In an ironic turn for Suns fans, Steve Nash is once again being listed as a “Maverick.” Thankfully, it’s only for his directorial debut at this month’s Toronto Film Festival. [Read more...]
No stranger to philanthropic efforts, Steve Nash is nominated in the celebrity category of VH1′s “Do Something Awards,” a TV special honoring young people’s commitment to social change that airs July 19. Here’s your chance to vote for the All-Star point guard who, according to DoSomething.VH1.com, “leads the assist for low-income and at-risk kids to access to high-quality early learning in the US, and provides critical needs health services to children in Paraguay. Hosted the Showdown in Chinatown, a charity Soccer Game in New York City and gave away autographed shoes in support of Educare Arizona.” [Read more...]
Even during the busy postseason, Suns guard Steve Nash still finds ways to make time for a good cause. [Read more...]
Alright, Suns fans, here’s another chance for you to add to Steve Nash’s trophy case. Voting is now open for AZCentral.com’s “2010 Readers’ Choice” Awards, and, understandibly so, the All-Star point guard is among those nominated for the Valley’s “Best Sports Figure” category. [Read more...]
While Steve Nash and Co. were busy turning the tables on that 18-game TNT losing streak, Brian Ray Siefken and Krysta Manzanarez were pretty much like all the other Suns fans who were tuned into the January 28 game vs. the Mavericks.
The difference? The couple was also welcoming a new bundle of joy into the world at the same time. [Read more...]
Check out the February issue of Fast Company magazine for writer Chuck Salter’s article on Steve Nash’s non-basketball business interests, which include a little bit of everything these days. [Read more...]
Before this Saturday’s 5 p.m. road game in Charlotte, head over to Turf Paradise for the annual running of the Cotton Fitzsimmons Mile – a stakes race named in honor of the late Suns Ring of Honor coaching great who was an avid horse-racing fan and a frequent patron of the racetrack. [Read more...]
For a team that obviously loves playing at home, the Suns have certainly spent enough time away from there this season.
Expect that trend to change… well, after yet one more road trip, anyway.
Sunday’s 116-94 loss in Monterrey, Mexico, may have understandably left the now 3-3 preseason Suns disappointed, but the nearly 10,000 fans in attendance at Arena Monterrey were hard pressed to not find something to enjoy in this game. [Read more...]