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Tuesday, July 18th, 2006 at 3:42 pm  |  11 responses

Steve Nash is a grunty grunt

Canada’s favorite baller has made another Page Six appearance.

by Sam Rubenstein

I would like to call everyone’s attention to a little NBA item that appeared in Page Six today. The NY Post loves them some Steve Nash. Here’s the sightings excerpt:

STEVE Nash of the Phoenix Suns grunting as celebrity trainers Orion Mims and Jay Wright put him through the paces at Peak Performance Gym on West 21st Street.

NellyNow, this is the third time over the past few months that Mr. MVP has appeared in the world’s most famous gossip column, not to mention his gawker sighting playing pick-up ball. The first time was for a rumored hook-up with Nelly Furtado, and the other was him denying that hook-up. Of course, that rumor was based on a song lyric, which is completely stupid. And now I am arriving at the point of this post.

The song Promiscuous Girl is on top of the pop charts, and the last thing it needs is more promotion. But I’m doing this anyway. That is the song of the summer. Do not talk to me about Young Joc or Rick Ross. I’d heard Promiscuous a few times and was initally like, yeah it’s cool but whatever. Then it just clicked. It came on last night when I was running on a treadmill and I had to speed the machine up to match my new level of intensity.
I was at a party at my friend’s place on Saturday night and the only question I had for people was “Hey is that the truth or are you talking trash? Is your game MVP like Steve Nash?” Expect me to abuse this phrase in the future during any and all MVP discussions. It’s great that the two-time MVP has been immortalized in song. He also once appeared in a Cam’Ron lyric, but it had too many curses and other profanities to mention. Think of this song as the MVP of ’06, just like its muse.

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  • PIMPN

    ste-neezy is working out in NY? he better be working on that back

  • http://slamonline.com Lang Whitaker

    Sam is very outspoken.

  • dkosei2

    What was the Killa rhyme?

  • http://slamonline.com Sam Rubenstein

    The part I can repeat here is “On point like Steve Nash” which is pretty generic.

    It’s on the original Get ‘Em Daddy song, before he changed it into the sandals with jeans thing.

  • O’Neezy

    Wasn’t Nash also mentioned in a B.Siegel lyric? I think it went “short to the point like Nash is”?

  • Stevo

    the best rep was by lil wayne on a sqad up bootleg, something bout joeseph forte.
    brought back the old NCAA memories that make u wanna smack your momma

    battier, j-will(the brownchocolate edition), anyone remember omar cook? dude was straight raining like 6 treys all from nba range in a college somethang game.

    that duke team was something else, and we all thought j will would blow up the league better than CP eva could in his rook year. well j will did blow up, u know…

  • Waxtron

    I’m finna 2nd Lang here, Sam is oh so outspoken today.

  • Homie

    Sam, Nelly and Steve are from the same hometown…hence the shout out to local boy making good…

  • ahbat

    yeah it’s that beanie sigel track “dont stop”….soemthing like “keep 3 shooters like the mavericks, short to the point like nash is”

  • Kdubb

    after watching Steve play back in high school in BC, it is so strange to hear Steve Nash in a Cam’ron lyric.

    Also, what do you think is the most played out NBA player lyric? I think anything involving choking and Latrell Sprewell. That’s just too easy.

    Kdubb

  • Gilbert0

    i can see them together

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