It's hard not to suspect that Nash's return is, in part, a response to the backlash he's received after his "I'm not going to retire because I want the money" comment in a video published on Grantland.com. Of course, simple necessity may also be driving his decision. Jordan Farmar injured his groin on Monday and will miss the next two weeks at minimum; he could be sidelined for the rest of the year. That leaves Kendall Marshall (42%) as the only healthy point guard on the Lakers' roster. Of course, that hasn't been a guarantee of production or even playing time; Marshall played just 23 minutes
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