Steve Nash Doesn’t Want His Kids Moving To California

Steve Nash Doesn’t Want His Kids Moving To California
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One would think a Father would want his kids to be as close to him as possible. Not the case with Steve Nash. The Lakers injured point guard is quite comfortable with his kids and ex wife living out their lives in Arizona.

Apparently, according to TMZ, if Nash’s kids are permanently based in Cali, he’ll have to cough up a ton more money for child support.

It appears saving money is far more important to Steve than seeing his kids.

via Terez Owens

Photo Credit: Getty Images

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