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PostSubject: Steve Nash   Sat Jan 16, 2010 1:20 pm

Nash is amazing!
AND, selfless to a fault! If he's shoot a lil' more they'd be that much better & rack up more W's.

The guy can shoot/score.
He along with Craig Hodges, Larry Bird, Reggie Miller, Mark Price and ________, are the best shooters all time!

I'll think of his name.

You could add Dell Currey to the list and a few others I can't recall right now.

Whatever happend to Vosheon Leanard? Miami Heat stud shooter, played for Wolves too.
Had an injury, never made it back. A few yrs. back was defending his 3 pt. crown, gained
a ton of wt. I recall Barkley making fun on his for how fat he had gotten! It was so funny.
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PostSubject: Re: Steve Nash   Sun Jan 17, 2010 7:31 pm

Nash the best PG in the game right now. Like I've said before, "Nash has complete control of the game." He is a legend still playing.

The only problem: he's getting old and probably has 3 "good" years left and 5 yrs total before he retires.
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PostSubject: Re: Steve Nash   Sun Jan 17, 2010 10:41 pm

i like nash, but i dont think he's the best pg in the league right now.
top 5...top 3, but not number 1.

my list:

  1. chris paul
  2. rajon rondo
  3. steve nash
  4. deron williams
  5. baron davis

i think thats pretty fair

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PostSubject: shooters?   Sun Jan 17, 2010 10:45 pm

tim legler
glen rice
ray allen
steve kerr
the barrys
dan marjele

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PostSubject: Re: Steve Nash   Mon Jan 18, 2010 4:12 am

onehawaiian wrote:
tim legler
glen rice
ray allen
steve kerr
the barrys
dan marjele

Rice was GREAT.
Yes to Ray Allen
Kerr, oh yah.
Jon & Brent, great shooters. Brent's days in Sonic land reminded be of Pistol Pete. He would gun it!
Thunder Dan! Man he was great too!

Reggie Miller?

Oh yah, Legler was a deadeye, I watched him a lot when he was with the Bullits.

Some more,
Larry Legend
Mark Price
Craig Hodges was deadeye x2, but never got the mins. with Jordan. I still need to read
the book The Jordan Rules, there's some juciey stuff in it. Jordan was upset he was winning
those 3pt. contest, Jordan wanted ALL the attention. LOL.

One more, this guy would sit the entire game, come in...usually when it was too late and try to
get his team back in it.
The great Fred Hoilberg. Dude would come in & drain shots from everywhere!! My dad &
I would be yelling at the tv saying, WHY ISN'T THIS GUY GETTING MORE MINS! Drove us nuts!
He retired early with a heart prob, had surgery....recently became the GM with the Wolves....I think,
he's up there on the ladder I know.
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PostSubject: Re: Steve Nash   Mon Jan 18, 2010 8:10 pm

I would put Nash ahead of Rondo. Rajon is a great PG, but I'd place Nash ahead of him, Nash can shoot/score at will. and he hits his FT's. Rondo does lead the league in stl's, which is a big +. But I would put him third after Paul.
Ha, Nash is deff first in my book.

Isn't Rondo the one who told Paul he would never win the big one? Cocky baller he is. Ha, that's just outright MEAN.
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PostSubject: Re: Steve Nash   Mon Jan 18, 2010 9:17 pm

onehawaiian wrote:

my list:

  1. chris paul
  2. rajon rondo
  3. steve nash
  4. deron williams
  5. baron davis

i think thats pretty fair

my opinion, Steve is better than CP3. just the experience that Steve has, you can see it when he plays he has that command of the game.
he runs plays so easily. but when their career is over, CP3 will have the better game. bc, Chris can flat out ball and if you can give him
the knowledge that Steve has, he'd be the G.O.A.T. ...20pts per, 10+ ast, 3stls, and (IF) wins a championship. easily the best PG.
Stockton #2, since he didn't score as much as CP.

but right now, based solely on playing making and PG duties (not including D), NASH best PG in the NBA right now.

1. Nash
2. CP3
3. Rondizzle
4. J Kidd
5. D Will
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PostSubject: Re: Steve Nash   Mon Jan 18, 2010 9:27 pm

my fave shooters...

Bird
Reggie Miller
Ray Allen
Nash
Chuck Person
Dennis Scott
Tim Legler
Jeff Hornacek
Detlef Schrempf
Steve Kerr
John Paxson
BJ Armstrong

...the best shot/stroke, my vote goes to Ray Allen. It's so smooth, yet mechanical at the same time!
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PostSubject: Art of Shooting   Mon Jan 18, 2010 9:38 pm

sad that Arenas' ego self destructed... could've been a great player. but Ray Allen's portion in this video amazes me...

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PostSubject: Re: Steve Nash   Tue Jan 19, 2010 6:35 pm

I'll have to check out that vid soon. Looks interesting.

DENNIS SCOTT!!! Growing up in Fl I would watch all the Heat/Magic games, and Dennis Scott was
one hell of a shooter! DEADLY from behind the arc. He & Nick Andersen, Shaq, Penny Hardaway. Man, those
were the days. My dad & I came up with a cool nickname for Scott. Dennis "big butt" Scott. hahhaa, dude had a big ol' ass on him. Was a lights out shooter.

Chuck Person aka the Rifleman. His bro Wesley wasn't too bad either.
Guys, what about Mark Price? DEADLY SHOOTER! His bro, Brent wasnt' shabby either.
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