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  • Will Suns trade Nash before it’s too late?

    Entering the final year of his contract, Suns point guard will be the center of trade rumors all year until something happens. Despite Suns President Lon Babby’s numerous denials that Nash will be traded, Arizona Sports 620’s Ron Wolfley thinks that this will be the season Nash will finally be dealt. “Steve Nash probably is […]
  • Locked out no more — a look at what’s to come

    The lockout is over. I never thought I would read those words in regards to the NBA this year, and yet here I am, jumping for joy after unwrapping the early Christmas gift that was given to me by Billy Hunter and David Stern. As you can tell, I am a fan of the NBA. […]
  • Suns Dowdell bowls for charity

    It’s Tuesday night. Zabian Dowdell is supposed to be at US Airways Center playing basketball; instead he’s a couple of blocks down the street, bowling. “I’m a horrible bowler,” he said moments before rolling a strike. Dowdell, the Suns backup point guard, is at Lucky Strike in downtown Phoenix. He and his friends are raising […]
  • Suns’ Brooks headed to China

    According to various reports, including one by Yahoo! Sports NBA writer Adrian Wojnarowski, Phoenix Suns point guard Aaron Brooks has signed a one-year deal to play basketball in China. The deal, with Guandong of the Chinese Basketball Association, is believed to be worth north of $2 million and does not include a opt-out clause that […]
  • NBA Commissioner David Stern: ‘Season now in jeopardy’

    NEW YORK, November 14, 2011 – NBA Commissioner David Stern has issued the following statement: “At a bargaining session in February 2010, Jeffrey Kessler, counsel for the union, threatened that the players would abandon the collective bargaining process and start an antitrust lawsuit against our teams if they did not get a bargaining resolution that […]
  • The road less traveled? Suns keep rolling in win over Pacers

    The following article is not real. It is our best guess as to what would have happened had the NBA season actually started on time, playing every game on the 2011-12 schedule. Clearly that’s not the case, and every stat, quote or observation below never actually happened. But without REAL NBA basketball to talk about […]
  • Suns hit the road, continue winning ways

    The following article is not real. It is our best guess as to what would have happened had the NBA season actually started on time, playing every game on the 2011-12 schedule. Clearly that’s not the case, and every stat, quote or observation below never actually happened. But without REAL NBA basketball to talk about […]
  • Hot shooting Suns get by Trail Blazers and win third straight

    The following article is not real. It is our best guess as to what would have happened had the NBA season actually started on time, playing every game on the 2011-12 schedule. Clearly that’s not the case, and every stat, quote or observation below never actually happened. But without REAL NBA basketball to talk about […]
  • How ’bout them Suns? Phoenix knocks off Lakers

    The following article is not real. It is our best guess as to what would have happened had the NBA season actually started on time, playing every game on the 2011-12 schedule. Clearly that’s not the case, and every stat, quote or observation below never actually happened. But without REAL NBA basketball to talk about […]
  • Channing Frye: ‘This whole situation’s very weird’

    The Phoenix Suns were supposed to open their season Wednesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder, but instead the US Airways Center was like every other NBA arena: empty. Players and owners are still trying to reach a deal on a new collective bargaining agreement, and until they do the NBA’s lockout will continue. And […]
  • Suns open season with impressive win over Thunder

    The following article is not real. It is our best guess as to what would have happened had the NBA season actually started on time, playing every game on the 2011-12 schedule. Clearly that’s not the case, and every stat, quote or observation below never actually happened. But without REAL NBA basketball to talk about […]
  • Gentry, Suns preparing for season

    Alvin Gentry is ready. In fact, he is more than ready. “We’re very much prepared, okay.” The Suns head coach, like everyone else, is waiting for the NBA season to begin. It was suppose to get underway tonight against Oklahoma City. The lockout though has canceled that game in addition to 15 other Suns games […]
  • Sarver, Suns hanging nets but not playing games

    Today was supposed to be game one. Instead it was day one of a community outreach initiative called “Operation Orange Nets”. The Suns—rather than opening the 2011-2012 season, were at Excelencia School in Phoenix Wednesday morning to promote active and healthy lifestyles. “Can’t talk about the lockout. Can’t talk about the lockout. That’s not for […]
  • More NBA games canceled; no chance for full season

    Remember all that talk about optimism regarding the NBA labor talks in New York? Forget about it now. Talks broke off between the two sides on Friday, as there was reportedly no movement on the BRI (basketball related income) split. Players, who received 57% of BRI in the last collective bargaining agreement, wouldn’t concede to […]
  • LeBron James hoping for Steve Nash to join him in Miami?

    Last offseason LeBron James was able to convince Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade to join him in Miami. Will Steve Nash be next? James, who is either bored, playing GM or both, sent out a tweet Thursday that got the NBA world abuzz. Maybe @SteveNash in a Heat uni! So we can help each other […]
  • Colangelo remains optimistic

    There have been hours and hours of talks between owners and players in the National Basketball Association concerning the NBA lockout that has at least delayed the 2011-12 season. One thing that’s been missing in all of these talks is optimism. Former Suns owner Jerry Colangelo, who has a little experience in dealing with an […]
  • NBA to cancel more games, won’t be the last time says Jared Dudley

    The NBA has already canceled the first two weeks of the regular season on account of the lockout, and it appears more missed games are on the way. Rumor has it the league is set to forego another two weeks, a prospect Suns forward and team player representative Jared Dudley tweeted about. Sad to hear […]
  • An NBA Insider who doesn’t bash Robert Sarver?

    Day 112 of the NBA lockout began with some optimism. It ended on Thursday night with none. Talks between the players and owners broke down, public accusations flew from both sides, and no further talks were scheduled following three straight marathon bargaining sessions in New York. One of the more prevalent themes of this work […]
  • Steve Nash: Suns point guard, NBA’s 14th-best player

    Steve Nash may be the sun, moon and stars for the Phoenix Suns organization, but when it comes to his status among the NBA’s best he fits right in at No. 14. According to ESPN.com, which is ranking every player in the NBA (hey, they have to do something during the lockout), the veteran point […]
  • Suns fans will miss out on some attractive games

    After thirteen hours of negotiations over a two-day period, NBA commissioner David Stern faced the media and made an announcement that basketball fans did not want to hear. Stern canceled the first two weeks of the regular season, which was slated to begin Tuesday, November 1st with three games. The Phoenix Suns were scheduled to […]

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