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  • Eric Gordon a future Phoenix Sun?

    Eric Gordon has had a tough first season in New Orleans. After being traded to the Hornets in the deal that sent Chris Paul to the Los Angeles Clippers, Gordon led his team to an opening night victory over the Phoenix Suns at US Airways Center. Since then, it’s gone pretty much downhill. Gordon injured […]
  • Suns ready to get Hill’s defense back

    Memphis’ Rudy Gay ran over Phoenix’s defense on the way to scoring 32 points in the Suns 104-93 loss Wednesday night. As a guest on Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo show Thursday, Suns head coach Alvin Gentry said Grant Hill could have been used to defend Gay. “He’s our best defensive player, and Rudy […]
  • Mock draft links Suns to Duke’s Austin Rivers

    As the Suns continue to climb up the NBA standings they, in turn, are falling in the NBA’s draft order. Still out of the playoffs (for now), any mock draft has the team selecting in the latter part of the lottery. Should the Suns land at 14th, Chad Ford, in an ESPN Insider piece, says […]
  • Playoffs? Suns will have to really earn spot

    Suns coach Alvin Gentry, in a late-March interview with our own Burns and Gambo, said the team needed to approach its final 15 games as if they were playoff contests. “We’ve got to treat every game as a playoff game,” Suns coach Alvin Gentry told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo. “It has to be […]
  • Suns battle Grizzlies in crucial late-season game

    The Phoenix Suns are peaking at the right time. The Suns (30-27) have been on fire, streaking to the fourth-best mark in the NBA since the All-Star Break at 16-7, a mark bettered by only San Antonio, Chicago and Boston. However, Memphis (33-23) has also been playing well, notching a 14-8 record since the break. […]
  • Dudley willing to assume any role to help Suns win

    The Phoenix Suns have seemingly hit their stride, winning five of their last six games. They find themselves just one game out of the final playoff spot in the Western Conference, despite an infuriatingly slow start to the lockout shortened season. The Suns have seen some unlikely heroes step it up in recent weeks to […]
  • Suns to get Grant Hill back this week

    The Phoenix Suns, winners of five of their last six games, are currently just one game back of 8th-place Denver for the Western Conference’s final playoff spot with nine remaining. Things are getting even better. Grant Hill has been cleared to play Friday. Had no swelling in knee. Has been working out twice a day. […]
  • Shannon Brown starting to prove the naysayers (like me) wrong

    Face it – when news broke March 30 that Suns forward Grant Hill was having surgery on his right knee, you figured the season was over. For a second straight season, a slow-starting Suns team would rally furiously following the All-Star break, only to fall short of their goal of reaching the NBA Playoffs. I […]
  • Suns should include Redd in future plans

    His days of being a team’s leading-scorer are behind him, but that doesn’t mean he still can’t score on a whim. Over the past three months, Michael Redd has gone from washed up veteran just trying to get some reps on a team going nowhere in a hurry, to the best player off the bench […]
  • Suns head coach Alvin Gentry doing a ‘phenomenal’ job

    PHOENIX — Steve Nash has said he would like to play three more years. Grant Hill believes he could play two more years. If either free-agent-to-be returns next season, they’ll be playing for a head coach who is signed for only one more year. “I mean Alvin [Gentry] is an amazing coach,” answered Nash when […]
  • A rejuvenated Redd is coming up big for Suns

    It appears yet another star has been reborn in the desert. Michael Redd, who missed giant chunks of the last few seasons due to knee issues, has come alive of late for the Suns in a pair of big road wins. “You can see that now he’s kind of rounded into form,” Suns coach Alvin […]
  • NBA players say pair of Suns would make good coaches

    It’s as if the Suns have one head coach on the bench, and two more on the floor. As if. Both Steve Nash and Grant Hill would make good coaches, according to a Sports Illustrated poll of 130 NBA players, with the point guard ranking third and the veteran forward ninth. This shouldn’t really be […]
  • Steve Nash is not Dwight Howard: Suns lucky to have point guard

    The Dwight Howard saga took another turn in Orlando Thursday, with Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy telling media members his star center has asked he be fired. Of course, Howard denies the claim, but when the coach is saying it… At any rate, it’s just another episode in a long line of awkward moments […]
  • Wooing Steve Nash? Trail Blazers giving it a shot

    Steve Nash is a wanted man. The free agent-to-be figures to have his share of suitors when his contract expires this summer, and it appears the Portland Trail Blazers are already getting in line to acquire the point guard’s services. According to The Oregonian, team president Larry Miller said the plan is to add some […]
  • Report: Steve Nash wants a three-year contract

    If the Suns are to re-sign Steve Nash for next season, they’ll also be adding him for the following campaign. And the one after that, too. According to ESPN.com’s Marc Stein, Nash wants to “sign for three more years this summer.” Even though he’s 38-years-old, Nash feels like he can keep playing at a high […]