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Stephen John Nash was born on 7 February 1974, in Johannesburg South Africa, of Welsh (mother) and English (father) descent. He is a former basketball player, who is known for playing in such basketball teams as the “Phoenix Suns”, “Dallas Mavericks” and “Los Angeles Lakers”. During his career Steve achieved various awards and honorable titles. Some of them include NBA Most Valuable Player, Lou Marsh Trophy, Lionel Conacher Award, WCC Player of the Year, NBA Assists Leader and others. Although Steve does not play basketball anymore, he is still involved in various projects and has many activities to take care of.
So how rich is Steve Nash? It is estimated that Nash’s net worth is now $95 million, mainly gained during his career as a basketball player. Now his net worth grows because of his collaboration with various companies and also for his involvements in other projects. Steve is now 41 years old and he is still a very active person.
Steve Nash Net Worth $95 Million
His family moved to Canada before Steve was two years old, so Steve started playing various sports when he was just a small boy., he played ice hockey and soccer, but soon became interested in basketball. His talent became even more noticeable when he started attending St. Michaels University School. In 1992 Steve continued his studies at Santa Clara University, and although at first he was not one of the best players in the university’s basketball team, soon Steve was able to prove that he was a really talented player. Nash even received the title of Conference Player of the Year in 1995.
In 1996 Steve began his professional career when, after graduating with a degree in psychology, he was picked by the “Phoenix Suns” in the NBA Draft. This had a huge impact on the growth of Steve Nash’s net worth, but he didn’t get that much court time during the two seasons he was there.
In 1998 he signed up with another team, the “Dallas Mavericks”. Now Nash was able to prove his skills, and gain more acclaim and experience. Steve played for this team until 2004, becoming more valuable and competent all the time, but salary caps meant that in 2004 he returned to his previous team, “Phoenix Suns”. This time his career while playing for this team was much more successful, and he played there for eight years, until in 2012 Steve became a part of one of the most famous basketball teams, the “Los Angeles Lakers”. Three years later, in 2015 Steve decided to end his career as a professional basketball player and focus on other activities. Steve was most valuable as a ball-player rather than as a scorer, but was always regarded as extremely valuable in his position.
Internationally, Steve Nash played for Canada between 1993 and 2004, including captaining the team at the 2000 Sydney Olympics where they finished a creditable seventh.
Since retiring from playing, Steve has been working with such companies as “Vitamin Water”, “Nike”, “MDG Computers”, “Reymond Weil Watches” and others, which activities soon became one of the main sources of Nash’s net worth. What is more, Steve is interested in soccer and is even one of the owners of the team called the “Vancouver Whitecaps FC”. There is no doubt that Steve is a very hardworking and active personality, who will continue involving himself into new work.
If to talk about Steve’s net worth, it can be said that in 2005 he married Alejandra Amarilla, with whom he has three children. Sadly their marriage ended up in divorce in 2011. What is more, Steve is involved in various charity activities. In 2001 he created his own foundation, called “Steve Nash Foundation”. This only proves that he is a very generous person as well. All in all, Steve Nash is an acclaimed and successful former basketball player, who has experienced ups and downs in his career, but was able to overcome them and gain the respect from others.
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|1||Preparing to begin his sixth year of a 6 year, $63 M contract signed in 2004, as Point Guard with the NBA's Phoenix Suns. [September 2009]|
|2||(July 14) Returned to the Phoenix Suns via free agency.|
|3||Named NBA MVP for the 2004-05 Season [May 2005]|
|4||Starting his fifth season as a Maverick [October 2002]|
|5||Named NBA MVP again for the 2005-2006 Season|
|6||First Canadian to win the NBA's MVP award (2004-2005 season).|
|7||Fan of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.|
|8||Wife Alejandra is Paraguayan, and is a personal trainer. The couple met the summer of 2001 in Manhattan.|
|9||Longtime girlfriend Alejandra Amarilla gives birth to twin girls, Lola and Bella, at a Phoenix, Arizona hospital (14 October 2004)|
|10||His father, John, and his brother, Martin, both played professional soccer in England.|
|11||Excelled at lacrosse, soccer and hockey as a child.|
|12||Donated $10,000 to sponsor the renovation of the Oak Cliff Family YMCA basketball courts.|
|13||Purchases a block of tickets every game that are distributed to local charities.|
|14||Traded by the Phoenix Suns to the Dallas Mavericks for Martin Muursepp, Bubba Wells the draft rights to Pat Garrity and a first round draft choice in 1999 on June 25, 1998.|
|15||Attended Santa Clara University, where roomed with Randy Winn.|
|16||Is the starting point guard for the Phoenix Suns of the NBA|
|17||Drafted by the Phoenix Suns in the Draft of '96|
|18||First Canadian to play in an NBA All-Star Game (2002)|
|19||Born in South Africa, but raised in Victoria, British Columbia since he was very young|
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