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  • Forbes: Suns are NBA’s 8th most-valuable team

    The Phoenix Suns may be struggling on the court, but according to Forbes they are still in the upper echelon of NBA franchises when it comes to team value. The Suns came in eighth on the list with a total value of $411 million. Former Sun Amar’e Stoudemire now plays for the top-rated team, with […]
  • Suns’ Babby clarifies, gives explanation to fans

    PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns are struggling. They have been since the season started in late October. With a record of 20-24 and currently four games out of playoff contention fans are understandably frustrated. After all, this is a team that was within two wins of making the NBA Finals just last season. After their […]
  • Suns return from road facing important homestand

    PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns will start a key five-game homestand this week after an up and down road trip. The Suns seemed to be getting it together as they won five straight including the first three of their road trip before dropping the last two games to lowly Detroit and Philadelphia. Phoenix (20-23) sits […]
  • Ultimate Arizona Sports Fantasy Draft – Phoenix Suns

    This week the NHL will partake in its first ever All-Star Game Fantasy Draft. The draft, much like those that take place on playgrounds around the world on a daily basis, will pit team captains Niklas Lidstrom and Eric Staal against each other while they select who their teammates for the game will be from […]
  • Will Steve Nash be traded? The market is there

    It seems that the biggest question facing the Phoenix Suns so far through this transitional season has been whether or not to trade point guard Steve Nash. ESPN NBA analyst Ric Bucher has joined those speculating and believes that trading the face of the franchise is the right move. “I believe, quite honestly, that’s what […]
  • Gentry says new additions are starting to fit in better

    PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns have played much better over the last week, winning four straight games as they make a push to make it back to .500. The biggest reason for the team’s success has been that players are finally starting to find their place, Phoenix Suns Head Coach Alvin Gentry told Sports 620 […]
  • Majerle sees Suns finding their identity

    After struggling to a 3-8 record after trading Jason Richardson, Hedo Turkoglu and Earl Clark, the Phoenix Suns have begun to find a rhythm. Since the slide, the team has won four straight games and beginning to find itself. It’s not just fans who are noticing the change, assistant head coach Dan Majerle as a […]
  • Suns announce season ticket prices for 2011-12

    PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns announced today that there will be no increase in prices for Suns season ticket plans for the 2011-12 season. Season ticket prices are reduced for over 35% of the seats at US Airways Center; the prices in these select sections are in effect for those who renew by February 17. […]
  • Suns are the Suns in win over Trail Blazers

    PHOENIX – 115. That is the number of points the Suns scored in their 115-111 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers Friday night, the first time they’ve won consecutive games since early December. 53.8. That number represents the Suns’ field goal percentage, as they made 42 of 78 shots on the night. The Suns beat […]
  • Suns won’t trade Nash to fix problems

    After making a surprise trip to the Western Conference Finals last season, the Phoenix Suns have struggled mightily this year. The team has failed to find any rhythm at all and, as a result, finds themselves with a 15-21 record. Despite the poor start, don’t expect former MVP Steve Nash to be traded as part […]
  • Lon Babby offers Suns fans an apology

    It’s not very often in professional sports that a fanbase will get an apology from a team’s front office. After a 132-98 drubbing at the hands of the Denver Nuggets, the Phoenix Suns President of Basketball Operations did just that. As a guest on Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf show Wednesday morning, Lon Babby […]
  • Dudley, Suns prepare for possible lockout

    Jared Dudley is “slightly worried”. He’s not concerned about the Suns’ current season or his personal stats. No, he’s worried about the future. With each passing day, the threat of a lockout in the NBA grows closer and closer. “You should definitely expect it. If you’re a player, you should definitely expect it,” said Dudley, […]
  • Phoenix Suns searching for identity, lineups

    PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns have lost three consecutive games and seven of their last nine. While searching for wins, they are also seeking lineups that work well together. The Suns used their 11th different starting lineup in Friday’s 121-96 loss to the Knicks and while some of the changes have been necessitated by injuries […]
  • The gamble to let Amare leave

    Owning a professional sports team is as much about gambling as it is about making the best decisions based on conventional business wisdom. With high profile athletes come high price tags with even less guarantee that past output will be indicative of future performance. It’s a business model that rewards reckless spending and betting big. […]
  • Suns’ Gani Lawal out for the season

    PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns’ front-line took another hit Thursday as it was discovered that rookie Gani Lawal tore the ACL and MCL in his right knee during the team’s morning practice. Lawal will have surgery on the knee once the swelling goes down, likely over the next two weeks. The Suns selected Lawal with […]