Steve Nash has yet to figure out where he will go as an unrestricted free agent this summer, but for what it’s worth, Nash says the Knicks have a better shot at landing his services than the Nets would. From Yahoo! Sports: “Nash is expected to be courted by the Phoenix Suns, New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets, Toronto Raptors and Dallas Mavericks, league sources said. The Knicks already hope to re-sign restricted free agent point guard Jeremy Lin. Nash said Lin’s presence won’t keep him from considering the Knicks. The Knicks, however, are over the salary cap and could need a sign-and-trade with the Suns to land Nash. When asked if the Knicks or Nets were a better option, Nash said: ‘Right now the Knicks. Maybe in the few years the Nets.’ The Nets have salary-cap space to sign Nash and keep Deron Williams. The Nets would welcome the two point guards playing together, a league source said. Nash and Nets coach Avery Johnson are former teammates. Nash also is intrigued by the Nets’ new arena and their move to Brooklyn. [...] ‘Phoenix has been home for 10 years,’ Nash said. ‘It’s a very important place for me. I’m a Phoenix Sun. I still am to this day. It’s definitely still possible. We’ll see what happens.’ A native of Vancouver, British Columbia, Nash was recently named general manager of Canada’s national team. He called the possibility of playing in his home country for the Raptors ‘exciting.’”