Steve Nash Rumors: Suns Make Offer Of Two Years, 12 Million Dollars

According to a tweet from Paul Calvisi, the Suns have offered Steve Nash a two-year, $12 million deal to stay with the club he's led for the past eight seasons.

Nash is one of the premier free agents on the market right now and - after the Brooklyn Nets' Deron Williams - is the most sought after point guard available. Both contenders and those looking for a veteran leader to take their young club to the next step are vying for Nash's services. Nash is taking his time sifting through all of the information and will listen to any team that wants to make a pitch. Among the teams competing with the Suns for Nash are the Nets, Toronto Raptors, New York Knicks and Dallas Mavericks.

For more on Nash, NBA free agency and continued Suns coverage, be sure to check out Bright Side of the Sun. Talk about the possibility of acquiring Nash with Mavericks fans at Mavs Moneyball, with Knicks fans at Posting and Toasting, with Nets fans at Nets Daily, and with Raptors fans at Raptors HQ.

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