Steve Nash Keeps Free-Agency Options Open

Current Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash will be a coveted free-agent come July 1st and all signs point to him leaving the franchise. Nash won two league MVPs with the Suns and made them into title contenders during the middle of the decade.

Nash admitted that he would like to join a championship quality team, and as his career comes to an end, Nash will keep his options completely open, ESPN New York.

“It sounds like a company line, but my situation really right now is I’m open to everything and I will definitely look at every situation that comes my way on Sunday, and I’m not going to close myself to any opportunities.”

Many teams will go after Nash this summer with the New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat being the most popular names. Although Nash is in his late-thirties, he can surely help any team he goes to.

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