Nash lives in SoHo in the summer and has given vibes about being intrigued about ending his career as a Knick.
I for one see the Suns amounting to very little this season. If they somehow make the playoffs look for a first round exit. If it's true that Phoenix is willing to move Nash and start over if the team isn't excelling I'd expect to see him trading elsewhere. It seems like every player that's rumored to be unhappy or rumored to be on the move seems to want to play here. Do I buy into every report? No, but I like to keep an eye on them. As for Nash, he's a great player and all but I wouldn't want to trade for him. Raymond Felton is doing a very nice job as of right now and can you imagine what we'd have to part with to land Nash? It's a totally different situation from Carmelo Anthony and there really is no leverage at all. I like Nash but I maintain that I would not trade for him.
"In that situation where you want to start over, maybe rebuild, you got to get draft picks and the Knicks don't have any. They gave them to Houston," Kerr told The Post before the Knicks' 120-112 victory. "I don't see what you put together on that roster that makes sense for Phoenix. Or Denver."
Kerr, who quit in June to go back to TV, said he can foresee Phoenix moving forward with a Nash trade if it believes it can't win now.
"Nobody's untradeable," Kerr said. "I know a year ago no way we would've considered that. But if a team struggles and looks like it won't be a playoff team, they have to consider all their options. But you can't just do it for the sake of doing it. You have to hit a home run. The reality is I don't see any deal put together for those two teams."