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    Alec Burks may provide something the franchise has not seen in nearly 20 years, a dynamic scoring shooting guard. He has the perfect frame, 6-6 195 lbs. and is both long and athletic. As an attacking offensive guard he is the best in the class with an elite ability to get to the free-throw line […]
  • NBA Draft Profile: Markieff Morris

    Markieff Morris is known as the other half of the Morris Twins of Kansas, he is the bigger of the two at 6-8, 241 lbs. His calling card is defense and rebounding, both are attributes that the current group of Suns big men already possess. The skills of Markieff went largely unnoticed by the casual […]
  • NBA Draft Profile: Tristan Thompson

    Tristan Thompson is an athletic power forward standing 6-8 who, in just one year at the University of Texas proved to be a top prospect. What makes Thompson unique was the rapid development he showed on defense in one year, his offense is not far behind. Physically he is ready for the NBA, he may […]
  • Who will the Phoenix Suns take at No. 13?

    Who will the Phoenix Suns select with the No. 13 pick in Thursday’s NBA draft? That’s the question we posed to the hosts at Sports 620 KTAR and the staff at ArizonaSports.com and they gave us some interesting answers. Do you agree or disagree with the guys? Let us know who you think the Phoenix […]
  • NBA Draft Profile: Kemba Walker

    Kemba Walker was the player of the year in college basketball, the slight point guard is only 6-1, 184 lbs, but plays with a bigger heart than anyone. In his first two years Walker was scrutinized for not being what most viewed him to be. He was not passing enough, he was not scoring enough […]
  • NBA Draft Profile: Marcus Morris

    Marcus Morris is the more commonly known Morris twin due to his scoring prowess. While he stands 6-9, 230 lbs. the dynamic scoring big man insists he is able to play the small forward in the NBA. His handle and shooting insist he can play on the perimeter, scoring is not where Marcus is questioned. […]
  • Trading Nash to Minnesota would be cruel

    Despite what ESPN’s Chad Ford has claimed, the Phoenix Suns are saying they aren’t trading Steve Nash to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Maybe that’s because they realized just how mean that would be to the former MVP. “I’m all for trading Nash and getting what you can for him because you know the end is near […]
  • Could Williams replace Nash at the box office?

    If the Phoenix Suns were to trade Steve Nash they would not only be losing their point guard, but the face of the franchise as well. The most well-known Sun, the team would have to weigh the on-court losses as well as the ones at the box office, as they’d surely have to find a […]
  • (Un)Lucky No. 13 for the Suns in draft

    When the Suns give their pick to Commissioner David Stern they will be OK as long as they do not write “Jay Humphries, Colorado point guard” on the card. The last time the Suns were in this position, drafting with the lucky number 13, they selected the talented-but-disappointing point guard. Humphries appeared in only 294 […]
  • Nash is happy in Phoenix

    While Steve Nash’s name has been mentioned in various trade rumors, as it is every year, the standout point guard is loyal to the Suns. “When you’re in a situation (where) you’ve given a lot of your career to one franchise, you feel at home there,” Nash said prior to his charity soccer event in […]
  • Suns choice between Morris and Shumpert

    Though we can’t be certain of who will be available to the Suns when they are set to make their pick in Thursday’s NBA Draft, they do seem to be narrowing the list of potential candidates. A day before the draft Suns pick could come down to Markieff Morris or Iman Shumpert, Suns brass split […]
  • New York media just won’t quit with Nash rumors

    The New York media is at it again. Apparently in the Big Apple Lon Babby saying his club won’t deal Steve Nash translates to trade talks about the point guard are ‘heating up’ between the Suns and Knicks. Maybe the confusion is because they’re from a city that never sleeps (we hear sleep deprivation can […]
  • Suns can’t, won’t get equal value for Steve Nash

    Though they are consistently denying the possibility, if the Phoenix Suns were to trade Steve Nash they would be faced with an unfortunate reality. “I think the window, they’ve missed the window on getting equal or better value for their piece known as Steve Nash,” Sports 620 KTAR’s Ron Wolfley said on the Doug and […]
  • Jimmer could adopt a Nash-like mentality

    One of the more favorable comparisons for BYU’s Jimmer Fredette has been Steve Nash. Excellent shooters who also share the ability to…umm…play basketball, Ron Wolfley from Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf show said the soon-to-be-rookie could prove the comparison right — if he can handle the ball. “I think Jimmer Fredette could adopt a […]
  • Teams keep asking about Nash, Suns keep turning them down

    Some NBA teams are like the guy that keeps hitting on the same woman despite being turned down over and over again, they just can’t take a hint. That’s because, despite the Phoenix Suns front office claiming a zillion times — make that a zillion and one — they won’t trade Steve Nash, teams still […]
  • Suns adamant about not dealing Nash or Gortat

    Remember that game you used to play as a kid where you’d stare at another person and the first one to blink lost? The Phoenix Suns and certain writers around the league are in the midst of an epic one of those games right now. In three days, three separate rumors involving the Suns made […]
  • Suns squash report of initiating trade talks involving Nash

    The Phoenix Suns once again had to answer a report that mentions a potential trade of their star point guard Steve Nash. The Suns’ answer to the report is the same as it has been; no, Nash won’t be getting traded. Lon Babby, Suns President of Basketball Operations, called Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug & Wolf […]
  • What happens if Suns trade up and D-Will is gone?

    Rumors have circulated that the Suns are interested in trading up to get the No. 2 selection in the NBA Draft and, presumably, Arizona’s Derrick Williams. What if, though, they make a deal with Minnesota only to watch Cleveland take Williams with the first-overall pick? “That would be the risk, you move up to number […]
  • Suns ready for anything in Thursday’s draft

    What does visiting eight different countries and attending 120 practices and or games over a five month period get an NBA franchise? Other than jet lag and a serious case of home sickness, it gets them a completed draft board. That’s the path the Phoenix Suns director of player personnel John Treloar traveled to help […]
  • Suns call Gortat trade rumors unfounded

    Marcin Gortat shouldn’t hand in his t-shirts and shorts for parkas and show boots just yet. Despite trade rumors that suggest the Phoenix Suns are looking to deal their center and the No. 13 pick to Minnesota for the No. 2 pick and Nikola Pekovic, the team’s front office sounds like they don’t want to […]

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