You can't run the same size wheels and tires front and back in the NSX. The car was designed to have larger wheels and tires (larger outer diameter, and wider) in the rear than in the front, and the proper operation of the TCS depends on it. Also, the hub diameter is different front vs rear, so they need wheels with different center bores front vs rear. (The hub is the part of the car's chassis that the wheel "hangs" on, and the center bore is the diameter of the big hole in the very center of the wheel, that fits over the hub.) There are some fitments that have the same wheel diameter front and rear, including the stock '02-05 17"/17" setup, but even with those fitments, you still need wider wheels, wider tires, and taller tire sidewalls in the rear.
The 17"/18" setup is one of the most popular setups for the NSX, and there are plenty of the very best street tires (in the "extreme performance" category) available in NSX-friendly sizes of 215/40-17 front and 255/35-18 rear (best for '94-05 NSX) or 265/35-18 rear (best for '91-93 NSX). Super-sticky street tires in those sizes include the Dunlop Direzza ZII, Yokohama Advan Neova AD08R, and Falken Azenis RT-615K. The BFGoodrich extreme performance tire, the g-Force Rival, is not available in NSX-friendly 17"/18" sizes, front or rear.