Steve Nash: The Making of an MVP

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Puffin Books, Apr 19, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 206 pages
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From a starting point as a relatively short high-school athlete fighting to landing a college scholarship to being named a two-time MVP of the NBA—it’s been an incredible journey for professional basketball player Steve Nash. And now readers have an inside ticket for the entire trip! In this new authorized biography, fans young and old will learn about everything from Nash’s early years in Victoria, British Columbia, where he forged his now-legendary work ethic and hoop skills, to his current superstar turn with the Phoenix Suns. The boy who in junior high school confidently told his mother he would one day play in the NBA has done that and so much more. This is the story of how he has beaten overwhelming odds to become not only a top-flight athlete—but also a widely admired human being.

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Review: Steve Nash: The Making of an MVP With a foreword by Steve Nash

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SPOLER ALERT The making of a mvp steve nash. It's a biography. The theme of the book is about steve nash at the peak of his basketball career in the NBA This book is pretty much someing up the ... Read full review

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I think this book is good because it is well written and has a good amount of detail, but could use a little bit more. I know because the author details every aspect of Steve Nash's life; his journey ... Read full review


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Jeff Rud has worked as a sports writer for various Canadian newspapers for over twenty years. He was a sports columnist and sports editor at the Times Colonist in Victoria and has covered the NHL for the National Post. He lives in Canada.

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