Podcast: Nash, Deron, Howard, & Hibbert

Mark and McNeill talked about Deron Williams signing with the Nets, where Dwight Howard might land, why Steve Nash shouldn’t be blasted for landing with the Lakers, and a whole bunch of other news surrounding free agency and trades.

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Ryan McNeill Ryan McNeill has appeared on NBA XL, ESPN Radio, The Fan 590, The Score, TSN Radio and The Home Stretch. He has covered the NBA with media credentials since the 2007-08 season.

Comments (4)

  1. Im with you when you said Deron Williams wasn’t going to Dallas, I mean come on the man have been working out in Brookyn everyday for chris sake, does that sound like someone who is trying to separate themselves for the Nets?

  2. Larrbear

    I saw all this coming when I learned Steve Nash went to the Lakers. The Geritol team jokes are non stop in my circle. I think Steve is really reaching trying to find a ring. We shall see. I see all kinds of problems coming next season for the Lakers. Kobe will be fine with all this right now, but if Steve thinks his assist options will remain his own decision, I think Kobe will soon correct him. Kobe wants and gets things his way, always!!!! Maybe Nash can handle that, maybe not. Either way, I see problems, either Nash will limit his game, or Kobe will be crying a river by mid season, I think.

  3. BBA – Glad to know you see it my way! Really, what player would leave $25 million on the table. Bosh and LeBron left some money on the table, but they got most of it back due to savings in taxes…

    Larrbear – Can you blame him? He’s a super competitive point guard. Playing for the Lakers allows him to challenge for a championship AND live close to his kids. Win-win.

  4. Larrbear

    Ryan, I understand this, but I still see trouble between him and Kobe. Kobe has a spoiled child mentality. He tried blaming Pau for all the Lakers problems. He did not see his own role in their loses to the Thunder. Anything goes wrong, Steve Nash will fall into the cross hairs. Kobe rarely blames himself for things that go wrong and he will use Nash as a scapegoat. Anyway, good luck Steve. He is one of my favorite players, I just think he could have chosen better. The Lakers will not get by the Thunder next season either. They are far too old and will not be able to stay up with that young team.

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