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Steve Nash Open To Re-Signing With Suns

Steve Nash has repeatedly expressed his desire to remain in Phoenix through the end of the 2011/12 season, when his contract expires. However, it has long been assumed that upon becoming an unrestricted free agent this summer, the two-time MVP would look to sign with a contender. But a recent Associated Press interview (via found Nash expressing a desire to stay with the Suns beyond this season.

According to Nash, two things would have to happen for him to re-sign: first, they would have to offer him a substantial contract, as he indicated that he is not willing to take a pay cut to re-sign; second, Nash wants the team to acquire new players and make a move towards playoff contention.

Nash, 38, will make approximately $11.6MM this season, the final year of a two-year, $22MM contract extension he signed in summer 2009.

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4 thoughts on “Steve Nash Open To Re-Signing With Suns

  1. M3hustler

    there is no way nash should get a large contract. although he is performing well as he has in the past nash cannot keep this up forever. so the question is when will he break down. i bet sooner rather than later.

  2. Amalikbrown

    You cant diminish intelligence and thats what nash brings to the table. Alongside with great court vidion and playmaking abilities, I expect nash to average about 10 pts and 10 assists each of his last years

  3. hehilljr

    Lakers offer him a 15-million a year contract for 3-years! I can see 2-more Rings for Kobe and Nash together with Gasol and Bynum.

    • Joe Black

      The Lakers could sign a point guard out of the D-League and it would be a vast improvement over Fisher.

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