Los Angeles Times "One-half of the Lakers' 30-something backcourt returned to action Sunday. But what about Steve Nash? "I don't know," the injury-riddled point guard said several hours before Kobe Bryant played against Toronto. "I had three good days of practice and I could play right now, but we don't really..." December 09
Steve Nash said he hasn't determined when he'll return. D'Antoni think it's "doubtful" he plays Sunday vs. Toronto
Steve Nash said it's "very unlikely" he will play Fri vs. Sac. Nash practiced for 10 minutes today, plans to practice 15 tomorrow
D'Antoni thinks Steve Nash will take part in Lakers practice Tuesday. Not entirely sure, though.
Mike D'Antoni says Lakers plan to touch base w/ Steve Nash tomorrow on how his week of rehab went. Hope is for him to practice this week
Pro Basketball Talk "When the first came out we told you not to buy the “Steve Nash is thinking retirement” rumors. We told you he was a fighter who planned to get back on the court this season and play the next one as well. But don’t take our word for it — take Nash’s. Here is what he said about the retirement..." November 23
I'm hearing Nash's pain is forcing him 2 seriously consider calling it a career. He'd still get $ this yr & next & LA'd get cap relief next
Steve Nash getting some shots up after morning shootaround
CBSSports.com "The Lakers announced Monday night that after meeting with a specialist, point guard Steve Nash will miss two weeks with nerve root irritation. Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash was examined today by back specialist Dr. Robert Watkins, who diagnosed Nash as having nerve root irritation...." November 12
Pro Basketball Talk "You could tell how serious Steve Nash seems to think his back/nerve issue is by his demeanor after the game. Speaking with the media in the hallway he was quiet and appeared deflated. He described himself as emotional and said this was hard to talk about. Nash played just 13 minutes and was..." November 11
Pro Basketball Talk "Steve Nash has outraced Father Time for years, but early this season he seems as if he might finally be getting passed. Nash is meticulous and committed to taking care of his body, but the hours he puts in now are not leading to the same productivity on the court — he is averaging 7.6 points a..." November 09
Steve Nash confirmed he will not play tonight in New Orleans, sticking with the current plan to rest him on back to backs.
Steve Nash doesn't think he's playing tomorrow vs. New Orleans. Second night of a Lakers back-to-back.
ESPN Los Angeles "Steve Nash is still dealing with nerve damage stemming from the fractured left leg that sabotaged his first season with the Los Angeles Lakers, the 39-year-old point guard told reporters Monday. "I'm still extremely optimistic," Nash said, coming off a win against the Atlanta Hawks in which he..." November 04
ESPN.com "In recapping the Los Angeles Lakers' fervent first week of the season that included four games in six days, it's pretty hard to draw any conclusions and feel confident those same observations will ring true in a week or two. Pau Gasol has looked re-energized from a season ago, but then again..." November 04
Steve Nash is another vet who may be traded this year. I've heard Toronto as a possible landing spot for Nash from multiple league sources.
Bleacher Report "As Gregg Popovich well knows, it’s one thing to sit a veteran player, but it is wholly another when it's a close game in the fourth quarter. That's what happened with Steve Nash in the Lakers’ 91-85 loss to Popovich’s Spurs on Friday night. Last season’s Lakers train wreck was already humbling..." November 02
D'Antoni says Steve Nash is back for the San Antonio game
Los Angeles Times "The latest installment was unveiled in the Steve Nash Injury Watch. It's "very possible" the 39-year-old point guard will sit out the second night of season-opening back-to-back games, Lakers Coach Mike D'Antoni said Sunday. Somewhere you can hear Nash's fantasy value drop. More important..." October 29
The Lakers give out their "probable" starters for opening night: Steve Nash, Steve Blake, Nick Young, Shawne Williams & Pau Gasol
ESPN Los Angeles "After giving his 39-year-old body some time to rest during the summer Steve Nash has been walking a fine line all preseason of trying to round into shape without pushing too hard and risk falling back into the cruel injury cycle that sabotaged his first season with the Los Angeles Lakers. With..." October 25
L.A. Daily News "Underneath his inviting personality optimistic outlook and relentless drive to stay healthy Steve Nash has continually faced this preseason an uncomfortable reality. No matter how many practices he misses and treatment he receives the 39-year-old guard has faced what he calls a “day-to-day”..." October 24
Bleacher Report "Kobe Bryant hasn’t even really sprinted. What he has done is gradually build toward a higher speed while running which isn’t nearly as tough a test on his Achilles tendon as exploding from a standstill. He definitely has not done any cutting or tried typical basketball moves yet. It’d be a..." October 23
Mike D'Antoni said he isn't concerned about Steve Nash's ankle injury.
D'Antoni says Nash and Pau will probably be out of the lineup for Saturday's preseason opener but back in Sunday for 2nd game of b2b
LAL Steve Nash to Y! Sports on Kobe's likely return: “I think he will be back some time between the beginning of the season & Thanksgiving.”
Gasol and Nash didn’t practice this morning because they’ll practice tonight. Goal is not to have them do two sessions in one day.
Lake Show Life "Last season the thought of what Steve Nash could do on the Lakers left fans drooling at the mouth. With years of Derek Fisher Smush Parker and Steve Blake fresh on their minds the Lakers weren’t use to a playmaker like Nash who could create so many opportunities for teammates. But his ability to..." August 06
Sportsnet.ca "With Dwight Howard having exited Los Angeles for the lower tax rates in Houston and an aging Kobe Bryant attempting to come back after undergoing Achilles surgery many believe the Lakers will suffer through a miserable 2013-14 season. Canadian point guard Steve Nash believes the Lakers could..." July 31
Pro Basketball Talk "If you know anything about Steve Nash it’s that he is a soccer fanatic. He hosts a summer soccer series that draws big names from basketball and the European football worlds plus he is the co-owner of the Vancouver Whitecaps of the MLS. And now he gets his dream: To try out for Italian..." July 26
ESPN Los Angeles "Steve Nash was pragmatic when looking back at what he described as a "disaster" of a season that led to Dwight Howard announcing last week his departure for the Houston Rockets: Howard never wanted to be a Los Angeles Laker in the first place. "Ultimately, I think Dwight wasn't comfortable here..." July 10
Los Angeles Times "Without the reassuring voice of Jerry Buss, the late Lakers owner whose eleventh-hour phone call prevented Kobe Bryant from going to the Clippers in 2004, the Lakers are turning to two veterans to help keep Dwight Howard in Los Angeles. Bryant and Steve Nash will be part of the Lakers'..." July 01
Pro Basketball Talk "Well, it seemed obvious to the rest of us, too. Steve Nash, at age 39 with a chronically bad back and coming off a broken fibula, didn’t exactly get to take it easy this season. His minutes per game increased to 32.5, up from the season before in Phoenix. When the Lakers were making their push..." June 15
USA Today "Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash said Thursday morning on the witness stand in court that he expects to come back to Arizona after he ends his NBA career. Nash, who spent most of his career with the Phoenix Suns but now leases a home in Manhattan Beach, Calif., said he intends to keep..." May 31
L.A. Daily News "Whenever an NBA team doesn't win a championship, Steve Nash believes it's inevitable changes will happen in the offseason. But the Lakers guard stated in strong terms that he hopes that doesn't involve Dwight Howard. "I'm very hopeful that Dwight will be back," Nash said. "I think this is the..." April 30
Los Angeles Times "Steve Nash couldn't finish the season because of injuries. But the Lakers guard thinks he knows where Dwight Howard should start next season. "I'm very hopeful that Dwight will be back," Nash said Monday. "I think this is the place for him. He's in the prime of his career. He's got his best..." April 29
Nash: "I always work hard ... I don't take a lot of time off." Has no concern about long term issues. Expects to be fully healthy by camp.
No changes to injured Lakers guys: Nash, Blake, World Peace, Meeks and, of course, Kobe all out today.
It's official: No Nash, no Metta World Peace, no Blake, no Meeks for Sunday's Laker game.
ESPN Los Angeles "Get ready for the Darius Morris era, Los Angeles Lakers fans. Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni said Morris, a seldom-used, second-year guard, likely will start Friday's Game 3 against the San Antonio Spurs because of injuries to Steve Blake and Steve Nash. Blake is out indefinitely after an..." April 26
Stave Blake is out indefinitely with a strained hammy. Nash received two epidurals and a cortisone shot and is doubtful. Meeks also doubtful
USA Today "Steve Nash has never been one to shy away from the battle. Especially this time of year. And certainly not against these San Antonio Spurs. A piece of Nash's nose might still be stuck inside the forehead of the Spurs' Tony Parker from their infamous collision in the 2007 playoffs, when the..." April 23
L.A. Daily News "The soreness in Steve Nash's right hamstring won't go away. But he vows that won't keep him off the court. "I just feel fortunate I can play and try to help my team," Nash said. "It's not great. It's not going to be great. But I have to worry about what I can do." Nash discovered he..." April 23
Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni says @stevenash will play in Game 2 vs Spurs on Wednesday.
Los Angeles Times "Steve Nash stared at an unknown point way up high inside AT&T Center, shaking his head and muttering to himself as he went to the sideline for a timeout. Two minutes had barely passed in the third quarter of the Lakers' playoff opener Sunday. He was three for 10 at the time against the San..." April 22
Steve Nash is starting today for Lakers.
L.A. Daily News "After going through full-court contact drills during Saturday's practice, Steve Nash said he will return when the Lakers play today in Game 1 of their first-round matchup against the San Antonio Spurs at AT&T Center. "I plan on playing unless there is a setback between now and then," said Nash,..." April 21
Nash on the court again today at Lakers practice. Looks like he's a go for tomorrow's game vs. San Antonio.
NBC Los Angeles "Friday’s Lakers practice was mayhem. Before doors to the practice court opened, media flowed out of the press room to such as extent that the Toyota Center staff brought out chairs for reporters to sit in the hallway. Seemingly, everyone who had access to a media credential in Los Angeles was..." April 20