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NBA

Steve Nash Is Unable To Stop Justin Bieber On Defense


Steve Nash, though he’s carved out an excellent NBA career for himself, isn’t exactly known for his abilities on the defensive end (“an atrocious, ATROCIOUS defensive player,” as Bill Simmons once put it). And if you’ve ever watched Nash and thought, “Man, that guy’s a great player, but I don’t think he could stop Justin Bieber one-on-one,” well, you’re right, apparently. See the video above, where Bieber beats Nash off the dribble with ease while apparently practicing for a charity event put on by Ludacris. And yes, Selena Gomez looks impressed. And no, you guys, they are not breaking up HOW DARE YOU EVEN SUGGEST SUCH A THING. [The Big Lead]


  • Blitz

    A waste of time reading, people shouldn’t write this stuff. We’re wasting resources

  • Blitz

    A waste of time reading, people shouldn’t write this stuff. We’re wasting resources

  • Ryandck

    This really is a waste. This looks more like a scrimmage game, and it appears as Nash doesn’t give a care about what happens.

  • Srodflacdc

    This is the dumbest most overblown story of the century! Is just completely misleading. It’s totally obvious that Nash just gets distacted by the guy setting up the pick and when he looks back Beiber just dribbles the other way. It’s not even a crossover! He just dribbles like a slow white boy to the open spot, and then upchucks the ball and it just happens to go in. Lol. Give me a break. It’s worse that the kids that supposedly dunk on LeBron. Well, maybe one of them dunked on him pretty good. Lol.

  • Anon

    This wasn’t an ankle-breaker. It’s just a good screen set by the offense for a layup.

  • Anon

    This wasn’t an ankle-breaker. It’s just a good screen set by the offense for a layup.

  • Basketball guru

    It looks like Steve Nash didn’t even care. He didn’t get his ankles broken. This story was wayyyyyyyyyyyy over-blown. Apparently, the writer of this “story” Glenn Davis does not know what that phrase even means in basketball. What an idiot!!!!!!


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