Steve nash: fired, black baby, diet, can dunk

Stephen John Nash OC OBC is a Canadian professional basketball coach and former player who is the head coach of the Brooklyn Nets of NBA.

Steve nash: fired, black baby, diet, can dunk

He played 18 seasons in the NBA, where he was an eight-time All-Star and a seven-time All-NBA selection. Nash was a two-time NBA Most Valuable Player while playing for the Phoenix Suns.

Steve nash: fired, black baby, diet, can dunk

Personal information
Born 7 February 1974 (age 48)
Johannesburg, South Africa
Nationality Canadian
Listed height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Listed weight 178 lb (81 kg)

After a successful high school basketball career in British Columbia, Nash earned a scholarship to Santa Clara University in California.

In his four seasons with the Broncos, the team made three NCAA Tournament appearances, and he was twice named the West Coast Conference (WCC) Player of the Year.

Nash graduated from Santa Clara as the team’s all-time leader in assists and was taken as the 15th pick in the 1996 NBA draft by the Phoenix Suns.


FS1 radio host Colin Cowherd thinks one NBA coach won’t be back with their team next year; but it’s not necessarily a bad thing. 

Taking to Twitter during a pivotal Game 3 in Brooklyn, Uncle Colin tossed out his prediction:

“Steve Nash will probably be the happiest coach that’s ever been fired.”

Nash’s first head coaching job has been anything but easy.

Between the James Harden fallout, Kyrie Irving’s vaccination status, Kevin Durant’s injuries and the Ben Simmons trade that hasn’t seen him touch the floor yet; Nash has had to juggle a lot over his short time in Brooklyn.

There haven’t been any rumblings yet that Nash will lose his job. But when two of the most talented players in the NBA are on your squad and you may not even make it out of the first round, seats start to heat up.

Granted a lot of these things aren’t in Nash’s control.

Steve nash black baby 

In the midst of the Steve Nash baby daddy drama, his ex-wife Alejandra Nash said in an interview given weeks after the baby was born that baby Matteo was planned.

Phoenix Suns star Steve Nash announced plans to divorce his wife of five years just one day after the birth of their third child, surprising many fans.

Rumors shortly followed saying that Nash had suspected his wife of five years to be cheating on him — and those rumors were confirmed once the baby was born.

She had allegedly been cheating with Suns teammate Jason Richardson — who was quickly traded to Orlando in December.

Nash has only made one statement on the matter, which he released to Life & Style magazine shortly after announcing his divorce.

Steve Nash diet 

On twitter (follow me @brianmccormick), Steve Nash linked to his diet on facebook. Supposedly Jared Dudley asked Grant Hill and Steve Nash for advice on longevity, and now the Steve Nash Diet is a fad racing across America.

His advice is fairly self-explanatory and nothing extraordinary:

  • Breakfast. Gluten and wheat free cereal, sliced almonds and almond or rice milk. (If you don’t have the sensitivities I have look for a high fiber cereal. At least 4 grams of fiber.) I will also have a whole fruit smoothie or an apple, banana or orange. Green tea.

Steve nash: fired, black baby, diet, can dunk

  • Lunch. A salad with grilled chicken or fish, vegetables, raw nuts and dried fruit. I will also have fruit afterwards.
  • Dinner. Grilled or baked fish or chicken with vegetables. Sometimes I’ll have brown rice.
  • Again, plan ahead. If you get hungry between meals have a plan… My snack foods are dried fruit, whole almonds or whole cashews. All natural, raw foods energy bars. Raw vegetables like carrots and celery. Whole fruit or whole fruit smoothies.

Can dunk 

Not being able to dunk hasn’t hindered Steve Nash at all during a 17-year NBA career. Nash managed to win back-to-back MVP awards with the Phoenix Suns in 2005 and 2006.

The eight-time All-Star is still chasing his first championship (something the 2012-13 Los Angeles Lakers probably can’t provide), but he’s put together a masterful career regardless of his ring count.

There is footage of Nash “dunking” on a practice court while in college at Santa Clara, which got morphed into this clever NBA commercial, but it’s truly a weak attempt.

As the top YouTube comment on the video says, “Eh, let’s just call that a difficult layup.”

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