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Is the end of the road approaching for Canadas greatest basketball player? According to veteran basketball columnist Peter Vecse Antworten

Is the end of the road approaching for Canadas greatest basketball player? According to veteran basketball columnist Peter Vecsey, Lakers guard Steve Nash is close to retirement. Custom Detroit Pistons Jerseys . The former New York Post columnist and NBA TV analyst tweeted out the following statement early Tuesday morning: "Im hearing Nashs pain is forcing him 2 seriously consider calling it a career. Hed still get $ this yr & next & LAd get cap relief next." The 39-year-old Nash is sidelined indefinitely with a back injury and has been limited to just six games so far in the 2013-14 NBA season, averaging just 22.5 minutes-per-game. Lakers head coach Mike DAntoni spoke out last week about rumours of Nashs retirement, trying to temper the situation to the Los Angeles Times. "Theres always going to be a debate but were not going to debate it, talk about it," DAntoni told the Times last Tuesday. "Hes going to try to get ready, hes going to try to play and were going to try to win. Its really simple for us. Its not real difficult." Still, Nashs time in Los Angeles has not been up to the lofty standards he set during his MVP years with the Phoenix Suns, as the Victoria Native appeared in just 50 games for the Lakers in 2012-13 posting a 12.7 points-per-game average (his second-lowest total since 1999-2000) and 6.7 assists per game (his lowest total over that span). Nash has three years remaining on his contract including the current NBA season, worth a total of just over $28.3 million. Winning back-to-back MVP Awards in 2004-05 and 2005-06, Nash has put together a Hall of Fame-worthy career. He is a veteran of 18 NBA seasons with the Lakers, Suns and Dallas Mavericks and has been selected to 8 NBA All-Star Games, averaging 14.3 PPG, 8.5 APG with a career free throw percentage of 90.4 per cent. Bill Laimbeer Jersey . "Yes, Id like to get them in," Detroits rookie manager said. "Mother Natures going to have a say in that." 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The Cavaliers completely dictated this meeting with their longtime ACC cohorts, which ended a 61-year association with the league to join the Big Ten at the conclusion of last season. Virginia shot 53.1 percent from the field, outrebounded the Terps by a 34-22 margin and led many as many as 18 points to deal newly ranked Maryland its first defeat of the season. Virginia (8-0) did lose leading scorer Justin Anderson to an apparent ankle injury with 9:24 left, the lone negative on an otherwise celebratory night for the Cavs. Anderson tallied 16 points and six rebounds before exiting, with Mike Tobey and Anthony Gill adding 14 and 11 points, respectively, to the victory. Maryland (7-1) struggled offensively all throughout, shooting just 40 percent and never sustaining any level of comfort against the Cavaliers tight defense. Star freshman Melo Trimble finished with 16 points, but most of that total came from the free throw line. The Cavaliers had it working on both ends in building a lead as large as 12 points in the first half. Virginia shot better than 55 percent over the opening 20 minutes -- with Anderson and Brogdon combining to go 8-of-12 froom the floor -- while holding Maryland to a 7-of-19 field goal rate. Joe Smith Jersey. . Virginia sped out to a 14-4 lead behind its pesky defense, which forced the Terps to miss seven of their first nine shots and caused three early turnovers. It was a 20-10 Cavaliers advantage just over 13 minutes in following back-to-back jumpers from Gill and Darion Atkins. Maryland cut the margin down to five later in the half, but Anderson netted six points during an 11-4 spurt that had the Cavs up 35-23 with 1:40 to go in the stanza. UVa went into the break owning a 37-29 edge. The Cavaliers maintained a double-digit cushion for most of the second half by continuing to keep Maryland out of sync. 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