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Suns will offer Nash and he'll leave for ... Canada?

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08:08 AM ET 05.08 | One of the most entertaining and productive players, especially at his age, in the history of the Phoenix franchise may well be done in the Valley of the Sun. All indications in Phoenix are the Suns will make Steve Nash a limited offer and he'll move on. It makes sense as the Suns will have $23 million in salary cap room and they've gone as far as they can go. The Suns were always a player destination, and this will test whether they still are under the frugal Robert Sarver management. Many believe Nash instead of chasing a title with a contender for a lesser salary will go back to Canada and the Raptors for a three-year deal and help bring their young players along.

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May 8, 2012  08:43 AM ET
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Don't do it to yourself, bud. Seriously. Go to Miami and win a damn title, you`ve earned it.

I agree; I just wish it was somewhere other than Miami

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May 8, 2012  09:20 AM ET
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Don't do it to yourself, bud. Seriously. Go to Miami and win a damn title, you`ve earned it.

Why will anyone that respects himself associate himself with Lebron? Sorry Heat fans the friendship is not a championship friendship. I have a feeling the last time they went to the finals will be the last time they went to the finals... Wade is due for another injury.

May 8, 2012  09:29 AM ET

Go West, Bro.

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May 8, 2012  09:48 AM ET

Nash won not 1 but 2 MVPs so he can just chop one of them up because I'm still in a daze he beat out Kobe for one of them. But with that being said he is a good guy so of course a lot of people want to see him win one, but we also know sometimes good guys finish last.

May 8, 2012  10:17 AM ET

He's a great PG and I'd like to see him win a title also, but like Doc said...

If he's earned it, he'd already have one! He's earned nothing of the sort!

May 8, 2012  10:19 AM ET

He's a great PG and I'd like to see him win a title also, but like Doc said...

If he's earned it, he'd already have one! He's earned nothing of the sort!

May 8, 2012  10:27 AM ET
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I have a feeling the last time they went to the finals will be the last time they went to the finals... Wade is due for another injury.

I'm feeling the same thing... Miami id overdue for a major injury.

May 8, 2012  10:29 AM ET

That's weird, I double posted and only hit submit once!


No wonder FN doesn't charge membership fees!

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May 8, 2012  10:32 AM ET
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I'm feeling the same thing... Miami id overdue for a major injury.

It just might be Wade since he know that burden is on his shoulders! He's going to hustle even harder because others on that team stand like cardboard cutouts during the final seconds of close games.

That's why if any of the big gets hurt, it'll be him!

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May 8, 2012  10:49 AM ET

If I were steve, I'll find a way to go to south beach or Thunder. HA ha ha

 
May 8, 2012  10:59 AM ET

Just go to Chicago if you want to mentor a kid and be in the running for 'ship Mr. Nash....

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