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  • Kelly Oubre Jr. slaps floor for Suns, gets scored on by Doncic

    Kelly Oubre Jr. slapped the hardwood for the Suns and was immediately scored on. Twitter did not let him get away with it.
  • Jones: Suns ‘look forward’ to having Kelly Oubre Jr. for ‘long time’

    Suns co-interim general manager and vice president of basketball operations James Jones told 98.7 FM's Burns & Gambo the Suns are ecstatic with Kelly Oubre Jr.'s level of play.
  • Suns beat Kings, snap 6-game skid as Kokoskov pushes right buttons

    Igor Kokoskov got strong performances out of Deandre Ayton and Richaun Holmes as the Phoenix Suns rallied from 21 down to beat the Sacramento Kings.
  • Suns rookie Elie Okobo dines with French vets, Quincy Acy hopes to stick

    Elie Okobo picked the brain of fellow Frenchman Tony Parker and Boris Diaw when the Hornets visited the Suns over the weekend.
  • Suns’ Kokoskov all-in on Ayton; Booker’s injury ‘nothing major’

    Suns' head coach Igor Kokoskov joins Doug & Wolf to discuss Devin Booker's injury and the future of Deandre Ayton and the Phoenix Suns' season.
  • ESPN NBA mock draft has ASU’s Luguentz Dort going No. 20 to Spurs

    ASU freshman guard Luguentz Dort is already making a name for himself. And now, ESPN's Jonathan Givony has Dort going 20th overall to San Antonio.
  • Devin Booker’s back added to long list of injuries for young Suns star

    Phoenix Suns star shooting guard Devin Booker is questionable for Tuesday's game due to a back injury, another injury to add to a long list for the 22-year-old.
  • Phoenix Suns sign forward Quincy Acy to 10-day contract

    The Phoenix Suns signed NBA veteran forward Quincy Acy to a 10-day contract, the team announced Monday, confirming an earlier report.
  • Booker-less Suns taken to pick-and-roll school in loss to Hornets

    Devin Booker went down to a back injury, but the Suns were ultimately burned by poor pick-and-roll defense against Kemba Walker and the Hornets.
  • Lonzo Ball wants former Suns coach Earl Watson to head UCLA basketball

    Los Angeles Lakers point guard and former UCLA standout Lonzo Ball said in an interview he'd prefer Watson take over as the Bruins' head coach.
  • Suns and City of Phoenix lay out reasons for new deal in first meeting

    The first round of public discussions were held on renovations to Talking Stick Resort Arena, the home of the Phoenix Suns.
  • Suns dig latest hole for themselves in first quarter, fall to Clippers

    After giving up 44 points in the first quarter on Wednesday, the Suns allowed 38 points in the opening 12 minutes on Friday in a loss to the Clippers.
  • Josh Jackson stuck in crowded wing group, background of Suns’ rebuild

    Josh Jackson is no longer near the top of the Phoenix Suns' list of valued assets in a rebuild. Now what?
  • Devin Booker benefiting, learning the NBA’s touchy rules to draw fouls

    Devin Booker is among the most frequent visitors to the foul line, but the Phoenix Suns star has a ways to go to reach the level of All-Star James Harden.
  • Suns’ Devin Booker No. 9 west guard in first NBA All-Star voting release

    Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker made the cut in the first round of NBA All-Star voting, but he's well behind his Western Conference peers.
  • The Ringer: A Devin Booker experiment that would mimic Harden

    Rockets guard James Harden is attempting an unprecedented number of 3-pointers. Could Devin Booker follow in taking his shot pattern to the extreme?
  • Suns take big opening punch, can’t complete comeback in loss to 76ers

    The Phoenix Suns had another strong comeback attempt on Wednesday night but it came after another awful defensive performance.
  • Suns crumble at end of first half against Warriors, drop third straight

    The Phoenix Suns have played their last three games against the best of the Western Conference and have three losses at home.
  • Suns’ comeback prevented by defensive shortcomings vs. Nuggets

    Even after a strong comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, the Suns couldn't fight back from the hole they put themselves in defensively against the Nuggets.
  • Richardson: Seven Seconds or Less Suns ‘would’ve won’ if not broken up

    Quentin Richardson believes the Suns team he was a part of would have won a title if they stayed together and had a few more cracks at it.

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