VIDEO: Baron Davis Spoofs Steve Nash Comeback With His Own Video Reviewed by Momizat on . [new_royalslider id="185"] Two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash struck a cord with a lot of people recently after Grantland's Bill Simmons released, The Finish Line, doc [new_royalslider id="185"] Two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash struck a cord with a lot of people recently after Grantland's Bill Simmons released, The Finish Line, doc Rating: 0
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VIDEO: Baron Davis Spoofs Steve Nash Comeback With His Own Video

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Two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash struck a cord with a lot of people recently after Grantland’s Bill Simmons released, The Finish Line, documenting the veteran’s return to the floor for the Los Angeles Lakers. Nash’s recovery process turned a lot of heads when seen from a different perspective and now Baron Davis is trying to do the same, but in hilarious fashion.

In the past, Davis and Nash have done a few entertaining videos together and this one may have topped them all. Davis pokes fun at being overweight while comparing himself to Nash. Plus, Davis asks if there’s a spot on the Lakers while also talking about taking Kenny Smith’s job at TNT.

Needless to say, hilarity ensues with Davis basically making fun of himself the entire time with Nash playing his part too.


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  • gm jack

    Mitch was never a GM. He took over a team from Jerry West.

    This statement he made with respect to Nash, confirms that he has no clue.

    They spent so much money no Nash and Blake, they could have had Carmelo in 2011. He truly has zero basketball sence. It is not Jerry Buss. It is Mitch is the problem.

    To bring in an 39 years old player hoping to beat Miami, OKC, or any other team with aging Gasol was just wishful thinking.

    Jeanie, please get a New GM.

    “No regrets,” Kupchak said before the Lakers played the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday. “You have to recognize where you are as a franchise and we felt we had a two-year window, maybe three, to go for a championship and that’s what we did.

    • Jim213

      Agree and disagree with some of your post. Can’t blame FO for making a big move that didn’t pan out (business) but their ineptness to rid themselves of draft picks and not throw in contract clauses that could’ve minimized some of the financial impact doesn’t give the masses confidence with whether they have the right people at the top which involves pros and cons.

      But another questions makes me think if changes within FO (new direction/ideas) is required. Question: On how hard this season has been on him personally.

      “I think it’s been a lot harder on our fans than it’s been on
      me. I take every loss personal, but certain things are out of your
      control. I don’t know what our record would be if everybody was healthy.”

      Yes, it’s out of his control but in the end they’re responsible for the product that’s been placed on the floor. Having a better plan aside of DH (only plan) could’ve changed things somewhat. Have to give the roster credit for hanging in there but in the end it falls on the FO to bring the right acquisitions to make the team competitive (starters).

      Yes, they indicated before the season that they’re buying themselves sometime while waiting for the 2014 off season to make some major moves but even this looks in doubt given their inability to closeout deals. If major moves involving spending $$ well they have about half a budget to work with now.

      But if they expect to make some major trades before the deadline or even next year they have no assets to make a major move next season. IMO, don’t believe FO has a clear direction were they’re heading aside of having Kobe for another two years as insurance or to appease some of the fans for now.

    • hookedonnews

      If you had watched Nash in 2012 you would know why he was brought in. No way anyone could have foreseen the broken leg and the nerve damage from it. It was a freak injury just like the hit the other night on that same spot. Bad luck. Nash wanted the 3 year contract, and they wanted him. The rest is history. When Mitch said no regrets he wasn’t talking about now. He was talking about the original decision. Hindsight is 20/20, but most people were pretty excited about Nash coming to LA when it first went down.

  • Jim213

    Cedric Ceballos, TMZ Sports: On Kobe’s rookie year.

    “We’d make him chase balls into the stands of the huge arenas, or take bags
    off the plane in the freezing cold. Or we’d say, ‘I need coffee from Starbucks and donuts from Krispy Kreme’ — and it’d be 2am in a town we just arrived in.”

    “Even the veterans who are retired: James Worthy, Kareem (Abdul-Jabbar), Wilt Chamberlain… all those guys came down to give him a little bit of rookie hazing, knowing that he was going to be the great player he is.”

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