Can you remember a historical precedence like four guys in their prime together?
“Off the top of your head, you think it’s pretty unprecedented. There’s some backlash on this, but it was the best option.
DP: Give me a soccer athlete who you could see playing basketball. DP: And of course, Gandhi was shaving his head long before Jordan did.
DP: Are you a soccer fan more than you are a basketball fan? But if I were to pick a favorite, I'd say Argentina right now looks pretty good. I think the honesty he showed proved he actually did have some respect for himself, a considerable amount.
But it’s a hard thing to do when you have habits and you’ve played a certain way.
All NBA players, especially the great ones, they need a healthy ego. But if there were ever four All-Stars that could find a way to do it, it’s these guys.” You mentioned the collection of riches.
(Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group) Two-time MVP Steve Nash has attended three consecutive Warriors practices, working primarily with Kevin Durant when the doors have been open to the media.
Nash signed on as a player development consultant last season. And after Wednesday’s practice, he met with reporters for about eight minutes to discuss Durant’s integration, Klay Thompson’s skill set and the expectations for the Warriors this season.
You know, it's tough with the size that basketball athletes bring to the table; they bring a new factor into the equation.
DP: This team isn't scaring anybody, you know that. I don't know if you look at soccer players and say they're better. SN: Yeah, I think I can make a lot better argument for them, but I don't know if I can say they're better. SN: For balance and coordination and cardiovascular fitness, soccer is unbelievable.
DP: Give me your Canadian All-Star basketball team.
But I know a lot of soccer players who would be great basketball players.
SN: I think my brother is the best natural athlete in the family. SN: Well, I'm hoping England does because that's where my family is from. I've heard a quote or saying, that no man in the deepest corners of his heart or soul has any considerable amount of respect for himself. you know, when I was a kid Wayne Gretzky was my hero.