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  • Eric Gordon signs offer sheet from Suns

    Now that the moratorium on player movement in the NBA is over, the Phoenix Suns were able to move forward and sign restricted free agent guard Eric Gordon to an offer sheet. Arizona Sports 620’s own John Gambadoro reported it would happen Wednesday, and it did. Suns will sign Eric Gordon to the offer sheettoday […]
  • Watch: Steve Nash’s press conference in L.A.

    It all becomes official now. The NBA’s moratorium on player movement is over, and free agents can sign their contracts with new teams. That includes former Phoenix Sun Steve Nash, who is in Los Angeles to sign his deal with the Lakers and be introduced at a noon press conference. View more videos at: http://nbclosangeles.com. […]
  • Report: Suns will turn to Mayo if Gordon falls through

    The Suns made it obvious that their number one target in free agency was New Orleans guard Eric Gordon, but with the Hornets set to match it may be time for option two. And that, according to ESPN NBA insider Marc Stein, is Memphis guard O.J. Mayo. If Hornets match PHX offer sheet to Eric […]
  • Steve Nash lands in Los Angeles

    You know you’ve gone Hollywood when your arrival in Los Angeles is covered by TMZ. Steve Nash fits into that category, as the former Phoenix Sun is in southern California to sign his contract, and be introduced to the world as the newest member of the Los Angeles Lakers. When the TMZ reporter asked Nash […]
  • Report: Hornets not scared, will match Suns offer to Gordon

    Well that stinks. The Phoenix Suns were successful in getting star shooting guard Eric Gordon to agree to a contract, but it appears it will all be for naught. According to ESPN NBA insider Ric Bucher, the New Orleans Hornets will exercise their right to match the offer and keep the 23-year-old in town. Said […]
  • Report: Grant Hill looking at OKC, Miami

    Now that Steve Nash has exited stage left and gone to Hollywood to continue and likely end his basketball career, some of the Phoenix Suns’ focus turns toward veteran free agent forward Grant Hill. Hill, who will turn 40 in October, is rumored to have interest in joining Nash in Los Angeles with the Lakers […]
  • ESPN insider: Suns did the right thing by Steve Nash

    How could the Phoenix Suns let Steve Nash go? And, to facilitate a trade of their franchise guard to the rival Los Angeles Lakers, no less. While fans are understandably wrestling with emotions of bitterness and betrayal after Nash’s shocking departure, ESPN NBA insider Ric Bucher urges the Suns faithful to look at the bigger […]
  • ESPN insider: Suns likely to land Gordon in sign-and-trade

    As recently as last offseason, the New Orleans Hornets traded away a star because he said he did not want to be there. It’s the team’s decision to part with Chris Paul that has ESPN NBA insider Ric Bucher thinking they’ll ultimately do the same with Eric Gordon. Score one for Phoenix. Maybe. “They recognize […]
  • Suns draft picks highlight summer league roster

    July 9, 2012: Suns announce Las Vegas summer league roster Markieff Morris missed out on an NBA summer of play and instruction following his selection by the Suns in the draft last season because of the lockout. He will benefit this offseason, however. Morris and this year’s first-round draft pick Kendall Marshall are apart of […]
  • ESPN Insider tells how Nash to L.A. came together

    If you were using the weekend to apply a healing salve to cool the sting that was the Phoenix Suns agreeing to a sign-and-trade deal to send the most popular player in their history to the Los Angeles Lakers for draft picks, sorry. That sting may return. Marc Stein of ESPN sat down with Nash […]
  • Suns hoping Hornets learned nothing from history

    The up-and-coming shooting guard wanted to leave, but had little say in the matter. Whether because of a perceived slight by his current team, the idea of becoming “the man” somewhere else, or simply a desire to skip town, the plan was to sign an offer sheet somewhere else. “It’s a lot of things,” the […]
  • Suns withdraw qualifying offer to Aaron Brooks

    The Phoenix Suns have announced that they have withdrawn their qualifying offer to guard Aaron Brooks. Brooks is now an unrestricted free agent. Brooks was acquired by the Suns in 2011 in exchange for Goran Dragic and a first round pick. He averaged 9.6 points and 4.2 assists in 25 games with the Suns, but […]
  • Kurt Warner understands why Nash would go to Los Angeles

    Kurt Warner won one Super Bowl with the St. Louis Rams and took them to another, and was the key player in “The Greatest Show on Turf.” So, maybe it will be a surprise when you realize the QB played in more games for the Arizona Cardinals than he did for the team he started […]
  • Gordon: If Hornets match, ‘I’d be disappointed’

    Eric Gordon’s got a lot on his mind. The shooting guard, who’s got four years of NBA experience under his belt, is not only trying to nail down a spot on U.S. Olympic team, but is also attempting to wiggle his way out of New Orleans to play for the Phoenix Suns. Gordon agreed to […]
  • Gordon still set on wanting to play in PHX

    The Suns’ front office has been busy finishing up the details of the Steve Nash sign-and-trade deal with the Lakers and signing Goran Dragic and Michael Beasley to contracts. But what about the latest on the Eric Gordon front? The restricted free agent guard from New Orleans desperately wants to play in Phoenix after visiting […]
  • No Gordon, Suns could bring Michael Redd and Shannon Brown back

    While everyone waits on the New Orleans Hornets and their decision with regards to matching Eric Gordon’s contract with the Suns, Phoenix has to go about preparing contingency plans. Those plans may include bringing back a couple of shooting guards who were with the team last season. According to Arizona Sports 620’s John Gambadoro, the […]
  • Shannon Brown: Kobe and Nash will work just fine

    While everyone is chiming in on how the newly-formed Steve Nash-Kobe Bryant backcourt pairing will operate with the Los Angeles Lakers, few have the unique perspective of free agent guard Shannon Brown. Brown spent three seasons alongside Bryant in Los Angeles, and of course was part of the 2011-12 Suns, so he’s qualified to share […]
  • Steve Nash’s audio message to Suns fans

    Goodbyes are never easy, especially when you’re a high- profile athlete in a city that adores you. Steve Nash is one of those athletes, and is faced with saying goodbye to a fan base that supported him for the past eight seasons (and ten total). Nash, of course, is the newest member of the Los […]
  • ESPN analyst: ‘I don’t understand what Phoenix is doing’

    The Phoenix Suns agreeing to send Steve Nash to Los Angeles via a sign-and-trade with the Lakers has been met with shock, anger and plenty of questions. One such question is, simply, why? ESPN NBA analyst Jon Barry is asking that question, though it’s why the Suns would make the deal they did. After all, […]
  • Steve Nash a Laker is weird for L.A. fans, too

    Steve Nash is a Laker. Repeat that phrase again. As a diehard Lakers fan, I never thought this could or would ever happen. All of us here in L.A. figured he would retire, ring-less as a Sun. I for one have always enjoyed the way Steve Nash played basketball. I never enjoyed how the Suns […]

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