Tuesday, December 21st, 2010 at 8:30 am  |  8 responses

Polladaday: Nash Trade?

After the Suns-Magic deal, many are speculating that Steve Nash will be shipped after he demands a trade or Phoenix looks to rebuild. Do you think Nash’s time in Phoenix is coming to an end?

Is Steve Nash on his way out?

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  • http://masterx1983@hotmail.com marchalmadness

    i think no, but if he wants to win anything like a championship he’d better demand a trade!

  • PapaBearATL

    Please go to Atlanta! Mike Bibby is done! Streaky at best and maybe the slowest PG in the league and doesn’t have a clue when it comes to defense! Nash + Hawks current rost = ECC! It’s just a dream but, a semi-realistic one…

  • Jose

    He won’t leave, I feel nash is committed to phx and vice versa…it’s hard to see him ask for a trade

  • price

    It’s kind of his fault for signing an extension. He could have waited to check out his options. Even if Amare stayed, the suns would have still made the playoffs but knocked out in the first or second round.

  • http://www.twitter.com/jtrain73 Jono

    Still can’t believe this dude won 2 MVPs with Kobe/Shaq/KG winning only 1 each.

  • http://slamonline.com The Black Rick Kamla

    lol @ how many people are in denial about this

  • http://www.need4sheed.com Tarzan Cooper

    The funniest part is his quote the other day. Something similar to: ‘i signed the extention to play with the guys here, some of the guys here, some of the guys that used to be here’. Meaning: amare. ………… Im excited to see what the polish hammer can do with lots of minutes.

  • http://www.triplejunearthed.com/dacre Dacre

    I’m warming up a spot for a new Steve Nash Jersey, watch this spot for whichever team I’ll have to follow soon.
    Jono – Wake up and smell the votes. He got the 2 MVPs… End. Of. Story.
    Whats really a problem – Neither the Polish Hammer, Vince Carter or Josh Childress are happy about playing in Phoenix. I think we are witnessing the final death throws of an era.