Does an upset Steve Nash mean that there is an available Steve Nash?
Bob Baum writes for the AP news that
The trading of Bell especially bothered Nash. “All I can say is that he’s my best buddy and my best friend,” Nash said after the short-handed Suns lost to the Lakers. “The guys loved him, and Boris, too. It’s hard you know. I have a hard time committing to this as a business. I take this personally.”
What does his disappointment mean for him and his future with the Suns? Would we want him? Would we not? Does this emotional outburst make him a less attractive commodity? Is this just Nash venting, and everything will be okay tomorrow? Is Kerr blowing up the Suns? Does anyone even care?
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