trodgers wrote:Janine Garcia wrote:I'm absolutely in love with him, real love. oh, and i would like him to control the ball a lot more
What would the sax man say?
i'm in love too haha beautiful how he reads the floor and sets up everyone jsut amazing
DHL wrote:running a lot of this
Phil XI wrote:Re: Steve Nash Discussion (At least 1 more week away)
by Phil XI on Wed Nov 28, 2012 5:49 pm
I have Christmas in the Nash pool.
odom1year wrote:I felt Nash was boring in the game. He was not the play maker any more. Just passing the ball to a player and watching after.
odom1year wrote:Nice game Nash !
BigDan24 wrote:odom1year wrote:I felt Nash was boring in the game. He was not the play maker any more. Just passing the ball to a player and watching after.odom1year wrote:Nice game Nash !
brandonr2001 wrote:lil interesting fact....last nights game was steve nash's first win as a laker...
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
Ariza3 wrote:loved what nash was doing by getting them into their sets. he may not have gotten the assist but he was the reason they scored and organized everything.
dantoni set up a great play multiple times to get mwp wide open for 3. and im glad kobe actually did it instead of iso everytime. there was a good mix of team ball with nash running it and kobe iso in the end of the 4th and OT.
glad nash is back bc hes the only player who kobe would let run the show like he did at the end of the game when it was on the line. and he delivered in the clutch with that huge 3 and assists and one legged fade away. i want like 2 more shots a game though. 10 should be perfect for him bc hed make most of them from inside the arc and outside with this team surrounding him and if not go to the line which he'll drill those at 90%+
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