Fast Company Steve Nash's Playbook He's set up a diversified portfolio of 10 businesses insocial media, health, and film — and two not-for-profits. By Fast Company Staff Nash and the L.A. Clippers' Baron Davis started Apoko to help other pros create Web content. "The young guys have no wall," Nash says. "We can be the buffer." Steve Nash Sports Clubs combine his love of fitness with his green streak. They feature spin bikes that produce energy and floors made from recycled tires. Meathawk Productions' first documentary is on Canadian folk hero Terry Fox. "It won't look like a typical ESPN show," Nash says. Into the Wind airs this spring. Nash's viral videos for Vitaminwater and Nike let him do endorsements on his terms. If companies want Nash to appear in an ad, he asks them to support one of his preferred charities. A version of this article appeared in the February 2010 issue of Fast Company magazine. Add New Comment Sign In Submit 1 Comments Adrienne Graham 6 years ago Diversification is the name of the game in this economy. I'm impressed. Hope these ventures work out for him.