Steve Nash to Sport New Body Cast For Halloween This Year

 

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Just as things were looking brighter for veteran point guard Steve Nash, his season was quickly over in a flash. The 79 year-old (actually 40) was ruled out for the remainder of the 2014-2015 Lakers season for sustaining another back injury. As heartbreaking as it must be for the fans of the former MVP, Nash is actually having fun with it this Halloween.

This Halloween Steve Nash will be handing out candy on Trick-or-Treat night, despite being in a full body cast, writhing in pain from a number of ailments. “I think of it as my costume this year.” Nash murmured through the hole in his head cast. “Since I can’t play this season, I figured I’d give back to the kids and hand out some candy. Well, actually my nurse hands it out to them. I can’t move my arms.”

So even though we won’t see Nash suit up in a Lakers jersey this season, local fans on Halloween night can see him suited up in a body cast. Nash is hoping for it to be one spooky night. “Yeah I’m having my house set up like it’s haunted. Kids will come in an see the decorations. Then they’ll see me and probably think I’m a dead body, but really it’s just their favorite player Steve Nash. I hope it’s scary.” We’ll see how receptive Lakers fans will be of Steve Nash’s makeshift haunted house. It’s certainly going to be interesting, especially considering Nash still hasn’t chosen which type of candy to distribute. “Do kids still like Whoppers?” Nash asked.

by Danny Dagorn

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Rose on His Recovery: “I’m Getting Bionic Legs”

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Derrick Rose is fed up.  After tearing the meniscus in his right knee, Rose will have to go through a long recovery process that will leave him out for the remainder of the 2013-2014 season.  Last week the Chicago point guard addressed the situation to the media.  “Let’s face it.  These knees are clearly failing me.  I think it’s time that I actually fix this issue.  I’ve been talking to the team doctor and we both agree that getting bionic legs would really benefit my basketball career for the long haul.”  Rose is set to receive a consultation on the procedure later this week from Illinois Medicinal Robotics specialist Doctor Raymond Quill.  The operation involves removing the legs just below the hip area and replacing them with robotically controlled titanium alloy prosthetics.  It’s a very risky move, but Rose is willing to do anything for the Chicago Bulls franchise.

– written by Danny Dagorn