Nash, Suns Don't Worry About Past or Future

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By now, with the Western Conference finals starting over as a best-of-three, you don't need a scorecard to know the players.

The Suns are the gutty little guys fighting for their lives, leading with their hearts, or in the case of Steve Nash, their noses.

The Lakers are the Lakers, meaning they're A) great, and B) know it.

Unfortunately, they're C) not as great as they think, which is why they're D) back where they started in the series after watching the Suns create one extra possession after another in Game 4, prompting Kobe Bryant to announce stonily:

"We've got to cut that stuff out."

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