The trade to acquire Steve Nash definitely didn't work for the Los Angeles Lakers on the court. But bringing the two-time MVP in-house might end up being a great decision from a development standpoint.
Second-year point guard Jordan Clarkson told Bill Oram of the Orange County Register that he planned to work out with Nash this offseason, and he said that No. 2 overall pick D'Angelo Russell would likely participate in the workouts as well.
Russell has said he looks forward to absorbing all he can from Kobe Bryant now that he's a Laker, but he'd be wise to learn from Nash, too. Although maybe not on the defensive end, necessarily.