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by Paul on 03/12/13 at 04:08 PM ET
from Katie Strang of ESPN,
STRANG: How much of a change has it been travel-wise coming from Columbus?
NASH: You spend a lot more nights in your own bed, that's for sure. The biggest thing is the time change, too. Everywhere we traveled, except Detroit, was a time change. So you're always getting back an hour later, obviously getting there an hour earlier and, besides Detroit and maybe Nashville, everything is pretty much over two-hour flights. So, here we're taking a train or 30-minute flights. It's just a lot better. A lot better travel. You're not on a plane for two hours, getting home really late. It is definitely a perk, playing in the East.
STRANG: Have you taken much time to reflect back on the circumstances that brought you here? The trade deadline and everything that followed?
NASH: I have a short-term memory in that situation. That six months is definitely behind me. Everything worked out the way I wanted it to.
STRANG: How has that transition been, coming to New York? Are you pretty adept at hailing a taxi now, navigating the city?
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