The Legacy Builder: One on One with Steve Nash

After his induction into the SCU Hall of Fame, Steve Nash sat down with 360BayArea to talk about being a 2-time MBA MVP and building the Steve Nash Foundation.

Guest Profiles



Steve Nash, Founder, The Steve Nash Foundation; Retired, NBA All-Star

Steve was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, into an athletic family. After two years, the Nash family immigrated to Canada to avoid raising their children amidst apartheid. Steve grew up playing sports, and his basketball career took off when he went to Santa Clara University on the only basketball scholarship offered him. After leading the Broncos to three NCAA Tournament berths, he graduated with a BA in Sociology. In 1996, Steve was drafted 15th overall to the Phoenix Suns playing for two years before being traded to the Dallas Mavericks. After a successful run with the Mavericks, Steve began a new basketball family with the Suns, and also one of his own, welcoming twin daughters in 2004 and a son in 2010. In 2012, Steve was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, where he played until his retirement in 2015. Over his career, he was an eight time NBA All-Star. Steve attributes his success to a capacity for discipline, a drive to succeed, and efforts towards health, nutrition, and adequate sleep. Steve provides an energized example of how to give back through the Steve Nash Foundation, as General Manager of the Senior Men’s National Team in Canada, part-owner of the Vancouver Whitecaps, and other enterprises. Website | Twitter | Facebook | IG


Lloyd Pierce, Ambassador
Assistant Coach, Philadelphia 76ers

A San Jose native, Lloyd played all four of his college seasons teaming with two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash and leading the Santa Clara University Broncos to consecutive NCAA Tournament berths in 1995 and 1996 before graduating with a degree in Business Management. As a professional basketball player, Lloyd played four seasons internationally in Mexico, Australia, Germany and Turkey before returning to his alma mater, Santa Clara University (2002-2007), as an Assistant Coach under Dick Davey. He then served three seasons as Player Development Coordinator for the Cleveland Cavaliers (2007-2010) before coming back to the Bay as the Assistant Coach of the Golden State Warriors for the 2010-2011 season. After this, Lloyd went to the Memphis Grizzlies as an Assistant Coach-Player Development for two seasons. In 2013, Lloyd moved to work as the Assistant Coach of the Philadelphia 76ers, where he continues to serve in this capacity.  LinkedIn | Twitter | IG

Episode Notes:

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Production: Sound Design by Courtney Grace, Production Assistance by Jen Huynh with Hosts Becca, Christianne Harder, LT, and j-

360BayArea Intro Music by Courtney Grace with vocals by ElleT

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Featured Music:
Ask Rickey! Theme Music by Courtney Grace
Yuval Maayan “Doin It Right” and “Getting Paid
Nomadic XXL “Good Love” and “Turn Up
K. Solis “Creator
Davis Absolute “The Body
Lucky “Breeze
Tarante Groove Machine “Open

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Redman “Time 4 sum Aktion

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