Testicular Fortitude: Why Steve Nash Will Never Be The NBA’s True MVP

November 13th, 2009 by Harrison Moore Leave a reply »

First and foremost, an MVP is a leader.

There are many different ways in which one can be a leader. Some leaders are more emotional than others, others are more maintained than some, but there are universal traits which are apparent in every true leader, the first of which is accountability.

True leaders hold their teams accountable for their play, not make excuses for extenuating circumstances outside of it.

Unfortunately, Steve Nash didn’t get the memo.

After being routed by Los Angeles yesterday night, Nash said in his post game interview “We were a tired team. We missed a lot of easy shots that we normally knock down. It's been a tough stretch for us and I'm glad it's over.”

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