The Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash just turned 37 years old in February 7th 2011, Congratulations Steve! He is still one of the most valuable players in the NBA today. He received MVP honor awards two consecutive years in 2005 and 2006 and has participated in the All-star game 7 times. Steve won the NBA All-star weekend Skills Challenge Competition twice in 2005 and 2010 demonstrating why he is one the best at basketball handling.
Nobody in the NBA has had more games with 50% of field goals, 40% of three point shots, and 90% of free throws made than Steve Nash. This is a great sign of determination and perseverance. An excellent attribute I see in Steve is his positive mindset and the ability to make the players around him better at scoring: 16.1 assists per 48 minutes of play in 2010 and Steve continues, just behind Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics, to lead in assists so far this season.
Steve Nash, a 6’3”tall Canadian who grew up playing soccer shows us how he became the winner of back-to-back MVP awards through hard work training and dedication in his 2-DVD production: Steve Nash MVP Basketball: Fundamentals of Basketball which I am happy to offer for you here.
In these videos you will find a treasure of basketball fundamentals and drills to help you improve your individual skills of ball handling, passing and shooting. Also, you will be able to review and learn team plays and practices to enhance the defense and offense strengths of the team.
This video is a great tool for coaches and parents who want their players and kids become better basketball players and take their basketball passion to the max.
Happy Birthday Steve!
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