GoldenKnight wrote:pound4pound1 wrote:^^^
that was all heart...it pains me to see him out there like that tho...true competitor being run to the ground
Same as Kobe, it's the coach's responsibility to sit them down. Competing is in their nature, this is what they do. We have a coach with no backbone.
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
The Rock wrote:
Nash's girlfriend posted this
http://deadspin.com/heres-steve-nash-in ... socialflow[/url]
Weezy wrote:Can't agree, if the Lakers staff were doing their jobs right IMO Nash would have never been shot up and asked to play, not at 39, not when he kept saying his hamstring doesn't feel right. Vitti is good, but he's not infallible, this is the team just a few years back we mocked for their ridiculous amount of sprained ankles, our medical staff has never been considered the best.
Dave McMenamin @mcten 3m
Steve Nash: "I'm still in a lot of discomfort I think not only from last night but from getting a bunch of darts stuck in me."
Steve Nash offers some sound advice to Darius Morris, Andrew Goudelock
"I don’t think those guys should approach it as a tough spot," Nash said. "I think they should approach it as they have nothing to lose. They go out there, let it rip. If they have a tough night, what would you expect from your first NBA start out of nowhere. They should play free and loose, use their youth and energy and skills they posses to go out there and have fun with it and take a free cut. I’d love to see those guys go out there with that type of attitude and give themselves a chance."
Weezy wrote:You're probably right, this season has just been so awful, it's making me read into body language because that's almost all I have to go off of. We've seen so little of Nash on the court, especially feeling and playing likr himself, as the leader I'm used to seeing, just makes me feel like he feels it's a lost season, and why would he fight to come back and hurt himself further for nothing. But you could be right, guilt, and waning to play up to his contract, for his teammates and the fans could be big factors.
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