|Full Name, Name||Stephen John, “Steve” Nash|
|Age, Born||He is 39 years old, was born February,7 1974 in Johannesburg, South Africa|
|Net Worth||$80 Million|
|Source of Wealth||Basketball player|
|Endorsements||MDG Computers, Raymond Weil watches, Vitamin Water, and Clearly Canadian bottled water, Nike, Bridgestone Tires, and Chinese sneaker maker Luyou|
|Achievements||In 1993, he won a bronze medal at the Canada Games and a silver medal at the World University Games.In the 2004-05, Nash was the first Canadian to receive the ‘National Basketball Association Most Valuable Player’.
In 2007, he was conferred the ‘Order of Canada’, the highest civilian honor in Canada. He was also declared an inductee into the ‘Canada’s Walk of Fame’, in 2008.
|Family||Steve married to Alejandra Amarilla, they have 3 children they are Lola Nash, Bella Nash and Mateo Joel Nash, and divorced with Alejandra Maarilla in 2013|
Steve Nash started his basketball career when he was in senior high school. He is a famous Basketball player in National Basketball Association (NBA). In NBA, Nash was also noted for playmaking, ball-handling skills and shooting. In 2007, he ever received the Order of Canada and was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws by the University of Victoria in 2008. Nash was the first NBA player who carry torch and light the Olympic cauldron in 2010 Winter Olympics that held in Vancouver. In 2012, Steve net worth approximately achieves $80 Million.
Steve has some contracts includes his salary there were in 1996 signed with the Phoenix Suns a 3 year $3.16 million, in 1999 signed with the Dallas Mavericks a 6 year $18 million, in 2004 signed with the Phoenix Suns a 5 year $65 million, in 2009 signed with the Phoenix Suns a 2 year $22 million, and in 2012 signed with the Los Angeles Laker a 3 year $27 million. Therefore, with his net worth Nash founded charitable organizations there are the Steve Nash Foundation and Jim Jennings Memorial Endowment Fund. Thus, he noted as one of the 100 most of influential people around the world by Time in 2006.