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  • Suns acquire Marcus Morris for 2nd round pick

    The Phoenix Suns have made a trade. As first reported by Yahoo’s Adrian Wjnarowski, the team has sent its 2013 second-round draft pick to Houston in exchange for forward Marcus Morris. Morris, who is the twin brother of Suns forward Markieff, is averaging 8.6 points and 4.1 rebounds in 21.4 minutes per game for the […]
  • Suns president Lon Babby addresses NBA trade deadline

    With the NBA trade deadline looming, the Phoenix Suns have been at the center of many a rumor in the past couple weeks. Some believe that Phoenix could be in the mix for Atlanta forward Josh Smith, while others have refuted that notion. The fact is, the Suns have some tradeable pieces and own the […]
  • Phoenix Suns: Season killers?

    The sports headline in Wednesday’s Oregonian following the Trail Blazers’ 102-98 loss to the Suns Tuesday night was apparently enough to declare the team’s season over. “Time for season’s obituary?” Ouch. The loss dropped Portland to 25-29 on the season. The team has lost six straight games and is currently 3.5 games out of the […]
  • ESPN trade that should happen: Al Jefferson to Suns for Dragic, Gortat

    It looks like’s Tom Haberstroh would like to see the Phoenix Suns get ripped off. In an ESPN Insider piece (ie: subscription only) titled “Seven trades that should happen”, Haberstroh writes the Suns should come to an agreement with the Utah Jazz that would bring Al Jefferson, Mo Williams and Earl Watson to Phoenix […]
  • Suns Strokes: Hot start paces Phoenix to impressive win following All-Star break

    Sure, you could read the box score and know who won, but we all know that won’t tell you everything that happened in a basketball game. So, we will give you Suns Strokes, providing you with the analysis, quotes and notes from the Suns’ 102-98 win over the Blazers on February 19. The Good: Despite […]
  • Report: Knicks showing interest in Jermaine O’Neal, Raptors in on Sebastian Telfair

    Tuesday afternoon, ESPN NBA insider Chris Broussard reported that the Phoenix Suns were likely out of the mix on Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith. But all is not quiet on the trade front. According to Broussard, the Suns might actually be sellers before Thursday’s NBA trade deadline. Sources: Knicks showing strong interest in Phx’s Jermaine […]
  • Report: Josh Smith to Suns for Gortat ‘unlikely’

    As the NBA trade deadline nears rumors and speculation are running rampant, and one of them says the Phoenix Suns are actively trying to acquire Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith. Now what the Suns would have to part with to land the 27-year-old remains to be seen, but ESPN NBA insider Chris Broussard says one […]
  • Defending Dwight Howard: A Phoenix viewpoint

    Dwight Howard has become one of the most polarizing names in basketball for all the wrong reasons. Whether it’s the constant trade rumors or Howard so desperately wanting to be liked, he is no longer looked at in a positive manner. I don’t think the media helps much, specifically Shaquille O’Neal (whose constant callouts of […]
  • Report: Phoenix Suns could be involved in Josh Smith sweepstakes

    The Phoenix Suns may have a big deal up their sleeve, after all. Yahoo Sports NBA columnist Adrian Wojnarowski tweeted the Suns could make a push for Atlanta Hawks’ forward Josh Smith. One more: In Josh Smith derby, several teams believe Suns are determined for deal after missing on Eric Gordon and Rudy Gay in […]
  • Report: Marcin Gortat’s trade value may have taken a hit

    With the NBA trade deadline approaching Thursday, Suns center Marcin Gortat was thought to be a hot commodity on the market. But according to ESPN Insider, Gortat’s trade value may have taken a hit. Over the last three games, he’s managed to score just 2, 6 and 4 points and two of those games came […]
  • Suns guard Shannon Brown: Jerry Buss always had a friendly feel

    When people talk about Jerry Buss, they talk about his extraordinary vision as a businessman and longtime successful owner of the Los Angeles Lakers. Suns guard Shannon Brown knows all of that to be true. He also knows of an individual who cared about his players. “He always had a friendly feel,” Brown, a one-time […]
  • South Carolina coach uses Michael Beasley as a good example

    Phoenix Suns fans know Michael Beasley as a free agent acquisition gone wrong, as the talented-yet-underachieving forward has averaged just 10.8 points and 4.1 rebounds per game. Sure, there have been flashes of the scoring ability that enticed the Suns to take a chance on him, but overall it would be fair to classify his […]
  • Suns analyst: Goran Dragic a natural shooting guard

    The Phoenix Suns signed Goran Dragic to a four-year, $34 million contract over the summer to replace Steve Nash at point guard. And in 51 games this season he’s been productive, averaging 14 points and 6.3 assists per game on 44 percent shooting. However, the last handful of games have seen Dragic play alongside Kendall […]
  • NBA trade deadline: Suns could be active sellers

    Collectively, they have not meshed. Individually, they are attractive assets. The Suns as we know them now may not look the same in one week’s time. The NBA trade deadline is next Thursday, February 21 at 1:00 Arizona time. The general manager, however, is already on record saying he expects everyone to remain on the […]
  • Lon Babby: Suns looking to build for long-term

    The Phoenix Suns are mired in last place of the Western Conference with a 17-36 record. With the NBA trade deadline approaching after the All-Star Break, rumors involving the Phoenix Suns have been circulating. Suns President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug & Wolf Wednesday that while it’s his hope to […]
  • A closer look at Kobe Bryant’s ‘historic’ night

    The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Phoenix Suns 91-85 Tuesday night at the Staples Center. There’s not really much surprise in that fact — the Suns are, after all, the worst team in the Western Conference. What was strange about the game was the performance of Kobe Bryant. The league’s fifth-leading all-time scorer didn’t attempt […]
  • Suns Strokes: Phoenix puts up fight, Lakers win late

    Sure, you could read the box score and know who won, but we all know that won’t tell you everything that happened in a basketball game. So, we will give you Suns Strokes, providing you with the analysis, quotes and notes from the Suns’ 91-85 loss to the Lakers on February 12. The Good: The […]
  • Suns guard Jared Dudley: Elite teams have players who know their roles

    During his four-plus seasons with the Phoenix Suns, Jared Dudley has experienced the highest of highs (played in the 2010 Western Conference Finals) and the lowest of lows (currently playing on the worst team in the Western Conference). Those range of experiences have made Dudley quite the expert on what intangibles elite teams have. “They […]
  • Suns president Rowley: Robert Sarver is not who people think he is

    Phoenix Suns president Jason Rowley wants to clear up some misconceptions. With the Suns destined to miss the playoffs for a third consecutive season, fans and media alike have expressed frustration over the team’s direction, with much of the blame being placed at the feet of owner Robert Sarver But, as he told Arizona Sports […]
  • Dragic, Marshall: Suns new backcourt duo

    It was an idea first discussed back in training camp, but only now has it materialized: Goran Dragic and Kendall Marshall sharing the same backcourt. “I think they have the size” to make it work, according to interim head coach Lindsey Hunter. “Kendall has the ability to get us settled and to just allow Goran […]

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