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  • New billboard in Phoenix shows the future of Suns basketball

    It didn't take long for the Phoenix Suns to show the Valley their new big three following the 2018 NBA Draft. A billboard featuring No. 1 overall pick Deandre Ayton, guard Devin Booker and forward Josh Jackson was put up just hours after the draft.
  • Fast friends Deandre Ayton, Mikal Bridges now teammates with Suns

    By mere coincidence, with the selections of Deandre Ayton and Mikal Bridges in the 2018 NHL Draft, the Suns reunited two very good friends.
  • Suns give fans a look into the NBA Draft war room

    In honor of picking No. 1, the Suns' brass decided to let the fans in on the monumental night, showing what transpired in the war room leading up to and after the first pick was submitted.
  • NBA Draft grades: Suns get mostly high marks by nabbing Ayton, Bridges

    There is nuance that might not make everyone give the Phoenix Suns a complete and confident thumbs-up after the 2018 NBA Draft, especially regarding the deal to acquire Mikal Bridges.
  • Trade for Bridges made Suns GM feel like ‘Grinch’; McDonough talks cost

    Suns GM Ryan McDonough admits it's a risk to trade the Miami Heat's 2021 unprotected NBA Draft pick, but the reward for acquiring Mikal Bridges from the 76ers was worth it.
  • Suns’ McDonough: Ayton is one of the top five prospects GM has ever scouted

    Suns GM Ryan McDonough discussed when the team settled on Deandre Ayton in the 2018 Draft and where Luka Doncic stood on the team's board.
  • Short and sweet: The month Ayton, Bagley spent together at Hillcrest

    Marvin Bagley and Deandre Ayton played together at Hillcrest Prep together for one month and put on a show for everyone around them.
  • Suns hit it out of the park and other winners from 2018 NBA Draft

    With the number-one overall pick, the Phoenix Suns were bound to be on many lists of winners in the 2018 NBA Draft, but it was their second maneuver of the night that cemented their status.
  • McDonough: With four-player 2018 NBA Draft class, Suns addressed needs

    GM Ryan McDonough believes the Phoenix Suns' 2018 NBA Draft class of Deandre Ayton, Mikal Bridges, Elie Okobo and George King fits the team's needs.
  • ‘No hard feelings’: After trade from 76ers, Bridges ‘happy’ to join Suns

    Draft night is always busy, especially for those players on location in Brooklyn waiting to hear their name called by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. Villanova guard/forward Mikal Bridges' evening may have been a bit busier than most.
  • Colorado forward George King drafted by Suns 59th in NBA Draft

    At the end of the 2018 NBA Draft, the Phoenix Suns closed with four rookie additions, the last of which came with the selection of Colorado wing George King at the 59th pick.
  • For Deandre Ayton and Suns, NBA Draft night reveals brighter horizons

    Even the expected storylines for the Phoenix Suns, such as the selection of Deandre Ayton, represented a turning point for the team and their new franchise center.
  • Suns nab French guard Elie Okobo with 31st overall pick in NBA Draft

    After nabbing two rookies ready to contribute immediately in Deandre Ayton and Mikal Bridges, the Phoenix Suns went the other direction to start the second round, selecting French point guard Elie Okobo with the 31st overall pick.
  • Fitting trade: Deal for Mikal Bridges is win-now move for Suns

    The Sixers traded Mikal Bridges to the Phoenix Suns in the 2018 NBA Draft for Zhaire Smith and a 2021 pick owed to Phoenix from Miami and it fits the Suns' needs greatly.
  • Deandre Ayton wants to ‘start a winning legacy’ with Suns

    Deandre Ayton gives the Suns both an inside presence and an outside threat, the latter of which is coveted in this pace and space NBA.