PHOENIX - Suns star point guard Steve Nash is an unrestricted free agent and his future with the Suns seems to be diminishing by the minute.
Nash is reportedly telling ESPN he pictures himself in a different uniform next season, saying he's not sure the Suns want to keep him anymore.
If Nash decides to leave, it shouldn't be hard for him to find a new home.
At least four teams are expressing interest and are willing to pay big bucks to snag him.
Sources say the Toronto Raptors could offer Nash $12 million a year.
The Mavericks, Knicks, and Nets could also make a push for the 38-year-old veteran who averaged 12.5 points and 10.7 assists for the Suns last season.
ABC15 Sports spoke with Suns Color Commentator Scott Williams about Nash's future.
"He's going to be coveted by a lot of teams, a lot of high-profile teams that were in the playoffs this year, that want to add a veteran piece that can help them get back to the championship that they so want and that he so wants," said Williams. "So now Steven and the organization, as they approach free agency, will do the best thing for both sides there."
Forward Grant Hill and guards Michael Redd, Shannon Brown and Sebastian Telfair are among other Suns players becoming free agents.
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