Updated Apr 16, 2012 - 8:05 am
Nash wins back-to-back awards...again
But at the age of 38, Nash is still collecting hardware. Hoopshype.com, a popular basketball website, has named Nash its "Tweeter of the Year" for the second straight season.
"It ranks high," Nash said in an interview with Hoopshype when asked how prestigious this honor is. "To be able to go back-to-back and beat people like Jared Dudley and Kevin Durant - there are some great tweeters out there. So to be able to out-tweet those guys, it means all those hours of boredom have paid off."
Nash doesn't have the most Twitter followers in the league, but at nearly 900,000, he does reach critical mass each time he sends a message in 140 characters or less.
"I tweet so hard, and I think people get a kick out of it," Nash said.
Yes, Steve. Yes we do.
If you're not following Nash on Twitter, you can at @stevenash.
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