NBA Trade Rumors: Steve Nash Back to Dallas Would Bring Repeat Title
Nash's biggest mistake.
Nevertheless, Nash has been one of the most loyal players in the NBA for many years. Never has he demanded a trade, never has he stirred up trouble. He simple goes out and produces every game. No matter what players surround him, he gets his job done and he gets it done well.
Recently selected to the all-star game at age 38, Nash is still one of the best point guards in the league. It's about time he play for a contender, don't you think?
It's no secret that him and Dirk are pretty good friends and there is no doubt in my mind that they wish they would have stayed together.
Well, Steve Nash will be a free agent this summer and, despite his age, has showed no signs of slowing down. Although the Mavericks are in the hunt for both Dwight Howard and Deron Williams, the duo of Nash and Dirk is not too shabby.
The Mavs lost a lot last year, including defensive stopper DeShawn Stevenson and their big man in the middle, Tyson Chandler.
Would Nash to the Mavericks make them your favorite coming out the West?
They've got an injury-riddled and aging Jason Kidd starting at the point guard position and, unlike Nash, his age is starting to show.
However, adding Nash to the core of Nowitzki, Terry, and Marion would be deadly. A pick and roll consisting of Nash and Nowitzki is a deadly one.
We still see Nash pick teams apart with his passing as a Sun, imagine what he could with much more talent around him? Put Lamar Odom back in the mix and the Mavericks are right back in it.
Nash just makes the game easier. He takes pressure off his teammates with his ball-handling abilities and court vision. He has one of the purest jump shots the NBA has ever seen, and is one of the craftiest players to play the sport. Nash is a game-changer.
Don't count those Mavericks out just yet, we all know Mark Cuban always has something up his sleeve and will do whatever it takes to return to the finals. Don't be surprised if you see the Mavericks making a lot of moves this offseason.
Steve Nash to Dallas would put them right back up there with the elite teams in the league, and this wouldn't even mean that the Mavericks were out of the Howard/Williams sweepstakes.
Super team forming in Dallas? I wouldn't be surprised. And at the end of the day, the best teams are the ones with a formidable point guard.
Nash is still a great point guard. League beware.
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