VIDEO: Steve Nash Forgets What Part Of The Body You're Supposed To Pass To

The Phoenix Suns are visiting the Los Angeles Lakers in a Friday night game which is still in the early going, but has already given us at least one memorable highlight. Superstar player and resident Teen Wolf lookalike Steve Nash tried to execute a pass to teammate Grant Hill, but he seems to have lost track of where the passes go...namely, more in the general direction of the hands, rather than...well, just see for yourself.

Via Jose3030

The replay, of course, is where the true money is.

It's a good thing that Grant Hill didn't lose his head over this. Hopefully Nash won't lose face with his teammates due to this faux pas. Both teammates seem to have a good head on their shoulders, so they will probably laugh it off over some melon. Or something.

For all news and information regarding the Phoenix Suns, please visit Bright Side of the Sun. For updates and perspective on the Los Angeles Lakers, head on over to Silver Screen and Roll.

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