That plan? “The Nash Rule.”
At least that’s what Hawks head coach Mike Woodson told the Atlanta newspaper.
Two or three years ago, coach Mike Woodson developed what the team calls “the Nash rule” to dictate how it would defend the two-time MVP on the pick-and-roll.
“He dissected people off the pick-and-roll,” Woodson said Thursday. “Nobody knew how to play him, and people still don’t know how to play him. We struggle to play him because he’s so good at it.”
The rule hasn’t seemed to be that effective.
Over the last three seasons, the Suns are 4-1 against the Hawks, and Nash has averaged 19 points and almost 11 assists.
Whatever Woodson’s rule consists of, he should change it before tonight. Everyone knows there is only one rule that can stop Steve Nash .
The Nash Rule: Bust open his face.
Hawks hope "Nash rule" can slow Suns [Atlanta Journal-Constitution ]
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