One interesting thing about the Brooklyn Nets is that it pairs coaching legend Mike D’Antoni with Steve Nash, once his star player.
Steve Nash has become the Brooklyn Nets’ new head coach. To the surprise of no one, Kevin Durant will be the centerpiece of the team.
Steve Nash is the new coach of the Brooklyn Nets. He takes over one of the most talented rosters in the NBA, headlined by Kevin Durant.
Steve Nash was a talented soccer player growing up, and he almost bailed on basketball to pursue a professional career on the pitch.
Steve Nash was named the head coach of the Brooklyn Nets. His relationship with Kevin Durant may have played a huge role in him becoming the new head coach.
Mark Cuban discussed how his regret of letting Steve Nash go in 2004 fueled the Mavs’ decision to make the Porzingis trade.
Steve Nash earned over $140 million in the NBA, and he used his massive net worth to buy his own soccer team in his home country of Canada.
The 50-40-90 club in the NBA is certainly a special one and it doesn’t have many members.
With RJ Barrett struggling to find his place, his famous godfather, Steve Nash, is trying to preach patience to Knicks fans.
For the last four decades, the NBA has utilized the 3-point line in various ways. It has been a significant factor in shaping the game, which has evolved into being centered on the shot. But has the very existence of the 3-point shot crossed your mind of why the NBA adopted that shot? Here is …
Steve Kerr knows quite a bit about winning on the basketball court. But the Warriors coach thinks aspiring NBA players should focus on another sport.
Foul shots might be the most important shots in basketball. So why is it so hard for an NBA player to average over 90% from the line?
Trae Young and the Atlanta Hawks are off to a good start this season. How much of Young’s early season success is linked to training with Steve Nash?
While many NBA players master the art of the free-throw, none have done so like these players, the best free-throw shooters ever.
Passing is a critical part of basketball. It’s becoming a lost art in the NBA, and the best passers in league history recognize its value.