Steve Nash Becomes Brooklyn Nets Head Coach

The National Basketball Association & Brooklyn Nets were excited to announce the acquisition of Steve Nash as Head Coach. The former NBA champion has signed a four-year contract agreement with the Brooklyn Nets and comes after Kenny Atkinson was fired in March 2020. Jacque Vaughn held the position of “Interim Head Coach” and will remain on with the Brooklyn Nets as Assistant Coach.

Online support behind the acquisition of Steve Nash has been promising with Brooklyn Nets fans. Nash is an NBA Hall of Famer that throughout the 90s, rivalled Michael Jordan & Shaq for popularity. Steve Nash issued an official statement. He’d emphasize his honour & excitement to coach a legendary organization like the Brooklyn Nets. He thanked team owners & his wife for having confidence behind him. It won’t be challenging for Steve Nash to transfer his basketball skillsets into professional coaching, and his acquisition could allow the Brooklyn Nets to become contenders for the 2020-21 NBA Championship.

Statements from Steve Nash continued, where the Hall of Famer & NBA Most Valuable Player emphasized that coaching was a dream of his since leaving professional basketball. Accomplishing this goal has Nash humbled, where he’d note that Brooklyn Net players and staff are an outstanding group. Steve mentioned his excitement towards the potential of this team by 2025.

The History of Steve Nash

Surprisingly, it took Steve Nash five years to receive a professional coaching contract. He’s been employed by the Golden State Warriors as their “Player Development Consultant” since 2015. This period of Steve’s life saw a formidable friendship flourish with Kevin Durant, prompting his opportunity with the Brooklyn Nets. Inside sources state that Durant rallied for Steve Nash to become their head coach.

It should be mentioned that Steve Nash maintained an eighteen-year career in the National Basketball Association. He’d obtain the 2005 & 2006 Most Valuable Player Awards, becoming the 10th basketballer to achieve back-to-back MVP titles in NBA history. Nash’s time spent with the Phoenix Suns saw another relationship unfold with Sean Marks, the General Manager of the Brooklyn Nets. Sean Marks & Kevin Durant backing Steve Nash with team owners cemented his placement as Head Coach.