2-Time MVP Steve Nash’s Top 13 Plays with the Suns are Unbelievable

Steve Nash was unbelievable, no other one like him in the NBA today. 

Looking back: No one can dip the fries in a hot sauce like Steve Nash. The charm, the skill and the personality that is what the two-time former MVP brought to the association during his illustrious 19 years in the NBA.
Steve Nash was born in Johannesburg in South Africa but was probably raised in Canada as he has been regarded as one of the first truly great Canadian basketball player. Now at 43, Steve is part of the Golden State Warriors development team and he may have helped Stephen Curry in one way or another.
Steve Nash has amassed a number of accomplishments in the NBA from NBA all-start to MVP to being honored with the Suns Ring of Honor that as of today has been given to only 16 people in total. Nash was a tremendous athlete although he failed to capture a championship ring he is still one of the greatest that ever played the game.
Let’s look back at some of the fanciest Steve Nash moves while he was playing with the Suns.

NBA’s Top 5 Greatest Point Guards of All Time

Point Guards are the vital cogs of every plays that the coach have in their mind. And they are the one acting as a leader in the court. Point Guards are also know now as the Court Generals. And with this, we will ranked the Top 5 Greatest Point Guards in NBA History that raised the level of skills of being a point guard.

1. Magic Johnson – Los Angeles Lakers (1979-91, 1995-96)

Three-time MVP (1986-87, 1988-89, 1989-90), three-time Finals MVP, 12-time All-Star, 10-time All-NBA selection, Hall of Fame
5 (1980, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988)
Career stats
19.5 PPG, 7.2 RPG, 11.2 APG, .520 FG%

2. Oscar Robertson – Cincinnati Royals (1960-70), Milwaukee Bucks (1970-74)
MVP (1963-64), 12-time All-Star, 11-time All-NBA selection, Rookie of the Year (1960-61), Hall of Fame
1 (1971)
Career stats
25.7 PPG, 7.5 RPG, 9.5 APG, .485 FG%

3. Isiah Thomas – Detroit Pistons (1981-94)
Finals MVP, 12-time All-Star, five-time All-NBA selection, Hall of Fame
2 (1989, 1990)
Career stats
19.2 PPG, 3.6 RPG, 9.3 APG, 1.9 SPG

4. John Stockton – Utah Jazz (1984-2003)
10-time All-Star, 11-time All-NBA selection, five-time All-D selection, Hall of Fame
Career stats
13.1 PPG, 10.5 APG, 2.2 SPG, .384 3P%

5. Steve Nash – Phoenix Suns (1996-98, 2004-12), Dallas Mavericks (1998-2004), Los Angeles Lakers (2012-15)
Two-time MVP (2004-05, 2005-06), eight-time All-Star, seven-time All-NBA selection
Career stats
14.3 PPG, 3.0 RPG, 8.5 APG, .428 3P%

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Top 5 Greatest Point Guards of All-Time


Point Guard, the most specialized role in the game Basketball, because they are the one who starts the team’s offense. They create scoring opportunities, handles the ball, sets up plays and controls the tempo of the game, and they’re the one who is responsible for the team’s successful offense. Leadership, is the key to be a great point guard, and it is the attitude that these players shown using decision-making and passing ability.

          Check out this list of the greatest point guards of all time:

5. Steve Nash

           Despite not getting a championship, Steve Nash will be remembered for his leadership. With his crafty passing skills, setting up teammates for an easy basket inside or a wide open shot outside and his tremendous shooting, Nash was able to win the NBA MVP for a consecutive season (2005, 2006). Even with his poor defense, he seems to recover on offense and be one of the greatest floor generals in the NBA history.

NBA Career Statistics:

  • Points – 17,387 (14.3 ppg)
  • Rebounds – 3,642 (3.0 rpg)
  • Assists – 10,335 (8.5 apg)


4. John Stockton

           Utah Jazz’s greatest point guard, a floor general, holds the NBA  records for most career assists with 15,806 and most career steals with 3,265 because of his great court vision, passing skills, open court play and his active hands. He was also a great finisher, attacking the basket, and a pick-and-roll maestro with the help of Karl Malone for an easy basket inside or a three pointer.
          Even though he didn’t win a championship, because of the Bulls led by Jordan, his greatness is known and regarded as one of the greatest players to ever play the game.

NBA Career Statistics:

  • Points – 19,711 (13.1 ppg)
  • Assists – 15,806 (10.5 apg)
  • Steals –  3,265 (2.2 spg)


3. Isiah Thomas

          The leader of the ”Piston Bad Boys”, Isiah Thomas, was known for his toughness, fearlessly hustle game and hard work on the court. Thomas also excelled in his great finishes inside and setting up teammates for a basket using his passing skills.
          Thomas was able to win championships for a two consecutive seasons (1989, 1990), and he ranks fifth in assists and ninth in steals in the league history.

NBA Career Statistics:

  •  Points – 18,822 (19.2 ppg)
  • Assists – 9,061 (9.3 apg)
  • Steals – 1,861 (1.9 spg)


2. Oscar Robertson

          In Robertson’s era, he was an unstoppable at his position, his physical game and court mentality made him one of the greatest point guards of all time. Mr. Triple Double, the only player to average a triple double in a season, won one NBA MVP and brought the Buck their only championship (1971).

NBA Career Statistics:

  • Points – 26,710 (25.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds – 7,804 (7.5 rpg)
  • Assists – 9,887 (9.5 apg)


1. Magic Johnson 

          The greatest point guard of all time, and one of the greatest players of all-time in the NBA history, a five time NBA Champion (1980, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988), three times NBA Finals MVP (1980, 1982, 1987) and three times NBA MVP (1987, 1989, 1990) was really a great player, proven by his overall play, that he can play all the positions in the game comfortably. His great passing, open court plays, and his scoring abilities made him dominated the position and be called a “Point God”.
NBA Career Statistics:
  • Points – 17,707 (19.5 ppg)
  • Rebounds – 6,559 (7.2 rpg)
  • Assists – 10,141 (11.2 apg)



Steve Nash in talks to be a part-time consultant for Warriors

Two-time MVP Steve Nash is in advanced negotiations to join the Golden State Warriors as a part-time player development consultant, according to league sources.

Nash has been lobbied aggressively by Warriors coach Steve Kerr and team president Rick Welts to spend a few days per month with the team to work on skills with individual players.

The parties are in the process of finalizing a deal that essentially will make Nash an occasional tutor to the Golden State guards. Kerr, Welts and current Warriors player development coach Bruce Fraser — all of whom worked closely with the 41-year-old Nash when he was playing in Phoenix — are among Nash’s closest friends in the league and ultimately persuaded him to consider joining the NBA reigning champions as a part-timer.

Steve Nash funny new endorsement

Steve Nash is a very good basketball player and no one will argue about that but we there is something more in him that we cant deny he has. Steve Nash is freaking funny and he will for sure have a career in acting or broadcasting after his basketball years which I think will be anytime soon. He is old!
The corn chopper!, don’t try this at home, hahaha!

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Fractured nose won’t stop Nash

Steve Nash has a small nasal fracture but says he doesn’t expect it to be a problem for him in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals.
The Phoenix playmaker was hurt in a fourth-quarter collision with Derek Fisher in the Suns’ 118-109 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday night.
He spoke briefly with reporters after practice on Monday before leaving to have the nose put back in place by a specialist. The official diagnosis was a “minimally displaced nasal fracture with displaced cartilage.”
Nash played the fourth quarter of Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals with his right eye swollen shut after taking an inadvertent elbow from San Antonio’s Tim Duncan.