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  • Rose hits last-second shot to lift Timberwolves to win over Suns

    Derrick Rose hit an 18-footer with 0.6 seconds left to give the Minnesota Timberwolves a 116-114 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Sunday night.
  • Suns’ Ayton, Holmes ruled out for game against T-wolves

    Phoenix Suns rookie center Deandre Ayton and Richaun Holmes have been ruled out for Sunday's road game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
  • Suns unable to catch up after rough first quarter against Hornets

    The Suns failed to keep pace with the Hornets from the opening tip on Saturday and are in danger of going 0-4 on current road trip.
  • Suns’ Deandre Ayton, Richaun Holmes injured in loss vs Hornets

    Suns rookie Deandre Ayton left the game with a left ankle sprain and forward Richaun Holmes left with a left foot sprain in a loss against the Hornets.
  • Elie Okobo finding footing, balance of being a PG in rookie year for Suns

    Phoenix Suns point guard Elie Okobo is going through some expected challenges while facing the rookie wall.
  • Sports Illustrated gives Suns an F- midseason grade

    The first half of the Suns' season has not gone how they had hoped at all, which prompted Sports Illustrated to give them an F- midseason grade.
  • Suns fed up with fouls: Josh Jackson ejection part of 7-point Raptors play

    The Suns have felt it mounting all season long. The lack of fouls called in their favor reached a boiling point for Josh Jackson against the Raptors.
  • Suns rally back from early deficit, fall to shorthanded Raptors at buzzer

    The Suns arguably outplayed the Raptors after the first quarter but an early deficit set them up for a chance to get beat at the end.
  • Jerseys released for NAZ Suns rebrand as Rodeo Clowns on Saturday

    The Northern Arizona Suns will become the Northern Arizona Rodeo Clowns for one night on Saturday and the team released a look at the jerseys.
  • Channing Frye tells tale of Taurasi beating Nash in shooting competition

    One day in Talking Stick Resort Arena, there was a shooting competition involving Steve Nash and Diana Taurasi. In no surprise, Taurasi came out on top.