Steve Nash Eye: Why He’s Really a Hockey Player in Shorts (with Video)

May 10th, 2010 by Tim Wood Leave a reply »
Some players need a wake-up call to perform at their highest level. Suns point guard Steve Nash seems to react best to the wake-up elbow in the eye. Nash took a Tim Duncan elbow to the eye with 5:47 to go in the third quarter in Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals. Six stitches later, he returned to score 12 of his 20 points in the fourth to lead the Suns to a four-game sweep of the Spurs, their first series win over their dreaded nemesis. This isn't the first time Nash has taken an injury that would sideline other wimpier ballers for games after. It's no coincidence that Nash is a Canadian. He's already got the greasy shoulder length hair that makes him look like he just scored the winning goal in triple overtime. Let's take a look at some of Nash's finer moments and how they compare to the typical hockey players' night. Begin Slideshow


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