I found something interesting concerning the late age of Steve Nash in the article. It does a side by side comparison with the age of Steve Nash to other older PGs in the history of the NBA. Seems like putting on age isn't such a bad thing in the case of Nash.
My favorite line of the article is at the bottom:
I’m not sure how one can argue bringing a winning culture – with a NBA champion as a coach (Casey) and a two time MVP as a leader – to an organization is a bad thing.
Could he get hurt and it turn to be a bad deal? Sure. Could a #1 pick get hurt and play less than 100 career games? Yeah. There are no sure things – but this is as smart of a move as it gets.
These are valid points made in the article. Hard to argue against them, especially since they are mathematical calculations.