollar meal ticket from our incompetent FO, why the hell wouldn't he stick on for that? And this just confirms to me that his goal was to play 10 games this season and be done with it.
There is no use playing him next season, there is no use for him to even be around, write him his check and tell him to stay at home. We need to build towards the future, not let a guy hang on for 10 million and decide every 15 games he wants to try and play 2 games.
He can't play back to backs, he can't play over 20 minutes, he can't play more than 2 games in a week. He's just a road block right now.
So, that happened. Plus for D'antoni?
@janiscarr: So Nash thinks he can play this season, but D'Antoni says he's done. Interesting...
therealdeal wrote:It's all crap. If he accepts medical retirement he can still get the money he needs for child support, he just doesn't hurt our franchise any more. And if he loves the game that much, I'm sure we'd hire him back (or someone would) as a player development coach right away. He's too smart not to do something like that.
But this? This is bull****. He's just a selfish guy that doesn't give two rips about what's going on with this team and this company.
“@MarkG_Medina: @KamBrothers @AnthonyVEvans FWIW, I asked Nash about Kobe's comments. Said Nash: "I won't touch that."”
Jerry Buss wrote:One of the biggest reasons I bought the Lakers was to beat the Celtics …..you just got it into your soul that you couldn't stand the Celtics anymore
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