Originally Posted by keantona
I'd love to get Nash into the organisation as his career winds down and then keep him as an assistant with a view to him becoming head coach if it works out (I could possibly even support the gamble of making him head coach immediately after he retires). I suspect his vision would transfer very well to a coaching role if he wants it.
That actually makes sense, maybe not a head coach right away, but a player coach, asst coach and then coach. Your right, Nashs player credentials would give him instant respect. As well, he's a very smart guy and seems to be a good communicator, so it seems likely that he'd be a good coach.