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  • NBA Western Conference playoff push

    In the always competitive NBA Western Conference, the race for the postseason has become one of the toughest in sports. Teams are often separated by only a few games and can find themselves out of the hunt unless they can put together consistent records in the home stretch of the season. Here is a look […]
  • Suns return home from successful trip still facing uphill battle

    PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns returned home and got right back to work Monday after going 4-2 on their six-game road trip. Most teams would be ecstatic with that mark, but the team is disappointed to lose the final game of the trip on Sunday against the Oklahoma City Thunder in overtime. Especially after Vince […]
  • Frye has dislocated right shoulder, will miss two-to-three weeks

    PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns will be without overtime hero Channing Frye for two-to-three weeks, pending ongoing evaluation from Suns orthopedic surgeon Dr. Thomas Carter. Frye underwent a MRI Monday that revealed a dislocated right shoulder. The starting forward sustained the injury with 6:28 left in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game against the Thunder. […]
  • Suns look to extend winning streak in Boston

    PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns are riding high on their current four-game winning streak as they head into Boston to take on the Celtics Wednesday night. The Suns have won consecutive games in overtime that included thrilling last possession winning shots by Channing Frye. Phoenix started their winning streak with an impressive 105-97 win over […]
  • Nash’s replacement shouldn’t be the focus yet

    “You don’t replace Steve Nash.” Fans of the Phoenix Suns can only hope that general manager Lance Blanks isn’t trying to tell everyone that once Nash retires, the team plans to completely exclude a point guard from the starting rotation and play four-on-five basketball. While that may be a bit of an exaggeration, acknowledging the […]
  • Suns will travel far on crucial 6-game road trip

    PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns will have to travel pretty far for their next stretch of games, but they hope they’ll find something special at the end of their trip. The Suns, who did not practice Thursday, are heading out on a season-long six-game road trip that players believe will define the season. They’ll travel […]
  • Phoenix Suns acquire Aaron Brooks for Goran Dragic

    PHOENIX – Sports 620 KTAR’s John Gambadoro reports the Phoenix Suns have acquired guard Aaron Brooks from the Houston Rockets in exchange for guard Goran Dragic and a lottery protected first round pick. A 6-foot, 161-pound guard out of Oregon, Brooks is averaging 11.6 points, 3.8 assists and 1.5 rebounds this season. He is shooting […]
  • Gentry holds true to his word

    Not long ago, head coach Alvin Gentry made a promise to his team: win tonight and you get tomorrow off, from here on out. Tuesday night’s 102-101 home win over the Utah Jazz earned the team the day off even though they’ve got four days off beginning Friday because of the NBA All-Star break. Gentry […]
  • Suns content to stand pat at trade deadline

    The Phoenix Suns roster has undergone a drastic overhaul twice in a nine month span. Don’t expect them to do it for a third time prior to next Thursday’s NBA trade deadline. Team president of basketball operations Lon Babby made it very clear on Wednesday morning that he doesn’t expect the team to make any […]
  • Suns, Diamondbacks planning to light up downtown Phoenix

    PHOENIX — The Arizona Diamondbacks and the Phoenix Suns have formed a partnership to create an atmosphere in downtown Phoenix mindful of New York City’s Times Square and Las Vegas. The Legends Entertainment District will offer nearly 50,000 square feet of unique marketing opportunities with a blend of digital signage and super-graphic static billboards, including […]
  • Carter struggles to find rhythm and 4th quarter playing time

    Phoenix Suns shooting guard Vince Carter used to be called ‘half man, half amazing’, it may be time to send out a search party for the latter half. Since arriving in the Valley, Carter has struggled to find a rhythm offensively. He’s shooting just .422 percent from the floor, a percentage that ranks as the […]
  • Kings rookie Cousins will not play against Suns

    PHOENIX – Sacramento Kings rookie DeMarcus Cousins is not with the team as they visit the Suns in Phoenix. Cousins reportedly had an altercation with teammate Donte Greene after Saturday’s loss to Oklahoma City because Cousins didn’t get the ball late in the game. Kings head coach Paul Westphal would not comment on the supposed […]
  • Suns preparing to face a different Jazz team

    After getting back to .500 last night with a win over the Golden State Warriors, the Phoenix Suns travel to Utah to face a very different Jazz team tonight after the abrupt resignation of head coach Jerry Sloan. Ty Corbin, former Jazz player and assistant to Sloan for the past six years, will replace the […]
  • Colangelo reflects upon Sloan’s retirement

    The news that Jerry Sloan was stepping down from his position as head coach of the Utah Jazz, a position he has held since 1988, managed to surprise more people than just those living in the state of Utah. The entire sporting world was shocked and former Phoenix Suns owner Jerry Colangelo, who has a […]
  • Suns win over Warriors would bring them to .500

    The Suns can accomplish simultaneous victories Thursday, one against the Warriors and one in the standings. If Phoenix can beat Golden State, they will climb to 25-25, the first time they have achieved a .500 record since Dec. 15 at 12-12. Suns center Channing Frye said reaching .500 would be nice but the ultimate goal […]
  • Suns sign Dowdell for remainder of the season

    PHOENIX – Zabian Dowdell isn’t going anywhere, except to find a new place to live. “That’s my first priority is getting out of the Sheraton (Hotel in downtown Phoenix),” Dowdell said. “The bellmen and everybody, they know me by name. Everybody. The whole staff. They know me.” Dowdell can afford to move out after being […]
  • Suns struggle with shooting, officiating in loss to Thunder

    PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns entered Friday night’s game averaging 105.1 points per game. They scored 107. Vince Carter entered the game scoring 15 points per game. He finished with 33. Neither were enough to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Suns fell to the Thunder 111-107 at the US Airways Center and cost themselves […]
  • Suns defense set to take on Durant, Thunder

    PHOENIX – The Suns and their energized defense host Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder Friday. A depleted Suns squad won the first meeting between the teams to improve them to 13-13, but haven’t held a .500 record since. The Suns (23-24) hope another win against the Thunder will get them back to .500 […]
  • Gentry: I lost a little respect for Kevin Garnett

    PHOENIX – Respect is a funny thing. It is something that is earned, not given to a person. That’s a lesson Boston Celtics’ forward Kevin Garnett learned the hard way with one NBA head coach this week. Phoenix Suns head coach Alvin Gentry was a guest on Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash Thursday afternoon […]
  • Babby claims “circle of power” deserves credit for recent wins

    Phoenix Suns President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby credits the Suns current mini-streak of success to what he calls the “circle of power.” What is the “circle of power,” you may ask? No, it’s not a cheap hybrid of Elton John’s “Circle of Life” from the Lion King and the “Axis of Powers” in World […]

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