Good question, Steve Nash

For the most part, athletes who Twitter are intent on avoiding controversy in the allotted 140 characters. That’s why I was so excited when I read the first sentence of a recent tweet from Phoenix Suns guard and MVP enthusiast Steve Nash (@the_real_nash). And so very disappointed when I read the second. Then touched by the third … assuming I’m included in ‘everyone’:

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