Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Steve Nash Game Winner

  • MILWAUKEE -- Steve Nash hit a driving layup with 5 seconds left, giving the Phoenix Suns a 107-105 victory over Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday night. Nash, who also celebrated his 38th birthday Tuesday, had 18 points and 11 assists.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • MILWAUKEE -- What a way for Steve Nash to celebrate his 38th birthday. It wasnt a bad homecoming for Michael Redd, either.
  • (Dubuque Telegraph Herald)
  • Phoenix Suns superstar Steve Nash and his sponsor vitaminwater think the "Corn Chopper" is his entree into the games as a snowboarder You can vote for the real winner at ESPN.
  • (Tucson Citizen)
  • The only solace to another horrific Garden evening is maybe Steve Nash the court after the game. Maybe Stoudemire was begging Nash to come this summer. "It's not fun,'' slump-ridden Stoudemire said.
  • (New York Post)
  • Fans were treated to a wide-open, no-hitting style in a game that featured plenty of nifty passing plays, numerous odd-man breaks and even a penalty shot awarded to Steven Stamkos Star hat trick since Rick Nash had three goals in 2008.
  • (South Coast Today)
  • Tony Parker had never looked so much like Steve Nash, had he? Parker laughed Even on one of his best nights — even with Duncan tossing in the game-winner — the Spurs had to hold on to beat the worst team in the Western Conference.
  • (MySanAntonio)
  • Shout to Steve Nash, controlling the game at 38 years old, at the speedster position during No Best shooter in Laker history? No Best rebounder? Best winner? Most competitive? Phuck no.
  • (Dime Magazine)
  • Jerryd Bayless and Kleiza both had a season-high 30 points for Toronto. SUNS 99, HAWKS 90 At Atlanta, Steve Nash scored 24 points as Phoenix broke open a close game with a 24-6 run to close the third quarter and beat Atlanta.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Those in favor of Dallas say that it should be chosen because no major stadiums would have to be built for the games. As reported by Olympic news Consultants Excellence in Healthcare award winner for Patient Perception and Overall Quality of Care.
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