Steve Nash is the shortest player in the Nba history to achieve back to back MVP awards.
These awards are highly deserved however as Steve Nash is by far the best point guard currently in the NBA bar none.
Not only does he lead the lead in assists but also is among the top of the league in free throw %.
However Steve Nash's stats which are only marginally better then last year isnt the reason he won the MVP award in the 05-06 season. Following the injury of 2 time all star Amare Stoudemire, one of the nba's leading scorers in the 04-05 season, went out with an injury early in the season that caused him to miss most games in the 05-06 season.
Most teams in this position would have crumbled from such a devestating loss (proven by the Houston Rockets with Tracy McGrady absent for mere months). However, as the suns are the most unique franchise in the current nba this loss as well as the loss of Kurt Thomas, Joe Johnson and Quintin Richardson has only marginally affected the Suns as they came off the season with a win record only slightly less then last season.
This was all thanks to Steve Nash who was able to mould a team based on fast breaks and killer 3 point shooters (eg Raja Bell, Leandro Barbosa etc)
It has to be said, is he genuinely more MVP than Kobe Bryant or LeBron James? Alas no.
Named for the NBA all-star and leader in assists, this act will make you as popular with your wingmen as Steve Nash is with the Suns.
Sam: Really? How did you manage that?
Ben: Easy! Ari totally Steve Nashed me that pussy!
Steve Nash is amazing!
Steve Nash rocks!
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2. An extremely underrated defender.
3. To improve a team by a margin of 33 wins.
2. Joe took 5 charges in that game and his team won by exactly 10 points, but the TV analysts STILL say he's the worst defender! Joe's a real Steve Nash.
3. Too bad Iverson couldn't pull off a Steve Nash when he got traded to Detroit. Alas, Iverson is not the best PG in the game.