Could Steve Nash play a role in Bledsoe to Lakers?

Tuesday Three Dots…

Has Eric Bledsoe ever been the best player on his own team?
If someone is seeking max money then shouldn’t they at least
be viewed as the “the man” when they walk on the floor? John Wall ran the show in Kentucky when Bledsoe was in college. When he was with the Clippers, Bledsoe was the third best player on the court behind Chris Paul and Blake Griffin.
Specifically towards the Lakers rumors of interest in Bledsoe. In talking with those close to the Lakers side, they won’t part with a package that would include recent first round pick Julius Randle and a future number one. They would look at sending the Suns Steve Nash(expiring contract at the end of 14-15 season) Jordan Hill, and a 1st rounder…
In the next three weeks, our great state will have three inductees into various Hall of Fames. Two of them you have probably read or heard about in recent weeks. Tony La Russa will go into the Baseball Hall in Cooperstown, Aeneas Williams into the Pro Football in Canton. Don’t forget about Valley sports columnist Joe Gilmartin being inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame early next month…
How widespread and deep will the housecleaning go within the Diamondbacks this time around? I am not just talking the clubhouse…
I don’t believe the buzz that Christian Kirk, the top in-state football recruit of 2015, is a slam dunk to Texas A&M. Arizona State is on his final list and I don’t think it’s just a nice gesture on the kids part…
Taylor Kelly deserves all the accolades and attention as the ASU starting QB, but the fact that backup Mike Bercovici is still on campus shouldn’t be overlooked. Monday night on twitter “Berco” sent out a tweet that he has “officially been accepted into law school”…