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Magic To Pursue Steve Nash?

The rumors continue to pour out of Orlando, though with the Dwight Howard sweepstakes and the All-Star game coinciding, it's hardly surprising.  The Magic have already denied that they were nearing a three team trade involving the Lakers and Raptors.

Now, RealGM's Jarrod Rudolph tweets that multiple sources have told him that Otis Smith will "aggressively pursue" Steve Nash at the trade deadline, presumably in an attempt to keep Howard by showing that they are serious about adding talent around him.  While it's an interesting idea for Orlando, giving up assets for a Nash rental seems pretty risky considering Nash and Howard could both walk at season's end. 

Nash, an unrestricted free agent after the season, already indicated that he would be open to a trade.  Paul Coro from The Arizona Republic tweets that the Suns stance to keep him remains. 

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9 thoughts on “Magic To Pursue Steve Nash?

  1. Tired_OF_FakeRumors

    I think thats a perfect fit for Nash. With him they are a championship caliber team. Plus Florida is a great place for veteran players, near Disney wich is good for the family.

    • Oylicp

      steve is 2 old & 2 slow defensively and the teams he go 2 do get better but he can not win the big one

      • Grammar Nazi

        @Oylicp: Learn TO speak proper English TO get your point across or no one will respect your opinion.

      • bobzilla

        Nash has always been too slow on defense, but that doesn’t hurt too much in Orlando where Howard is there to take care of the paint. It would be a great move for the Magic, even if only for one half a season.

    • Sehand

      And when he retires, he won’t have far to go. heh heh.

  2. jwsox

    if the magic are truly going to get nash, good fit if you ask me…what do they do with nelson? trade him to the lakers for meta???

  3. Dgatorr

    at 39 yrs old nash is not worth the 11 mil a year he wants !

    • Mohammed Grimzley

      an all star performing at an MVP level….think about that….

  4. Bobbito

    They really think they’re going to keep their star player around for another 5 or 6 years, because they add a player who might play another 2 years?

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