Cross the Knicks off Steve Nash’s list?

May 25, 2012, 6:27 PM | Updated: 7:36 pm

Steve Nash will have a variety of potential suitors this
offseason, as the free agent will draw considerable
interest from around the NBA.

Of the teams thought to be interested, the Knicks,
Mavericks, Trail Blazers, Raptors and Heat seem to the
ones most often linked with the two-time MVP, though it
seems at least one of that group should be crossed off the
list.

According to NBA writer Jared Zwerling, who was
responding to a tweet from another NBA scribe, the Knicks
will not be an option for Nash.

Of course, no one really knows where Nash wants to play
basketball next season. While the 38-year-old may want to
go somewhere he can win a championship, there will likely
be other factors that play into his final decision.

However, plenty of rumors for where he will be
going are sure to pop up before free agency begins on July
1. This happens to be interesting because it’s a thought
on what team he won’t be joining.

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