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VIDEO: Steve Nash Deals With An Uncertain Future In “The Finish Line” Reviewed by Momizat on . [new_royalslider id="135"] Last season was rough for veteran point guard Steve Nash as he suffered arguably the worst injury of his career and struggled to reco [new_royalslider id="135"] Last season was rough for veteran point guard Steve Nash as he suffered arguably the worst injury of his career and struggled to reco Rating: 0
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VIDEO: Steve Nash Deals With An Uncertain Future In “The Finish Line”

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Last season was rough for veteran point guard Steve Nash as he suffered arguably the worst injury of his career and struggled to recover while trying to adjust to a different surrounding in Los Angeles. After a rigorous off-season dedicated to get back to form, Nash showed signs of promise of reclaiming that All-Star level of play, but it was long before the persistent injury problems began to flare up once again.

As a result of nerve issues in his back, the two-time NBA MVP appears to be closer to retirement than ever. Although the writing seems to be on the wall for the future Hall of Famer, Nash remains reluctant to call it a career before his contract expires with the Lakers after next season.

With Nash continuing to deal with the nerve issues after finally returning to the floor for the Lakers following an almost three-month absence, many believe it is over and it is finally time to announce his retirement.

Nash, as expected, refuses to let his body get the best of him. The veteran guard talks about his battle with injuries over the past two years and dealing with talk of his basketball career coming to an end in this video from Grantland.com called The Finish Line:

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  • LakersHeatBeef

    Tough guy with a bad assortment of nagging injuries.Father time is undefeated.

  • LakersHeatBeef

    Sad days for Nash.

  • hookedonnews

    When you watch those videos and then read comments about Nash being selfish, in it for the money, etc. it just makes you shake your head. No player I respect any more than I respect Steve Nash. I hope he can get past this latest setback and play the rest of the year. Tough to watch someone fight so hard and then be disrespected.

    • Jim213

      True, but the ones fans should get on is FO, who have the control and final say. Even if Nash gets stretch provisioned he’ll still get paid the $9 mil. Don’t matter if Nash returns this season b/c there’s no post season but it’s a different story come next season (no diss on Nash) which falls on FO.

      • hookedonnews

        He was going to get that money in any case. He knows they might waive him next season and understands.

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