Share this story...
Latest News
  • Happy homecoming: Redd helps Suns down Bucks

    The only way that Michael Redd’s Milwaukee homecoming could have been better would have been if the Bucks actually rolled out a red carpet. The 11-year vet sparked Phoenix’s second unit, scoring 10 points in the first three and a half minutes of the second quarter, helping the Suns down the Bucks 107-105. Redd admitted […]
  • Michael Redd returns to Milwaukee as a Sun

    Only a handful of players have left as indelible an impression on the Milwaukee Bucks franchise as Michael Redd has. Redd wore the green and red (and at times, purple) of the Bucks for 11 seasons and trails only Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Glenn Robinson and Sidney Moncrief on Milwaukee’s all-time scoring list. So it’ll be a […]
  • At 38, Steve Nash is playing like few have

    Happy birthday, Steve Nash. The Suns’ star turned 38 Tuesday, and to celebrate he will lead his team in Milwaukee against the Bucks. Phoenix is looking for its third consecutive win, a feat the team has not accomplished this season. However, as rare as a Suns winning streak is, what’s even more difficult to find […]
  • Report: Steve Nash has no interest in being traded

    All along the Suns have maintained that they have no interest in trading star point guard Steve Nash, and would only part with him if he asked to be dealt. That hasn’t happened — at least not yet. According to a report by CBSSports.com’s Ken Berger, the Suns would accommodate Nash’s wish to be traded, […]
  • Suns start brutal stretch in Atlanta

    They may not be racking up wins at the desired pace, but the Phoenix Suns are definitely about to rack up some serious frequent flier miles. Alvin Gentry’s team will take to the court seven times in six different cities in 10 days, a brutal stretch that begins Monday night in Atlanta against the Hawks. […]
  • Suns get big contribution from Redd in win

    There was a bit of a ripple around the league when the Phoenix Suns signed free agent veteran guard Michael Redd to a contract in late December. After all, Redd had been an NBA All-Star, a member of the gold medal- winning U.S. Olympic team at the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing, and a career […]
  • Al McCoy doesn’t see Suns parting with Nash

    The voice of the Phoenix Suns Al McCoy is weighing in on the future of Steve Nash. Nash’s age-defying performance against the New Orleans Hornets Wednesday — in which he broke the Suns’ franchise record for assists and dropped 30 points in the process — showed the two-time MVP is as dominant as ever. So […]
  • Suns look to continue winning against Rockets

    The Phoenix Suns, who have owned the Houston Rockets recently, look to continue that trend over their Western Conference foe. Phoenix had won seven straight against Houston until March of last season, when the Rockets beat the Suns 95-93 at Toyota Center. Phoenix played that game without Steve Nash, who was out with a hip […]
  • Nash 4th, Gortat 5th in All-Star balloting

    Steve Nash is fourth for Western Conference guards and Marcin Gortat is fifth for centers on the 2012 NBA All-Star voting ballot. The starters have been chosen, but the reserves are selected by the 30 NBA head coaches. The coaches must vote for seven players in their conference. That group will consist of two forwards, […]
  • Nash breaks record while playing in pain

    Steve Nash had another historic game Wednesday, surpassing Kevin Johnson to become the Suns’ all-time leader in assists. The game against New Orleans was Nash’s first night back since injuring his left thigh during a game against Memphis on Saturday. He was able to score 30 points while posting 10 assists, bumping his record with […]
  • No longer run-and-gun, Suns seem content to keep Nash and just run in place

    The thought came to me about as quickly as the Suns went from Western Conference finalist to lottery team. It’s weird being a Suns fan right now, as I find myself wanting the team to lose while being disgusted at the idea of them re-signing Nash. — Adam Green (@theAdamGreen) January 30, 2012 Two questions […]
  • Suns rookie Morris prefers a bench role

    Make no mistake. Markieff Morris wants to be a starter in the NBA. Just not right now. The Suns rookie is back in his familiar spot, a more comfortable spot: coming off the bench. “It’s the best role for Markieff right now,” said head coach Alvin Gentry, who added it was Morris who approached him […]
  • Nash breaks franchise career assist record

    The Phoenix Suns’ franchise guard can now add another illustrious milestone to his storied career. Steve Nash surpassed Kevin Johnson as the Suns’ all-time leader in assists — returning to the lineup against the New Orleans Hornets Wednesday after nursing a left knee contusion. Nash, who entered the game needing seven assists for the record, […]
  • Suns try to bounce back in New Orleans

    Things aren’t going very well this season for the Phoenix Suns, but they can hang their hat on one simple fact — they’re not the New Orleans Hornets. The two struggling teams meet Wednesday night in New Orleans. Phoenix is coming off a disappointing loss to Dallas Monday, which dropped their record to 7-13. Losing […]
  • Frye isn’t going to stop shooting

    Channing Frye is a shooter. But he dived into the philosophical with this tweet Tuesday morning: Follow @Vincemarotta
  • What’s the best dunk in Suns’ history?

    A couple of recent dunks in the NBA have set the sports world abuzz. LeBron James’ hurdle dunk over John Lucas of the Chicago Bulls Sunday got people out of their seats, but it may have been topped by Blake Griffin’s posterization tomahawk “throw” against Kendrick Perkins of Oklahoma City Monday night. Anyway, it got […]
  • ‘Free Steve Nash’ makes it to t-shirts

    There is a contingent of NBA fans that feels bad for Steve Nash. The thought is that the 37-year-old is suffering — even languishing — as he continues to put up great numbers for a team that isn’t any good. Thus, the “Free Steve Nash” movement was born, and while it doesn’t quite have the […]
  • Kevin Johnson’s record is safe, for now

    Steve Nash’s pursuit of the franchise’s all-time mark for career assists is on hold. The Suns’ point guard missed Monday night’s game against Dallas because of a left thigh injury, leaving him seven assists shy of breaking the record currently held by Ring of Honor member Kevin Johnson. “It’s just not something that you can […]
  • Steve Nash out for Monday’s game vs. Mavericks

    A left-thigh bruise will keep Steve Nash out of the lineup Monday as the Suns host the NBA champion Dallas Mavericks. The injury, suffered Saturday in a win over the Memphis Grizzlies, came at the end of the game. “I need to be able to run. Right now I can’t really run,” he said following […]
  • Suns not done with Nash this summer?

    Steve Nash’s contract is set to run out at the end of the 2011-12 season, and it has generally been assumed he’ll leave the Suns for a team that is closer to winning an NBA championship. That may not be the case. According to HoopsWorld.com, the Suns may actually be looking to sign Nash to […]

Suns Interviews and Podcasts