Michael Hamilton and the good folks over at NASH The Documentary have teamed up with Lakers Nation to provide you, the reader, an opportunity to win some signed gear by Steve Nash.
Hamilton has started a Kickstarter campaign to help fund Nash The Documentary. NASH is a film that will explore not just everything that Nash has been able to do in his illustrious NBA career, but also the person he is off the court. The documentary will take an in-depth look at Nash’s personal life as a father, humanitarian and film maker. Nash will feature interviews from some of Hollywood’s biggest musicians and actors as well as an interview with President Barack Obama. Below is an excerpt from the Kickstarter page:
Steve Nash has become a global name and he is receiving more attention than ever before, however, this NBA MVP remains grounded, truly humble and never complacent. Growing up in Canada with a family that instilled values and a solid foundation that all kids deserve, has grounded this international celebrity. When you are a child your future resembles a blank canvas and you are afforded the right to determine what colors and strokes of the brush you will use in order to paint your masterpiece. In Steve’s case sport was his brush and basketball his primary colors. At an early age he decided that’s what his passion and goals were, to play professional basketball in the most coveted league in the world. Every part of him, every ounce of his being was fueled to satisfy that goal.
As a reader of Lakers Nation, you will be given an opportunity to get a first look at parts of interviews from celebrities like Snoop Dogg and Owen Wilson as well as the opportunity to win a signed photo and signed basketball from Nash himself, all thanks to the wonderful people at NASH The Documentary. Be sure to go check out the Kickstarter campaign here, and support if you believe in the project have the means to do so. Our first contest will begin on Monday, to be sure to check back on our Lakers Nation Facebook page and Twitter account for details.