Steve Nash has been working out on back-to-back days, and has also put in some two-a-day workouts.
Steve Nash has continued to impress onlookers during recent scrimmages, according to Lakers beat writer Mike Trudell.
Steve Nash will officially stay with the Lakers this season after the deadline for the 'stretch provision' passed this weekend.
Lakers trainer Gary Vitti said that Steve Nash is now 100 percent healthy, and he's not having nerve pain for the first time in a long time.
Steve Nash confirmed in a recent interview that he will retire after the 2014-15 season.
The Lakers are not likely to use the stretch provision on Steve Nash.
Steve Nash discussed his health in an interview on Monday, stating: "I feel great right now."
Steve Nash said he's not getting involved in the process of the Lakers hiring a new head coach.
The Lakers reportedly plan to keep Steve Nash on their roster next season, rather than using the 'stretch provision' to waive his $9.8 million salary.
Steve Nash is confident that he'll remain with the Lakers next season, but due to his health concerns he admitted that the team "can't rely on [him]."
Steve Nash (leg, back) said he's 3-4 weeks from being healthy.
Steve Nash (hamstring) and Chris Kaman (calf) will not return for the Lakers' final game on Wednesday.
Steve Nash (hamstring) and Chris Kaman (calf) will not play against the Jazz on Monday.
Steve Nash (hamstrings) is out Friday, as expected.