Somehow, this is all Pau's fault.
Nash's Health (Pg. 23 - Still 2-3 weeks from being evaluated)
Posted November 07, 2013 - 08:34 AM
Also back issues, neck issues, and leg issues. Am I missing anything else here?
Might as well add the hamstring issue
Posted November 07, 2013 - 08:49 AM
Yeah, I feel terrible for him. I really wanted him to get a ring, and I was ecstatic last year when I found out he was coming to the Lakers. He's still working hard I can always see him sitting/laying down stretching during the games.
Hopefully some miracle happens and he finds the fountain of youth...D:
Posted November 07, 2013 - 08:55 AM
We could always attempt to somehow steal or buy-out the Phoenix Suns miracle wonders medical staff.
What did they even do to keep Nash healthy? I thought Nash would have memorized all of their tricks by now. xD
Posted November 07, 2013 - 09:06 AM
^ It's no myth. They've got that reputation for a reason. Wasn't just Nash, remember Shaq? Grant Hill stayed the healthiest he had ever been in years as well when he was there. They're specifically said to be among the most technoligically advanced in their methods, if not the most. Here's a good article on it:
“They’re geniuses about this kind of stuff, so they’re like, ‘Oh yeah, this isn’t working, that’s why this is,’” Frye said. “Just so, so technical it’s ridiculous.”
The Suns’ training staff has earned a reputation as the league’s best thanks to an unorthodox style focused on preventing injuries through constant surveillance and integrating the latest medical research.
“They’re by far the best training staff,” Frye said. “You can ask anybody who’s played here. It’s just the honest truth.”
Read more: http://valleyofthesu.../#ixzz2jyqMAEBD
Posted November 07, 2013 - 09:24 AM
Oh I know, I've heard about it. And you could really tell the difference it made once Nash came to the Lakers.
I haven't read the entire article, but I skimmed through it. It seems like the staff is an active approach, readily asking their players how they're feeling, glancing at all kinds of movements, etc.
I suppose Nash is just stretching/icing/etc here in LA.
Posted November 07, 2013 - 09:59 AM
I think that was Majesty (no offense).
I think they both did, but then want us minions to conveniently forget those bold (and bad) predictions a few weeks later. Volume of posts and length of each post do not = credibility.
Posted November 10, 2013 - 05:11 AM
I have no problem with what we gave up for Nash. I have a problem with the 3 years. 2 but damn sure not 3.
Posted November 10, 2013 - 08:21 PM
As much as fans are frustrated with Nash, it's definitely sad to see a great player and career end in this type of decline. I know fans are always saying to "retire" or that we should trade him, but basketball is their career and you never want to see anyone go out this way.
Hope for the best with the back specialist tomorrow.
Posted November 10, 2013 - 08:36 PM
He should retire. I can't see him like this
Mike D'Antoni is GARBAGE.
Posted November 10, 2013 - 08:54 PM
I think it's time unfortunately. I wish he could've went out a better way, but I really don't see him ever being half as good as he once was on a consistent basis.
Posted November 10, 2013 - 08:57 PM
This is the specialist that Dwight Howard saw about his back. Not good.
he is just a back specialist for very rich athletes.
Nash's back has been an issue and in know way can u say, this is a BIG problem because of the doctor he's visiting
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