Share this story...
Latest News
  • Babby: Suns should not overreact to current struggles

    The Suns are currently 6-11, and have dropped their last three home games, all to some of the Eastern Conference’s bottom feeders. Suns President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby, a guest on Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf, said he’s almost not allowed to panic. “We all have different functions and different roles,” Babby said. […]
  • Suns’ Robin Lopez suspended by NBA

    Stu Jackson, the NBA’s Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations, announced on Wednesday that Phoenix Suns’ center Robin Lopez has been suspended for one game without pay for improper conduct towards a game official. Lopez made contact with official Rodney Mott during the second quarter of the Suns’ loss to Toronto Tuesday night at U.S. […]
  • Babby: Lopez a microcosm of Suns season

    It’s been an eventful 24 hours for Suns’ center Robin Lopez. Lopez was ejected from Tuesday night’s 99-96 loss to the Toronto Raptors for brushing official Rodney Mott. Wednesday, Lopez was suspended without pay for one game (about $35,000) for his transgression. Also on Wednesday, Lopez’s play and contract status were the subjects of discussion […]
  • Suns lose to Raptors for first time since ‘Hey Ya!’ was popular

    February 10, 2004. This date may not mean much to you, but it is kind of important in the rivalry that is Suns vs. Raptors. February 10, 2004 was the last time Toronto topped Phoenix – until Tuesday night. It was also a time when OutKast’s “Hey Ya!” was the number one song on Billboard’s […]
  • Suns need to part ways with Robin Lopez

    It is time for the Phoenix Suns to recognize that Robin Lopez will never amount to anything more than a below- average backup center. And once they do that they need to find a team that is willing to trade for the 7-footer who was the 15th pick in the 2008 NBA draft out of […]
  • Frustration setting in with Suns

    Tuesday night’s 99-96 loss to the Toronto Raptors revealed a lot of not-so-flattering traits on the face of the Phoenix Suns. First of all, the Raptors had lost eight straight games, mostly due to a sputtering offense that had churned out a less-than-spectacular 81 points per game during the stretch. Secondly, the Raptors never beat […]
  • Former GM Kerr: Letting Lopez go would not be good

    The Suns have some big decisions to make with Steve Nash and Robin Lopez about their futures, but getting rid of both may not be the best choices. Rumors about Nash leaving have gone on for months and involve different teams, but TNT analyst and former Suns GM Steve Kerr said he’ll be tough to […]
  • Former GM Kerr: You can’t get a whole lot of value [for Nash]

    Even if the Suns were inclined to trade Steve Nash, there’s a decent chance they’ll be unable to do so. Sure, Nash is still one of of the best point guards in the game, as he’s averaging 14.3 points and 10.1 assists per game, numbers that are not far off from some he posted during […]
  • Nash’s play has surprised Cuban, but owner would still let him go

    By his own admission, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban let Steve Nash depart as a free agent in the summer of 2004 because he didn’t think the player would last this long. Nash, who was 30 at the time, was coming off three straight seasons of playing at least 78 games, but that didn’t matter […]
  • Suns catch break with Nowitzki out

    The Suns are catching another break on their grueling road trip with Dirk Nowitzki being held out of Monday’s game against Dallas. The Suns, who are 6-9, look to go over .500 for the road trip. With Nowitzki out tonight, the Suns will have played teams missing a key player in four out of the […]
  • Nash to Orlando? Magic would have interest

    Steve Nash has expressed his desire to stay in Phoenix, but the trade rumors won’t stop until the March 15 deadline passes or he’s moved before then. According to CBS NBA insider Ken Berger,, the Orlando Magic will have an interest in the point guard if the Suns decide to trade him. Nash “could push […]
  • Suns and Celtics have more in common than bad records

    The Suns and the Celtics have a lot of things in common, the glaring one being that both teams have been struggling so far in this abbreviated season. The 5-9 Suns are trying to capitalize on their victory over the Knicks Wednesday, while the 5-8 Celtics are trying to get back to their winning ways […]
  • Suns may miss Rondo Friday in Boston

    The Suns may have caught another break on their road trip with the possibility of going up against the Boston Celtics without starting point guard Rajon Rondo. Rondo attempted to brace for a landing while going up for a basket against the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday, but fell awkwardly on his right wrist. He was […]
  • Are the Suns finally ready to trade Nash, hit rock bottom?

    Sometimes you do have to go through a cycle in this league, and that’s the reality of it. January 18, 2012 could one day be looked at as the date when the Phoenix Suns, as a franchise, saw its fortunes finally turned around. It has nothing to do with the team’s 91-88 win in New […]
  • It’s time for the Suns to free Steve Nash

    Do you like Steve Nash? Then let him go. Do you revere, value, and marvel at what Steve Nash has done for the Suns? Then let it go. Do you acknowledge and concede that Planet Orange still orbits around the brightest Sun in franchise history? Then let yourself go. Unclench thy fists, we say. Set […]