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  • Reflecting on a legend

    It may be too soon, but what kind of legacy is Steve Nash leaving behind? Put aside, for a moment, the trades and offseason moves that have clouded the last five seasons, and acknowledge what Nash has done for the city of Phoenix. “Everyone knows what he has done for the franchise. If you go […]
  • Gentry: Early mistakes kept team from playoffs

    The Phoenix Suns could have been in a much different spot if this were an 82 game season. A strong second half push put the team back in playoff contention in recent weeks, once again surpassing the expectations of those in the sports world. Unfortunately, it was too little too late for a team that […]
  • Telfair wins Suns’ Majerle Hustle Award

    When it comes to hustle, there is one clear winner on the Phoenix Suns: point guard Sebastian Telfair. Voted on by fans, players, coaches, employees and Suns Assistant Coach “Thunder” Dan Majerle himself, the Majerle Hustle Award looks to honor guys who do all the little things — diving for balls, giving up the basket […]
  • Time for Suns and Nash to part ways

    The Suns made me look bad by failing to reach the playoffs. I’ve had their backs all season, writing multiple times that not only will they reach the postseason, but they’ll also be a dangerous underdog once they get there. Good thing I’m not paid by my accuracy rate. At least I hope not. There […]
  • Suns made life without Nash tough on themselves

    Was it worth it? Three years or so ago the Phoenix Suns had a decision to make: Trade Amare Stoudemire before he likely left as a free agent, or make one last run with him, future be damned. They decided to make one final run, and were rewarded with a trip to the Western Conference […]
  • Five reasons why the Suns aren’t in the playoffs

    Since the Phoenix Suns were eliminated from playoff contention Tuesday by the Utah Jazz, something must have gone wrong. But what? Actually there were a variety of reasons why. Here are five reasons for why the Suns aren’t participating in the 2012 postseason. 1. No star offensive player: A team cannot continue to have success […]
  • Six games that really sunk the Suns

    On the surface, you can look at Tuesday night’s 100-88 loss to the Utah Jazz as the game that killed the Phoenix Suns’ 2011-12 playoff aspirations. And, in a way, you’d be right. The Suns played without Channing Frye, who was sidelined with a shoulder injury, and got just three minutes of playing from Grant […]
  • Suns head to Utah in control of playoff destiny

    Two roads will lead the Suns back to the playoffs after a one year absence. Both require a win in Utah Tuesday. “We are a now in a must win situation…if we want to keep our season going,” said head coach Alvin Gentry. “We know the magnitude of the game. We know that we’re in […]
  • Frye, Hill uncertain for game at Utah

    Earlier this season the Suns played the New Jersey Nets without Steve Nash and Grant Hill and lost, 110-103. To this point, that mid-January game remains the only game in which the Suns played minus two starters because of injury. However, a second such occurrence may happen in Utah Tuesday. Channing Frye (shoulder) and Grant […]
  • Nash moves into 5th on all-time assists list

    Saturday was a tough day for the Phoenix Suns. Alvin Gentry’s team lost 118-107 to the Denver Nuggets, making their path to the playoffs a little bit more difficult. They also lost forward Channing Frye to a right shoulder injury, the same shoulder he dislocated last season during the Suns’ push for the postseason. But […]
  • Suns ‘due for a win’ vs. Nuggets

    The Suns next “biggest game of the season” comes Saturday when the Denver Nuggets visit for a rare matinee game at US Airways Center. Denver has won five of the last six meetings, including the first two this season. “I think we’re due for a win,” said Steve Nash, who had 14 points and 11 […]
  • Suns shedding ‘soft’ label

    The Phoenix Suns have relinquished their title as the NBA’s softest team. Even though it wasn’t pretty the Suns got the ugly, physical win over the playoff-bound Clippers 93-90 Thursday night. With 6:13 to go in the fourth, emotions were running high when Robin Lopez fouled Blake Griffin hard as he was about to dunk […]
  • NBA Insider: Steve Nash likely to stay in PHX

    Outside of the Phoenix Coyotes’ ownership saga, the longest-running sports drama in the Valley has surrounded Steve Nash and whether the two-time MVP will stay with the Suns. Seemingly, a day hasn’t passed over the last two years without some Nash trade-related story hitting the internet. With the trade deadline well in the rear-view mirror, […]
  • Babby: Playoffs a nice reward for team in transition

    The Phoenix Suns are in transition, according to President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby. That means they’re not one of the league’s best teams and certainly not a contender to win the NBA title. But they do have a shot at reaching the playoffs, and, as Babby told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf, it […]
  • Gentry’s attention is on playoffs, not contract extension

    Suns head coach Alvin Gentry has one more year left on his contract with the franchise, and there’s been no word yet of an extension to be given. And although he wants to stay in the Valley, whatever happens to his future, he knows it’s for the best. “I found in the past if those […]
  • Steve Nash is closing in on history

    Steve Nash has already achieved greatness, but he still has room to add more recognition. Nash, who passed Kevin Johnson Feb. 1 as the Suns’ all-time leader in career assists, needs 10 more to move into fifth place on the NBA’s all-time list. The two-time MVP, who is averaging 10.8 assists per game this season, […]
  • Suns induct former coach MacLeod into Ring of Honor

    The Phoenix Suns inducted former coach John MacLeod into their Ring of Honor Wednesday. MacLeod, who coached the Suns from 1973-1987, is the winningest coach in franchise history with a total of 579 victories. The induction ceremony took place at halftime of the Suns’ 109-97 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder. “The Phoenix Suns are […]
  • Without Hill, Suns have hands full with Durant

    Whenever you play the Oklahoma City Thunder, you know your hands will be full trying to deal with Kevin Durant, the league’s two-time defending scoring champion. When you’re forced to face Durant without your best defensive player, your hands get even fuller. That’s the boat the Phoenix Suns find themselves in Wednesday night as they […]
  • Crawford could fit with Suns, but team is ‘rolling’

    Portland Trail Blazers guard Jamal Crawford stated on Monday his desire to come to Phoenix, and he could receive a warm welcome by players if he does move here. Suns forward Jared Dudley told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Tuesday that Crawford’s interest in the team spans back to last summer. “I talked to […]
  • Nash is still here, so fans should just enjoy the ride

    “Just sit back and enjoy the ride” One of the greatest point guards I’ve ever seen play the game is still a proud member of the Phoenix Suns. Will we be able to say the same thing a year from now? Not only do I not have that answer, but I strongly believe that even […]

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