What can be said about Steve Nash that hasn't already been said?
Amar'e Stoudemire calls Nash "Two-Time" thanks to his back-to-back Most Valuable Player awards. While there is a fair amount of subjectivity in choosing the league's MVP, Steve Nash is no slouch on the floor.
This year, one in which Nash should have been on the decline, the Phoenix Suns found themselves facing off with the Lakers in the Western Conference Finals. After surviving a terrible stretch in the middle of the season, a damaged eye in the second round, and a broken nose in the conference finals, Nash failed to survive his own words' powers in Game Six. This, however, doesn't stop Nash from claiming his place on top of the game.
His shooting, passing, efficiency, leadership and effect on his team's performance is beyond debate. This year's Skills Challenge allowed Nash to show the world exactly what he's working with.
The problem with Nash, though, is his dedication to defense. As flawed as either his defense or his motivation to commit to defense may be, he more than compensates with his offensive abilities in a Phoenix system tailor-made for him.
This man, folks, is the best point guard in the NBA.