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    There have been some bumps, but Dan Bickley takes you through who in the sports world has succeeded and who has faltered during the pandemic.
  • 2020 NBA Draft rescheduled for Nov. 18, subject to change

    The National Basketball Association announced Wednesday that the 2020 NBA Draft will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 18, and air on ESPN.
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  • Suns pick PG Tyrese Haliburton in The Ringer’s NBA mock draft 1.0

    The potential for Iowa State PG Tyrese Haliburton to grow into the Phoenix Suns' starting role with Ricky Rubio's contract up in two years is not a stretch.
  • Report: Suns assistant coach Darko Rajakovic joins Memphis Grizzlies staff

    The Phoenix Suns have lost their third assistant coach from the 2019-20 season as Darko Rajakovic has reportedly left for the Memphis Grizzlies' staff.
  • Report: NBA, NBAPA discussing potential Nov. 18 draft date

    According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, "the league has informed teams of a potential revised 2020 NBA Draft date of November 18."
  • Suns add former T-Wolves assistant Brian Randle to Monty Williams’ staff

    Brian Randle, who spent last year as a Minnesota Timberwolves player development coach, has been hired by the Phoenix Suns.
  • Mickelson, Westphal among 2020 Arizona Sports Hall of Fame class

    The Arizona Sports Hall of Fame announced its 2020 class on Tuesday, with Phil Mickelson and Paul Westphal making the cut.
  • NBA flourishing without fans in attendance in thrilling bubble playoffs

    Dan Bickley gives his thoughts on the NBA's restart and the top storylines to come from a very successful month of games.
  • Steve Nash signs deal to become Brooklyn Nets head coach

    Former Phoenix Suns point guard and two-time MVP Steve Nash has signed a four-year deal to lead the Brooklyn Nets, reports ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Suns, Mercury to utilize Madhouse on McDowell as a voting center

    A task force featuring members of the Suns organization has secured the Madhouse on McDowell as a voting center for the upcoming November elections.
  • Ty Jerome raising money for clean water in underdeveloped countries

    With fantasy football, NBA players including Ty Jerome are inviting fans to help raise money to provide areas of need with access to clean water.
  • Former Phoenix Suns player Cliff Robinson dies at age 53

    Cliff Robinson, who played for the Phoenix Suns for four of his 18 years in the NBA, died at the age of 53, UConn announced Saturday.
  • Suns owner Robert Sarver issues statement on postponements

    Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver issued a statement Thursday in the wake of postponements across the sporting world that started in the NBA.
  • NBA players decide to resume play, but Thursday’s games postponed

    Players in the National Basketball Association voted Thursday to continue the playoffs, but Thursday's games will be postponed.
  • Windhorst: Word is Suns intend to ‘reduce their spending’ next season

    A lot of NBA teams could be losing a lot of money next season, and that could severely impact the way those teams attack this upcoming offseason.
  • Behind the scenes of Suns chaos ending in drafting Ayton over Doncic

    Dan Bickley reports on a hectic year in the Phoenix Suns organization and front office that ended in the decision to pass on Luka Doncic.
  • Nike celebrates Mamba Day with powerful ad featuring Taurasi, Booker

    Aug. 24, or 8/24, represents Mamba Day with his two playing numbers, and 2020's version was the first without Kobe Bryant after his death on Jan. 26.
  • Report: Suns among teams expected to pursue Raptors’ Fred VanVleet

    The Athletic's Shams Charania reported Monday the Suns, Detroit Pistons and New York Knicks are expected to emerge as suitors for Fred VanVleet's services.
  • Fans invited to join Suns’ Ty Jerome in fantasy football league for clean water

    Suns guard Ty Jerome is part of a group of NBA players participating in a fantasy football league that will benefit clean water programs in East Africa.

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