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Thursday, 5 July 2012

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Kobe Bryant has stated that he is already practicing his ball passing moves.

LOS ANGELES - There is lots and lots of joy in Laker Land today as the former Phoenix Suns super star, Steve Nash will now be wearing the blue and gold colors of the Los Angeles Lakers.

The Lakers knew that they had to try and lose their "Bad Boy" image and what better way than by obtaining the services of one of the nicest, classiest players to ever lace up a pair of NBA approved basketball shoes.

The two-time MVP told Rufus Reno with Sports Balls Illustrated Daily that he is thrilled to finally not have to play the Lakers in the NBA playoffs anymore.

In order to obtain the services of the native of Canada, Los Angeles had to give the Suns four future draft picks, 5,000 servings of El Matador's Wife Frozen Enchilada Dinners, 200 year-round passes to Disneyland, and a promise from the Lakers number one fan, Jack Nicholson that he would appear at an autograph signing fundraiser at Papago Park in Phoenix.

A smiling Jerry Buss, owner of the Lakers, gave Nash a three year, $27 million contract.

Reno stated that he heard that Nash was told that he would also be appearing on episodes of Growing Up Kardashian, The Real Housewives of Orange County, and local L.A. talk show Huh? With Gary Busey.

Nash said that the main factor that convinced him to leave Phoenix and join the Lakers was a phone call he received from Kobe Bryant in which he promised him that he would share the ball and stop being the ball-hogging diva that he has a reputation for being.

SIDENOTE: Kim Kardashian upon hearing that Steve Nash is moving to Los Angeles replied, that if she wasn't in a relationship with Kanye (West) that she would jump on Stevie like butter on a biscuit.

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