And with good reason.
Wherever Nash has played, he has made the players around him better. It also helped that he was able to play with Dirk Nowitzki in Dallas and Amar'e Stoudemire in Phoenix.
Now, he has Kobe Bryant in L.A., and he is in the best position he's ever been to winning his first NBA championship.
Nash is a professional on and off the court. His ability to run the floor and be the ultimate playmaker has solidified his reputation as one of the best visions in the league.
Even though the two-time MVP is 38, his skills are still far more superior to nearly every other point guard in the NBA. Here are some of the exciting plays Nash will be executing in Los Angeles.