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  • 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 […]
  • Steve Nash would consider taking less money to join contender

    Things have turned around for the Phoenix Suns, as they would be in the playoffs if they started today. However, Steve Nash said while this season has been rewarding, it hasn’t exactly been the most fun. “I wouldn’t put it up there with the funnest just because it’s fun when you have a team that […]
  • Jamal Crawford has eyes for Phoenix?

    The Portland Trail Blazers (badly) lost a game to the Phoenix Suns Monday, falling 125-107. They may also soon lose a player. Guard Jamal Crawford, who is averaging nearly 14 points per game this season, apparently wouldn’t mind making the Valley of the Sun his home. At least, that’s what it sounds like, according to […]
  • Gentry deserves praise…and an extension

    There are five games left in the regular season and I have no idea whether the Phoenix Suns will make the playoffs or not. But I do know this: Alvin Gentry deserves a contract extension regardless of what happens. I don’t usually pine for coaches to get extension. In fact, for me it’s just the […]
  • Nash says he’ll play vs. Portland; Hill unsure

    Steve Nash sat and watched most of the Suns’ 105-91 loss to the Spurs in San Antonio Saturday night. After playing just under six minutes, head coach Alvin Gentry pulled Nash from the game after the veteran point guard tweaked his hip. With the Spurs already leading 21- 4, the decision was easy for the […]
  • Playoff implications abound as season nears close

    For the Phoenix Suns, it’s time to buckle down and win some games. With only five or six games remaining for the teams vying for the final slots in the Western Conference playoffs, the Suns are win-or-go-home mode if they want to return to the NBA’s postseason. Phoenix is currently in 9th place in the […]
  • Nash wins back-to-back awards…again

    It’s been six years since Suns’ guard Steve Nash won the second of his back-to-back NBA Most Valuable Player Awards. But at the age of 38, Nash is still collecting hardware., a popular basketball website, has named Nash its “Tweeter of the Year” for the second straight season. “It ranks high,” Nash said in […]
  • Grant Hill returns in Suns’ win over Rockets

    Phoenix Suns’ forward Grant Hill returned to the court Friday just two weeks after undergoing knee surgery to repair a torn right meniscus. Alvin Gentry stated before the game that Hill would not start for the Suns. Hill saw his first action of the contest when he came off the bench to replace Shannon Brown […]
  • Babby: Fight for playoffs, ‘may run out of time’

    The Suns have just a handful of regular season games, meaning they’re running out of time to secure a postseason bid. However, if they fail to reach the playoffs, it won’t be because of how they’ve played in the season’s second half, since the team has very much rebounded from its 14-20 record at the […]
  • Hill returns to action Friday, won’t start

    Just two weeks after undergoing knee surgery to repair a torn right meniscus, Phoenix Suns forward Grant Hill will return to the court Friday in Houston against the Rockets. According to Arizona Sports 620’s Kyndra de St. Aubin, Hill won’t start for head coach Alvin Gentry, and instead will assume a bench role for the […]
  • Gentry: Won’t know until final games if playoff bound

    It seemed like a long shot for the Phoenix Suns to make the postseason based on how they played in the first half of the season. But the Suns are 16-8 since the All-Star break and surging in an attempt to earn a playoff berth. Suns coach Alvin Gentry said it’s going to come down […]
  • Eric Gordon a future Phoenix Sun?

    Eric Gordon has had a tough first season in New Orleans. After being traded to the Hornets in the deal that sent Chris Paul to the Los Angeles Clippers, Gordon led his team to an opening night victory over the Phoenix Suns at US Airways Center. Since then, it’s gone pretty much downhill. Gordon injured […]
  • Suns ready to get Hill’s defense back

    Memphis’ Rudy Gay ran over Phoenix’s defense on the way to scoring 32 points in the Suns 104-93 loss Wednesday night. As a guest on Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo show Thursday, Suns head coach Alvin Gentry said Grant Hill could have been used to defend Gay. “He’s our best defensive player, and Rudy […]
  • Mock draft links Suns to Duke’s Austin Rivers

    As the Suns continue to climb up the NBA standings they, in turn, are falling in the NBA’s draft order. Still out of the playoffs (for now), any mock draft has the team selecting in the latter part of the lottery. Should the Suns land at 14th, Chad Ford, in an ESPN Insider piece, says […]
  • Playoffs? Suns will have to really earn spot

    Suns coach Alvin Gentry, in a late-March interview with our own Burns and Gambo, said the team needed to approach its final 15 games as if they were playoff contests. “We’ve got to treat every game as a playoff game,” Suns coach Alvin Gentry told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo. “It has to be […]
  • Suns battle Grizzlies in crucial late-season game

    The Phoenix Suns are peaking at the right time. The Suns (30-27) have been on fire, streaking to the fourth-best mark in the NBA since the All-Star Break at 16-7, a mark bettered by only San Antonio, Chicago and Boston. However, Memphis (33-23) has also been playing well, notching a 14-8 record since the break. […]

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