Steve Nash's Nerve Issue Has Reportedly Improved This Summer

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Steve Nash’s Nerve Issue Has Reportedly Improved This Summer

The last few years have been difficult for veteran Steve Nash to put together a complete and healthy season. The 40-year-old suffered a broken leg as a result of a nerve issue that held him to just 15 games with the Lakers last season.

According to early reports via Mike Trudell of Lakers.com, Nash has looked good physically in scrimmages,

Consistent word from last several weeks has been how good Nash has looked in scrimmages. Really does change dynamic of LAL if he’s healthy.

The thing that’s kept Nash down for 2 years is the nerve issue (result of broken leg). Word is that’s the issue that’s improved this summer.

The Lakers signed Jeremy Lin this summer as another point guard, assuming they would at least like for him to split time with Nash. The problem is the unpredictability of Nash’s body tenure. Having his effectiveness at least on hand is important for a Laker team that needs extreme production from all of it’s parts to compete in the conference this season.

 

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