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Would Steve Nash Come Back to Dallas?

Steve Nash told a London paper last week, "It's not as though there was some irreconcilable divorce with Dallas."
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Steve Nash said on Friday -- in a Q&A with readers of The Times on London, no less -- that he wouldn't have a problem playing for the Dallas Mavericks again, when his contract with the Phoenix Suns expires in at the end of the 2010 season. To which Oly Sandor of HoopsVibe.com says, more or less, "No chance," before recapping the he-said-he-said between Nash and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban over the past few years.

"Nash’s comments were simply an attempt to ensure a market exists when his current contract expires," Sandor figures. But we'll always have this. --Robert Wilonsky

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