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  • Could Aaron Holiday end up as Suns’ No. 16 pick in draft?

    With two older brothers already in the NBA, Aaron Holiday impresses at Suns predraft workouts as a possible future point guard.
  • PG Landry Shamet calls himself ‘a good fit’ for Suns, Kokoskov

    If the Phoenix Suns draft Deandre Ayton, point guard Landry Shamet looks like a good option in the mid-first round and early second round.
  • Scar tissue of Diaw, Stoudemire suspensions torn off after Love ruling

    After Kevin Love did not get suspended for leaving the bench, the scar tissue was torn off and an old wound was reopened for the Boris Diaw and Amar'e Stoudemire suspensions.
  • Mohamed Bamba believes Suns would be playoff contender with him

    Texas center Mohamed Bamba believes the Phoenix Suns would benefit greatly from his skills if they were to select him in the NBA Draft.
  • His teammates agree: Deandre Ayton should be the Suns’ No.1 pick

    For guards Rawle Alkins and Allonzo Trier, there is no debate: Deandre Ayton is the No. 1 player in the country and should be the No. 1 pick in the draft.
  • Steve Nash wonders how NBA’s bench-leaving rule will be viewed this time

    Warriors consultant Steve Nash wonders if Kevin Love will be suspended for leaving the bench area during a dust-up in Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers.
  • Arizona’s Sean Miller not buying defensive concerns for Deandre Ayton

    Arizona head coach Sean Miller does not think there's much suspense about who the Phoenix Suns will take with the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NBA Draft.
  • EOTS’ 5 at No. 16: Would De’Anthony Melton be a reach for Suns?

    Former USC Trojans guard De'Anthony Melton is a jumper away from becoming a very promising NBA Draft prospect. He could fit the Phoenix Suns' needs at No. 16.
  • Suns hope new assistant Corliss Williamson’s edge rubs off on roster

    As a player, Corliss Williamson was known as “Big Nasty”, a nickname he received when he was young and carried with him throughout a standout high school, college and pro career.
  • A center not named Ayton: Suns work out USC big man Chimezie Metu

    USC center Chimezie Metu worked out for the Phoenix Suns and could be an option on the board with their second-round NBA Draft pick.
  • The 5: Biggest Arizona sports storylines during a wild month of May

    From the Suns winning the NBA Draft Lottery, to Josh Rosen's initial month on the job for the Cardinals, to the Diamondbacks' rough month, here are the best storylines of May.
  • ESPN panel: Suns should draft Ayton No. 1

    ESPN analysts Adrian Wojnarowski, Mike Schmitz and Seth Greenberg believe the Suns should select Deandre Ayton with the first pick in the June 21 NBA Draft.
  • EOTS’ 5 at No. 16: Would Suns gamble, wait on Zhaire Smith’s development?

    For the Suns and prospect Zhaire Smith in the NBA Draft, the question is this: Would they take a player with the rawest offensive skillset of any top-20 prospect and put him in a crowded wing group?
  • ASU’s Kodi Justice, Shannon Evans hope to extend basketball careers, work out for Suns

    Phoenix Suns hosted ASU’s Kodi Justice and Shannon Evans II on Tuesday morning for pre-draft workouts. Both believe they can keep playing at a high level.
  • ESPN’s Elhassan leans toward Doncic, doubts Ayton is generational talent

    If he were in charge of the Phoenix Suns, ESPN's Amin Elhassan would lean toward Luka Doncic over Deandre Ayton atop the 2018 NBA Draft.