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Steve Nash vs Ndamukong Suh: Rock Out with Your Lockout

by Patrick Sicher | Posted on Wednesday, July 20th, 2011
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During the NBA and NFL lockouts, athletes are busy trying to find something to do. Some have decided planking would be a great way to cure the boredom. Others are flying around in jet packs and one even changed his name to Metta World Peace and is trying stand up comedy. In the case of the Bengals, they are always getting arrested regardless of a lockout, so they don’t count.

Steve Nash and Ndamukong Suh have decided that they would spend the lockout doing the same thing.

Dancing.

Question is, who is the better dancer?

First a Tale of the Tape

Ndamukong Suh – 6’4″ 307 lbs, DT for the Detroit Lions, Name means “House of Spears”
Steve Nash – 6’3″ 178 lbs, PG for the Phoenix Suns, Canadian

Roughly the same height, but Suh with the definite weight advantage. Lets go to the video evidence.

Steve Nash’ commercial for the Toyota Prius

http://youtu.be/nXFF5_GIsV0

Ndamukong Suh dancing to Katy Perry’s “Hot N Cold”

It’s a tough call, but i can see Dancing with the Stars in both their futures.

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