Steve Nash Set to Appear on ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’

In his first appearance on a late-night talk show since being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, Steve Nash will be a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Tuesday night. Avid Lakers fan and movie star Justin Timberlake will also appear on the show with Nash and will most likely be put on the spot for possibly becoming a part owner of the Memphis Grizzlies while having an obvious love for the Lakers.

As arguably one of the biggest personalities on the revamped roster of the Los Angeles Lakers, the two-time NBA MVP will almost certainly be seen almost as much off the court as he will on of it. Nash will definitely be doing many different things in the Los Angeles community as well as making a name for himself in the entertainment industry.

Much like fellow teammates Metta World Peace and Dwight Howard, Nash loves to be in front of the camera, whether it’s doing movie parodies for his segment Nash, Camera, Action! on the NOC YouTube channel or promoting products in a style all his own with the likes of the L.A. Galaxy’s Landon Donovan:

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Nash also made an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman back in 2009:

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