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GIF: Steve Nash Makes Two Great Passes In Preseason Games Reviewed by Momizat on . Last off season, the Lakers acquired Steve Nash from the Phoenix Suns because of his mastery handling the ball and distributing to his teammates. While Nash had Last off season, the Lakers acquired Steve Nash from the Phoenix Suns because of his mastery handling the ball and distributing to his teammates. While Nash had Rating:
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GIF: Steve Nash Makes Two Great Passes In Preseason Games

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Last off season, the Lakers acquired Steve Nash from the Phoenix Suns because of his mastery handling the ball and distributing to his teammates. While Nash had some bright moments last season, he was injured for a large part of last year and never quite seemed right. This off season, we’ve already seen two gorgeous dimes from Nash as he’s been healthy for the most part. His ability to get into the paint, draw defenders and find his teammates is something the Lakers just haven’t had since the Nick Van Exel days and will be much needed this season if the Lakers hope to be successful. However, on this Saturday, let’s just watch a couple of Nashty gifs on replay. Enjoy.

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  • kobe24

    I love Nash and respect him alot but, I honestly think he should come off the bench like how Jason Kidd did and let Farmar take the starting PG

    • Paytc

      I kind of agree with you kobe24 ! I also think it will allow Nash to be healthy come playoff time.
      He also would be an excellent mentor for Famar.

      • Zimmeredge

        last season… having Nash on the bench was a obligation for me. not being healthy, a lot of players asking for the ball (Gasol, Howard and Bryant), his role was to shoot the ball from the perimeter much of the time and he didn’t defend well. Blake can do that plus he can play some D. You don’t ask Blake to lead anything just a spot up shooter on O and a hustle guy on D.
        We needed one or two important guys on the bench and so with the amount of talent that we had we should have been able to split or basic starting five in a group of two.
        1st unit: Blake, Bryant, MWP, Jamison, Howard
        2nd unit: Nash, Meeks, Clark, Hill, Gasol

        now this season. having Nash on the bench won’t change a thing. Farmar is a good point guard. he deserves to lead a team but he can’t lead a team with Bryant and Gasol. So, for Farmar to be fully effective he needs to have players arounf him that are less experienced than him like Henry, Meeks, Kelly, Harris, Sacré, Johnson and even Nick Young.

        • Paytc

          Interesting points? Last year with everything that went on injury,coach fired,ego’s, lack of chemistry,etc….

          It looks like there is a bit of healthy competition going on for play time.
          I like to let the players performance and effectiveness decide everything.

          This year if we stay healthy we should make the playoffs a lot easier than last season. Once in the playoffs….. who knows ?

          Go Lakers!

    • hookedonnews

      Farmar will learn more watching Nash. Steve Nash is not Jason Kidd. Nash is not going to be coming off the bench anymore than Kobe is going to come off the bench. Not going to happen. Farmar will have his opportunities. I hope he plays well. But he doesn’t know this offense like Nash, he can’t pass like Nash, and he can’t shoot as well as Nash. I don’t think he expects to start, and D’Antoni is never going to replace Steve Nash as the starter. If Farmar plays well, Nash will be able to play fewer minutes, so I think everyone will have a chance to contribute.

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    • Vinsanity

      I don’t think so kobe24, Steve Nash is the only PG who can run well with D’Antoni’s System and so Nash earned that trust and respect and besides D’Antoni is much comfortable running his system with aging Steve Nash than a younger and healthier Farmar or anyone.

      • Paytc

        Vinsanity, The only issue is will Nash be able to log a good number of minutes. Sure it really only matter to an ego who starts or not. It really comes down to who is healthy and athletic enough to play at a high enough level longer minutes per game?

        Who do you think will be most likely to …..
        1. Stay healthy
        2.Play at a high level longest per game?
        3. Defend,stay in front of, slow down and /or stop the ball?
        4.Run the offense effectively for longest minutes?
        5.combine youth,athleticism,speed,experience,endurance,and toughness?

        I think Famar will end up shouldering a large load for the team IMO.
        Unless there is some type of trade in the near future for a better PG.

        I think with Famar shouldering a large load we may actually have a fresh Steve Nash to lean on come playoff time? Time will tell better than anyone.

        I am prepared to sit back and enjoy whoever ends up being healthy and effective enough to be on the floor. We have a good group of players. Some of the bench players will be as good or better than some starters. That’s a good problem to have IMO !

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