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  • Suns look to head into All-Star break with a win over Warriors

    The Phoenix Suns look to match their season-best three- game winning streak Wednesday as they host the Golden State Warriors (12-17) in the final game before the All- Star break. Phoenix (14-19) has won its past two games partly in thanks to the All-Star-like numbers of center Marcin Gortat, who averaged 20.5 points and 11 […]
  • Nash, by his standards, struggling at the foul line

    Jaws drop. Eyebrows raise. Fans gasp. Yes, it’s been happening more this season after Steve Nash steps away from the foul line. “Just haven’t had a great rhythm at the line,” he said. “Just misssed more than I usually would.” Now let’s be clear, Nash is an excellent free throw shooter. The best. Ever. Or […]
  • ESPN: No trade talk for Steve Nash

    Welcome to the Steve Nash no-trade train, ESPN. While numerous Phoenix-based media organizations have been saying Nash is refusing a trade for weeks, ESPN has now jumped on the bandwagon. J.A. Adande sat down with Nash to talk about his trade value, his desire to stay in Phoenix and the question of a title, which […]
  • Suns committed to growing fan base

    The Phoenix Suns are making a commitment to get more involved with the community and their fans, in an effort to grow the fan base, boost business and bring in a younger demographic. The newly-appointed Suns President of Business Operations Brad Casper joined Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf for the final day of Newsmakers […]
  • Newsmakers Week: Babby asks for patience

    This has been a difficult season for the Phoenix Suns. It’s been tough on the players, the fans and management. Most expected better. Everyone wants better. And the plan to get better, Babby told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf as part of Newsmakers Week, is in place. “The first step in any plan is […]
  • Gentry says Suns bench can’t produce, ‘opportunities slip away’

    The Phoenix Suns finished playing three games in three days, and losing all three gave a bleak outlook for the rest of the season. Suns coach Alvin Gentry sat out Steve Nash and Grant Hill against the Denver Nuggets on Feb. 14 to allow them to rest and recuperate, which became the golden opportunity for […]
  • Newsmakers Week: Gentry talks challenges, Lin, Morris

    Alvin Gentry knew this would be a difficult season, but the lockout made things even more challenging. The Suns coach, a guest on Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Wednesday as part of Newsmakers Week, said the game seems to be coming quickly. “I’ve gone through a lockout before, but not really like this,” Gentry […]
  • Can Suns build around Nash if he stays?

    The Phoenix Suns have been building around Steve Nash pretty much since the day he signed with them in 2004. Looking for bigs who could roll to the basket and shooters who could hit from three, the Suns have always tried to find players who could compliment the two-time league MVP. Though 38 and nearing […]
  • Lin is a top point guard but Nash is not?

    Linsanity has taken over America, prompting some to ask where the sensation ranks among the NBA’s best point guards. An ESPN poll asks fans to decide, pitting New York’s Jeremy Lin against Chicago’s Derrick Rose, LA’s Chris Paul and Boston’s Rajon Rondo. One other selection, dubbed “someone else,” is also available. And that’s where they […]
  • Suns face back-to-back-to-back set

    Jared Dudley remembers the last time he played three games in three days: the 2006 ACC Tournament. After successive wins over Maryland and North Carolina, Dudley’s Boston College Eagles fell to top-seed Duke, 78-76 in the championship. “That third game,” he said before pausing. “I’m telling you, it’s a beast. It’s definitely a beast.” Dudley […]
  • Suns have home court disadvantage

    Whether the sign outside read “America West Arena” or “US Airways Center” as it does now, the building in downtown Phoenix in which the Suns play their home games has always served as an advantage. Until now. The Suns lost for the seventh time in front of their fans Thursday night, dropping their overall home […]
  • Suns lack fourth quarter scoring punch

    They say it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish. If that’s true, then the Suns have it backwards. In their last three games, the Suns are averaging 30 points in the first quarter. However, they’re scoring just over half as much in the fourth quarter (15.7 points), getting outscored 72-47 in the final […]
  • Steve Nash named an All-Star reserve

    Steve Nash will be going to his eighth All-Star game after all. Not voted in as a starter, the Suns’ point guard was selected as a reserve by the Western Conference coaches. Averaging 15.1 points and an NBA-best 10 assists per game, Nash is playing as well as he ever has — including when he […]
  • Former Suns GM: Nash would never ask for a trade

    If Steve Nash ever wanted to be traded, there’s only a few people around who would probably know about it. Former Suns GM Steve Kerr is one of them, because not only was he in charge of the team’s roster for a time, but he also was the one who signed the point guard to […]
  • Nash deserves All-Star game, also needs rest

    The selections for the 2012 NBA All-Star reserves will be announced Thursday night, and Steve Nash will find out if he’ll play in the game for an eighth time. But, with the high amount of the games the Suns are left to face in the rest of the season, Suns coach Alvin Gentry is unsure […]
  • Suns tinker with rotation, leave Warrick and Brown on the bench

    The Phoenix Suns have won their last three games, and while things seem to be going well for the team, the same can’t be said for Hakim Warrick and Shannon Brown. Regulars in the rotation early in the season, neither has played the last two games, and have now found themselves out of the rotation. […]
  • Babby: We’re trying to build a culture brick-by-brick

    The Phoenix Suns are one of the NBA’s most successful franchises, posting a 1,965-1,554 record across nearly 44 seasons and only missing the playoffs 14 times. However, they’ve never won an NBA Championship, and they don’t appear to be anywhere close to that elusive first title this season. Still, it should come as no surprise […]
  • NBA analyst knows Suns are in tough spot with Nash

    Steve Nash is presenting the Suns with an interesting problem. Nash, at 38, is averaging 15.1 points and 10 assists per game on .559 shooting. He hit the game-winning shot Tuesday in Milwaukee, and is playing about as well as he ever has. However, the Suns are still on the outside of the playoff race […]
  • Suns’ Markieff Morris to play in Rising Stars game

    Suns rookie Markieff Morris has been a pleasant surprise this season, averaging 7.2 points and five rebounds per game. The 13th pick in the draft out of Kansas, Morris was selected as one of nine rookies to play in the NBA’s Rising Stars Game on All-Star weekend. Morris becomes the seventh player in franchise history […]
  • Nash celebrates 38th birthday in style

    When you’re a child, it seems like the whole world caters to your every whim on your birthday. Presents, parties, special meals prepared, phone calls from relatives — you get the idea. When you get into your late 30s, the special nature of a birthday wears off. It sadly becomes just another day at the […]

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