NBA’s Steve Nash makes directorial debut for ESPN ’30 for 30′

Nash While the much-ballyhooed Ken Burns’ “Baseball” sequel, “The Tenth Inning,” hits the PBS airwaves tonight, ESPN will be offering the latest in its “30 for 30” series — and certainly, the first to be directed by an active NBA player.

Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash has co-directed “Into the Wind,” examining the life of Canadian mega-marathoner and amputee Terry Fox,

“I just feel fortunate that I was able to do this while I was still playing,” Nash told Jim Wilkie of, “and to get started on this stage of my life or career and have them overlap is exciting for me.”

If you’re on the East Coast, “Tenth Inning” and “Into the Wind” will compete directly with each other at 8 p.m.

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