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  • Green’s buzzer-beater tops Jackson’s jumper, Suns drop record 14th straight

    The Phoenix Suns were shockingly in control throughout a Friday night contest in Houston but lost on a buzzer-beater by former Sun Gerald Green.
  • Without a win in March, Suns will also be without Booker, Warren in Houston

    The Phoenix Suns do not have a win in the month of March and their last game before April hits is in Houston against the Rockets.
  • Want to vote for the Suns player with the most hustle? Here’s your chance

    As part of the criteria for the 2018 Dan Majerle Hustle Award, Phoenix Suns fans have the chance to vote for a player that best resembles Majerle's hustle.
  • Before Loyola it was VCU: Daniels looks back at ‘amazing experience’

    Before Loyola Chicago, it hadn’t happened since 2011. And Phoenix Suns guard Troy Daniels was a part of that improbable run.
  • Shaq Harrison believes he belongs: With the Suns, he just might

    Shaq Harrison has already proven he can become an elite NBA perimeter defender. It might be enough for the Phoenix Suns to retain him next season.
  • ESPN: Might not be right time for Suns to pay Devin Booker

    As the Phoenix Suns limp to the finish line of a nightmare season, more pressing decisions await the franchise in the offseason.
  • Suns’ careers of future HOFers Steve Nash, Jason Kidd: By the numbers

    In today's NBA, the pass-first point guard has become a dying breed. At one time, the Phoenix Suns had two of the best in Steve Nash and Jason Kidd.
  • Suns Strokes: Suns fight hard but Clippers pull away in fourth quarter

    Without four starters and a backup center, the Suns fought hard at home but couldn't keep up with the Clippers in the fourth quarter.
  • Playing with marbles part of Isaiah Canaan’s long road back to Phoenix Suns

    Isaiah Canaan has a long road ahead still, but it’s amazing how far he has come in just a short amount of time after a gruesome ankle injury.
  • ESPN names Barkley, Nash among former Suns that changed the game

    When considering the Phoenix Suns' most influential players ever there's no need to look further than the team's only MVP players.
  • McDonough says Suns are willing to pay big for a prominent head coach

    Phoenix Suns general manager Ryan McDonough said the front office is prepared to spend big on a prominent head coach this offseason.
  • A ‘healthier’ Tyler Ulis playing better ball for Phoenix Suns

    Tyler Ulis has been playing his best basketball of the season for the Phoenix Suns in the final stretch of the season.
  • Suns Strokes: Big night from Jackson, Ulis not enough in loss to Boston

    It's up to even dozen now. And depending on your point of view, that may either be good or bad news for the Phoenix Suns, who dropped their 12th in a row.
  • Phoenix Suns’ Alan Williams: I’m ready to play

    There are only eight games left in the season and no one is looking more forward to those than Alan Williams.These last two-and-half weeks are his season.
  • NBA Draft Lottery positioning update: Suns hold No. 1 spot in final stretch

    The Suns have lost 26 of their last 28 games, reaching 11 defeats in a row this weekend. That has led to them holding a No. 1 spot in the reverse standings.