We could devote this slip referring to Kobe Bryant’s successful return from harm or Byron Scott’s old-timey rejection of the three-point shot.
We can touch on the capacity of rookie Julius Randle, the breakout possibilities for Ed Davis or the over/under on”and-1!” Screams per match from Carlos Boozer (it’s 6.5).
But no. No. It is much too soon for that. The grief is still too sore.
Steve Nash–two-time MVP, offensive maestro and Decent dude–is through, according to a report from B/R’s Kevin Ding:
The most up-to-date and possibly last drawback of Steve Nash’s disappointing tenure with the Los Angeles Lakers has come.
Nash has been ruled out to the 2014-15 NBA season due to recurring nerve damage in his back, according to league sources.
Even though all of us saw this coming long ago, the stark reality that one of those game’s most transformative trendsetters is completed does not hurt any less. This is a reduction for the NBA–one mitigated only marginally how far the league gained out of Nash’s offensive genius and entertaining style.
Truthfully, a wholesome Nash would not have made a difference for the Los Angeles Lakers this year–maybe not at age 40 and not for a team that has precisely zero above-average defensive players. L.A. was almost certainly a lottery team in the crowded West until he went , and it is going to remain one without him.
Bummer to the max.
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