Steve Nash PG LAL 1 Month

Steve Nash discussed his health in an interview on Monday, stating: "I feel great right now."

"I've been able to be pretty much go without limitations as far as my training," Nash said. "I'm obviously not trying to overdo it so I can allow that nerve to settle down perhaps and be less irritating. It has worked so far, but I would hate to say this is where it will be like once I join the rigors of an NBA schedule." Nash was only able to suit up for 15 games last season, and at 40-years-old, the former repeat MVP is no longer a fantasy option.

Steve Nash PG LAL 2 Months

Steve Nash said he's not getting involved in the process of the Lakers hiring a new head coach.

"To be honest, I've tried to get away and clear my mind, and hopefully clearing my mind will help my body," Nash said. "So I'm kind of just sitting back and not getting involved in the process -- even emotionally -- and just waiting to see what they decide." The 40-year-old guard aged horribly last season and he'll likely miss a huge portion of the last year of his deal in 2014-15.

Steve Nash PG LAL 2 Months

The Lakers reportedly plan to keep Steve Nash on their roster next season, rather than using the 'stretch provision' to waive his $9.8 million salary.

Nash is 40 years old and he only appeared in 15 games last season due to nerve injuries which plagued his back and hamstrings. When he was healthy enough to play, he averaged only 6.8 points on 38.3 percent shooting, but L.A. seems willing to squeeze whatever production they can get out of him in 2014-15.

Steve Nash PG LAL 3 Months

Steve Nash is confident that he'll remain with the Lakers next season, but due to his health concerns he admitted that the team "can't rely on [him]."

The Lakers could waive Nash via the stretch provision, thus reducing the cap impact of his $9.7 million final year, but the 40 year old sounds certain that he'll still be in L.A. He said that he's 3-4 weeks away from being healthy and wants to contribute in any way possible next season, even if he doesn't play and only serves as a mentor to young Lakers' players.

Steve Nash PG LAL 3 Months

Steve Nash (leg, back) said he's 3-4 weeks from being healthy.

In his exit interview, he said this season was a "nightmare" and added the Lakers shouldn't be relying on him for next season because he doesn't know what he can bring. Nash did say he'll be back for next season, so the team will have to pay him whether he's healthy or not. He'll be one of the more talked about players in the offseason.

Steve Nash PG LAL 3 Months

Steve Nash (hamstring) and Chris Kaman (calf) will not return for the Lakers' final game on Wednesday.

The 40-year-old Nash was never expected to return after taking over the third spot on the NBA's all-time assist leaderboard, and it's uncertain whether he'll retire this summer or attempt a return in 2014-15. Even if he does attempt to return, fantasy owners should be very leery of him on draft day.

Steve Nash PG LAL 3 Months

Steve Nash (hamstring) and Chris Kaman (calf) will not play against the Jazz on Monday.

Nash is also likely to sit out for the rest of the season, according to coach Mike D'Antoni. He turned 40 this season and it showed as he was unable to finish just about every game he played. Kendall Marshall will start while Jordan Farmar will get plenty of chances to score and hit triples.

Steve Nash PG LAL 3 Months

Steve Nash (hamstrings) is out Friday, as expected.

Steve Nash PG LAL 4 Months

Steve Nash (hamstrings) confirmed that he's unlikely to play again this season.

"Because I had a pretty good setback [on Tuesday], I probably won't play again," Nash said. "If I get a good recovery over the next week, I'd love to play again. A big goal for me was not to go into the summer injured." He took over the NBA's third-highest career assists total during Tuesday's game, which may have been the only reason he played, and we're not expecting to see him again this year. His vaunted career may also be at its end if the Lakers decide to amnesty his contract this summer.

Steve Nash PG LAL 4 Months

Steve Nash returned to action on Tuesday April 8.