You hear about poor Houston and poor Denver and poor this team and that, but we lose one of the top five players in the game and a weapon like (Barbosa) and it's like an afterthought. Yeah, we should be even better, but we know we're going to get better, and that's a good feeling.
More Quotes from Steve Nash:I was bummed, but I'm happy for him, ... I told him, 'I just want you to go where you're happy. Obviously, I want you to be here.' I thought he was pretty close to coming.
We've really struggled to be ourselves regardless of how they play us. We've got a little bit of, I don't know if it's playoff anxiety or what. We really just need to get back to being ourselves.
We try to take what they give us. A lot of times when we get the ball in the paint, they're going to leave our 3-point shooters open. We're confident with anyone taking a shot in their comfort zone and we feel like we can create shots for one another.
Shawn has been playing awesome right now. It was disappointing that the ball didn't bounce his way and he didn't get that record. But nonetheless it has been an incredible stretch of games and it has been awesome just watching him play and to play with him.
We love playing together and we love adversity. You know, back-to-back, the two best teams in the East.
The crowd gives us so much energy and we are able to really feed off of it. Hitting those shots and having the crowd go crazy helps boost our confidence. We love our fans.
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