Before there was Steph Curry, many people would argue that Steve Nash set the tone for a three-point shooting point guard that was also able to distribute the basketball unlike any other. With a career 3-point percentage of 43%, and as a two-time MVP, Nash has gone down as one of the greatest shooting point guards in NBA history. Lets dive into the legacy that Nash left behind.
The College Underdog
Steve Nash attended Santa Clara University and was one of the most polarizing figures in the NCAA Tournament over his four year career. He really made a name for himself in the 1993 NCAA Tournament as Nash and the no. 15 seed Broncos of Santa Clara upset the no. 2 seeded Arizona Wildcats, becoming only the second team at the time to do so. Nash went on to lead the Broncos to the NCAA Tournament in 1995 and 1996. People…
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