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Kazakhstan's House Porter2010-02-01 19:01:36 +0000 #1
Be ppt, English, and I would like to introduce Steve Nash!!!! Must have a bilingual `` ah `
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In the 2004-05 season, Nash led the Suns to the Western Conference Finals, and was named the league's Most Valuable Player (MVP). He was named MVP again in the 2005-06 season, and missed out on a third consecutive MVP title to Nowitzki the next season. Nash has led the league in assists and free-throw percentage at various points in his career. He is also ranked as one of the top players in league history for three-point shooting, free-throw shooting, total assists and assists per game. Nash, who is married, is involved in charity and humanitarian work, and he is also interested in soccer and film - making. In 2006, Time named him as one of the 100 most influential people in the world. On 28 December 2007 it was announced that Nash would receive Canada's highest civilian honour, the Order of Canada, [4] and on 3 June 2008, it was announced that Nash would receive a star on Canada's Walk of Fame. [5] On 18 September 2009, he was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree by the University of Victoria, in recognition of his athletic achievements and his philanthropic work on behalf of young people through the Steve Nash Foundation


_ Estate Han mercy _2010-02-01 19:17:38 +0000 #2
Steven John Nash

6 '3 "

195 lbs.

Guard

Johannesburg, South Africa

Febuary 7, 1974

Santa Clara '96

Phoenix Suns

In the summer of 2004, free agency brought Canadian Steve Nash back to the franchise that originally drafted him eight years earlier. After a successful career at Santa Clara University, Nash was a first - round draft pick of the Phoenix Suns in 1996. He subsequently found his basketball home in Dallas with co-horts Dirk Nowitzki and Michael Finely to form another Dallas "Big Three." Plays a classic point guard and is known to drive to the basket with reckless abandon where he can make the layup or deftly pass to a teammate for an easier basket. Has developed a consistent outside shot which makes him even harder to defend.

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2003-04:
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Despite having the difficult task of keeping all of the Mavericks? offensive weapons involved, Steve Nash turned in yet another brilliant season? In his eighth NBA season and his sixth with the Mavericks, averaged 14.5 points, a career-high 8.8 assists and 3.0 rebounds in 33.5 minutes in 78 games (all starts)? Among NBA leaders, ranked third in assists, first in assists per 48 minutes (12.6), sixth in assists per turnover ratio (3.29), second in free throw percentage ( .916), tied for 11th in three-point field goal percentage (.405) and 32nd in field goal percentage (.470)? Over the final 44 games he played, Nash shot .516 from the floor? Averaged 10.0 assists over his final 32 games played? Garnered the fourth most votes and was named to the 2003-04 NBA All-Interview First Team? Scored in double figures 60 times, 20 or more 16 times and had

28 double-doubles with one triple-double ? Dished out a career-high and NBA season-high 19 assists vs. Sacramento on April 1 (prev. 17 Dallas at Utah, Nov. 20, 2000)? Tallied season-high 31 points (11-17 FG, 3-4 3FG, 6-7 FT) vs. Cleveland on March 30? Recorded first career triple-double with 14 points, 12 assists and a career-high 10 rebounds vs. Portland on Nov. 17? Tied the Maverick franchise record for most three - pointers made without a miss in a single game with five vs. New Orleans on Nov. 11.

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2001-02:
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Averaged career-highs of 17.9 ppg, a team-high 7.7 apg and 3.1 rpg in 34.6 mpg in a career-high 82 games ... only Maverick player to play and start in all 82 games are hot .483 from the field, a team-high .455 from 3-point range and a team-high .887 from the line-shirt egistered a career-high 634 assists was elected to the Western Conference NBA All-Star Team Aung amed NBA Player of the Week from 12/10-16/01 was cored in double figures 69 times, had 20 or more points 36 times and 30 or more points six times Xie ed team in scoring 11 times, in assists 66 times and in steals 17 times? 56 3-point field goals made was the second-highest single season total in Dallas history? 1 games of double figure assists shirt anked 34th in the NBA in Points Per Game,ninth in Assists Per Game, fifth in the NBA in Free Throw Percentage, 25th in field goal percentage and fifth in 3-point field goal percentage ... averaged 19.4 ppg, 8.5 apg in the wins and 14.9 ppg and 5.9 apg in the losses ... made the game winning 3-pointer with 0.6 seconds on the clock in overtime at San Antonio (12/26/01) Xi areer-high 39 points (career-high 13-16 FTs), vs. Portland on 12 / 11/01 shirt ecorded 20 double-doubles? 9 points (7-10 FGs) and a season-high 15 assists in 30 minutes vs. Toronto on 3/7/02? just missed first career triple-double with 16 points, career -high 9 rebounds and 9 assists in 41 minutes at Denver on 3/3/02 the game winning 3-pointer with 0.6 seconds on the clock in overtime at San Antonio (12/26/01) Xi areer-high 39 points (career -high 13-16 FTs), vs. Portland on 12/11/01 Shirt ecorded 20 double-doubles? 9 points (7-10 FGs) and a season-high 15 assists in 30 minutes vs. Toronto on 3 / 7 / 02? just missed first career triple-double with 16 points, career-high 9 rebounds and 9 assists in 41 minutes at Denver on 3/3/02

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2000-01:
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Averaged career-highs of 15.6 ppg on .487 shooting and 7.3 apg and 3.2 rpg in 34.1 mpg in 70 games .... Missed 10 total games due to a sore left hamstring (1/11/01-1/20 / 01 and 2/3/01-2/13/01 ).... Missed the LA Lakers game (12/3/00) and Houston game (12/5/00) due to a bruised right calf ... . Fourth in the league in FT shooting at .895 .... 11th in the league in assists (7.3 ).... Shot a team-high .406 from the 3-point arc .... Those numbers were career - highs as well .... In wins averaged 15.3 ppg (.506 FG) and 7.5 apg while in the losses averaged 16.2 ppg (.453 FGs) and 6.8 apg .... Led team in scoring eight times .... Scored in double figures 57 times and had 20 or more points 19 times .... Had 10 or more assists 14 times .... Had 12 double-doubles (all point-assist ).... Career-high 31 points (10 -22 FGs, 3-9 3FGs) vs. LA Lakers (2/20/01 ).... Attempted a career-high 22 field goals in that game .... Grabbed a season-high 7 rebounds twice (vs. Philadelphia on 1/23/01 and vs. San Antonio on 11/10/00 ).... Played a season-high 46 minutes vs. Detroit (1/3/01 ).... Career-high 5 steals at Boston (12/18/00 ).... Career-high 17 assists at Utah (11/20/00). Averaged 13.6 ppg, a team-high 6.4 apg and 3.2 rpg in 37.0 mpg in 10 playoff games ... . Started all 10 playoff games .... Scored in double figures eight times .... Shot .882 (30-34 FTs) from the free throw line .... Led the team in assists in seven of the 10 games. ... Dished out a playoff-high 14 assists against San Antonio in Game 4 (5/12/01 ).... Notched a playoff-high 43 minutes at Utah in Game 2 (4/24/01) and in Game 5 (5/3/01 ).... Had a playoff-high 27 points (8-15 FGs) against Utah in Game 4 (5/1/01)

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1999-2000:
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Appeared in 56 games (27 starts) and averaged 8.6 points, 4.9 assists and 2.2 rebounds per game in 27.4 minutes .... Played his best at the end of the season after returning from a right ankle tendon strain which cost him 25 games .... In the last 10 games he averaged 13.6 ppg, 8.1 apg in 40.1 minutes .... Scored in double figures in 15 of the last 20 games and 24 times overall .... Had six double-doubles all of which came in the last 19 games .... Played a career-high 51 minutes at Denver on 4/6/00....Posted a season-high 11 assists twice - 3/16/00 at San Antonio and 3/27/00 at Utah .... Twice went 10-11 from the foul line to post career-highs in both of those categories - 3/27/00 at Utah and 4/18/00 vs. Lakers.

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1998-99:
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Played in 40 games and averaged 7.9 ppg on .363 shooting with 5.5 assists in 31.7 minutes .... Led the Mavericks with 219 assists and ranked second in free throw percentage (.826 ).... Missed the final 10 games of the season due to a lower back strain .... Scored in double figures 12 times and dished-out 10-plus assists five times.

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1997-98:
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Ranked 13th in the NBA in 3-point accuracy (.415),connecting on 81-195 with the Suns .... Connected on 74-86 (.860) free throws, tops among the Suns .... One of the most improved players in the NBA, Nash bettered his rookie numbers by 5.8 points , 1.1 rebounds, and 1.3 assists.

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1996-97:

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Averaged 3.3 ppg on .423 shooting with 2.1 assists in 10.5 minutes as a rookie ... . Tallied 17 points, 12 assists and seven rebounds on 11/14/96 at Vancouver, his only start of the season .... Connected on 42-51 (.824) free throws and 23-55 (.418) 3 -- pointers .... His 3-point accuracy was second-best ever for a Suns rookie (Wesley Person .436).

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COLLEGE:
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At Santa Clara , he was twice named the West Coast Conference Player of the Year (1994-95, 1995-96), the first Bronco to do so since Kurt Rambis .... Finished career as the Bronco's all-time leader in career assists (510 ), free throw percentage (.862), and 3-pointers made and attempted (263-656 ).... Third on the school's all-time scoring list (1,689 ).... Holds Santa Clara's single-season free throw percentage record (.894 ).... Named Honorable Mention All-America as a senior by The Associated Press and the USBWA .... Two-time Wooden Award candidate .... Averaged 17.0 points, 6.0 assists, and 3.5 rebounds as a senior .... Only the fourth player in WCC history to lead the conference in scoring and assists in the same season, a feat first accomplished by John Stockton .... The first freshman named Most Valuable Player of the WCC Tournament. ... Scored 40 points (knocking down 8-17 3-pointers) at Gonzaga in 1995 .... Was 21-21 from the free throw line against St. Mary's in 1995 .... Nailed six straight free throws in the final 31 seconds to top Arizona in the 1993 NCAA Tournament as a freshman .... Played for the Canadian National Team in 1993 and won a silver medal after a loss to the Team USA in the World University Games, which included such players as Michael Finley and Damon Stoudamire .... Played for British Columbia in the 1993 Canada Games winning a bronze medal .... A member of the 1996 Nike Desert Classic All-Tournament team.

Reference: www.hoopshype .com / players / steve_nash.htm
niepengkk20082010-02-01 19:23:30 +0000 #3
Steven John Nash

6 '3 "

195 lbs.

Guard

Johannesburg, South Africa

Febuary 7, 1974

Santa Clara '96

Phoenix Suns

In the summer of 2004, free agency brought Canadian Steve Nash back to the franchise that originally drafted him eight years earlier. After a successful career at Santa Clara University, Nash was a first-round draft pick of the Phoenix Suns in 1996. He subsequently found his basketball home in Dallas with co-horts Dirk Nowitzki and Michael Finely to form another Dallas "Big Three." Plays a classic point guard and is known to drive to the basket with reckless abandon where he can make the layup or deftly pass to a teammate for an easier basket. Has developed a consistent outside shot which makes him even harder to defend

Steve Nash

English name: Steve · nash

Gender: Male

Nationality: Canada

graduate school:

St. Clara University (Santa Clara) 1996 After his graduation in Law from the University of Victoria received an honorary doctorate

Role: guard (PG)

is the effectiveness of teams: Phoenix Suns

Number: 13

Height: 6 feet 3 inches / 1.91 m

Weight: 178 lbs / 80.7 kilograms

Birthday: July 2, 1974

career data:

playing career of 12 years starting shooting one-third of the time shooting free-throw shooting backcourt offensive rebounds rebounds rebounds assists steals blocks errors foul score

863,704 30.9 0.486 0.432 0.897 0.6 2.4 2.9 7.9 0.8 0.1 2.7 1.8 14.3

2008-09 season, averaging 15.1 scoring data

assists and 2.9 rebounds and 8.1
cnnhyl2010-02-01 20:18:31 +0000 #4
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In the 2004-05 season, Nash led the Suns in the Western Conference finals, and was elected as the league's Most Valuable Player (MVP). in the 2005-06 season, he was re-elected mvp, so next season, Nowitzki missed a third consecutive MVP trophies. Nash led the league in assists and free throw points in his career percentage.

He also named the best player in league history, one of the three-pointers, free throw percentage, total assists and assists per game. Nash, who are married, involved in charitable and humanitarian work, he is also interested in soccer and film production. In 2006, the time appointed the world's 100 most influential figure among the. December 28 in 2007, is

announced that the Canadian Nash will receive the highest honor of the Order of Canada, [4] June 3 and 2008, announced that Nash would receive a report on Canada's Walk of Fame star. [5] In the September 18, 2009, he was granted an honorary doctorate in law from Victoria University, on behalf of young people in his sporting achievements and his charitable work, certainly, through the Steve Nash Foundation

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