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  • Suns begin ‘new chapter’

    October 1, 2012: Suns media day Former Boston Celtics head coach Rick Pitino — following a March 1, 2000 home loss to the Toronto Raptors, uttered these famous words: Larry Bird is not walking through that door, fans. Kevin McHale is not walking through that door, and Robert Parish is not walking through that door. […]
  • Suns add former ASU star Diogu, others to training camp roster

    The Phoenix Suns announced they have added five players to their training camp roster, including former ASU star Ike Diogu. A six-year NBA veteran who was originally drafted by the Golden State Warriors ninth overall in 2005, Diogu has also spent time with the Trail Blazers, Kings, Clippers and Spurs. Diogu has career averages of […]
  • Suns’ Channing Frye has good chance of full recovery

    The Phoenix Suns got bad news Thursday when it was learned that Channing Frye would be out indefinitely after a routine preseason physical performed by team cardiologist Dr. Tim Byrne revealed the forward had developed a dilated cardiomyopathy (enlarged heart). Friday, Frye, Byrne and Suns president of basketball operations Lon Babby addressed the media, with […]
  • Suns’ Channing Frye sidelined indefinitely

    Phoenix Suns forward Channing Frye will be sidelined for an indefinite period of time, according to a press release issued by the team Thursday. Frye has developed a dilated cardiomyopathy, an enlarged heart. The issue was discovered during Frye’s preseason physical. The former Arizona Wildcat will be re-evaluated in December. “Nothing is more important to […]
  • Bakersfield Jam holding open tryouts in Phoenix

    The Bakersfield Jam, the Suns’ D-League affiliate, will be holding open tryouts in the Phoenix area on Sept. 22 and 23 at US Airways Center. The top 20 players from the tryout will be selected to play in an All-Star game to conclude the two-day training camp. Pre-registration costs $150. However, you can still register […]
  • Jared Dudley steps into leadership role

    The Phoenix Suns underwent a considerable roster makeover this summer. Gone are veterans like Steve Nash and Grant Hill, leaving not only a void with talent, but also leadership. Enter Jared Dudley, who is now the longest-tenured member of the team at three-and-a-half years. A guest of Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Friday, the […]
  • Suns interested in bringing Leandro Barbosa back

    Leandro Barbosa was a popular player during his seven year run with the Phoenix Suns. Nicknamed the “Brazlian Blur,” Barbosa averaged 12.6 points per contest, posting a career-best mark of 18.1 points per night in 2006-07. He won the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year Award that season. Nagging injuries along with depth at the […]
  • Coyotes 6th, D-backs 10th in ESPN’s Ultimate Team Rankings

    Arizona teams are receiving plenty of respect in ESPN’s tenth annual Ultimate Team Rankings. The ranking system ESPN used is based on a combination of bang for the buck (revenue based), fan relations, ownership, affordability, stadium experience, players, coaching and title track. Despite not having an owner, the Coyotes rank sixth on the list and […]
  • Suns release 2012-13 TV broadcast schedule

    The Phoenix Suns announced their 2012-13 regular season television schedule Wednesday, and it will allow fans to follow all 82 regular season games on FOX Sports Arizona or one of the NBA’s national broadcasts. Starting with the home opener on October 31 against the Golden State Warriors, FOX Sports Arizona and FOX Sports Arizona Plus […]
  • Suns did little to improve this offseason, according to writer

    You could likely count the number of analysts who think the Phoenix Suns had a great offseason on one hand. Still, while few would argue that the Suns had a disastrous summer, it’s tough to figure losing Steve Nash and Grant Hill, among others, and replacing them with Goran Dragic, Michael Beasley and Luis Scola […]
  • Suns projected to finish second-worst in West

    Maybe Suns fans who are afraid the team is destined for mediocrity this upcoming season have nothing to worry about. rolled out its Summer Forecast for the Western Conference Tuesday, a list where they survey a plethora of ESPN basketball analysts and come up with some preseason rankings. The Suns come in 14th, ahead […]
  • Suns announce 2012-13 preseason schedule

    The Phoenix Suns will open their 2012-13 preseason schedule Wednesday, October 10 vs. the Sacramento Kings at Power Balance Pavilion, the team announced Thursday. In all, the Suns will play seven preseason games, including three on their home floor at US Airways Center: October 12 vs. Portland, October 22 vs. Sacramento and October 26 against […]
  • O’Neal feels great, wants to bring physicality to Suns

    When the Phoenix Suns came to contract terms with free agent veteran center Jermaine O’Neal, one of the first questions that came to mind was “can he still play?” It is a fair question. After all, O’Neal didn’t look at all like a six-time All-Star during his two-year stint with the Boston Celtics. With Boston, […]
  • ESPN: Suns have second-worst future in all of basketball

    If things weren’t looking up for the Phoenix Suns before, they sure aren’t now. At least, that’s how ESPN writers Chad Ford and John Hollinger feel. In an ESPN Insider piece titled Future Power Rankings, the Suns come in ahead of only the Charlotte Bobcats when it comes to projection for the next few years […]
  • Suns come to terms with veteran Jermaine O’Neal

    The Phoenix Suns’ facelift continued Friday when Arizona Republic beat writer Paul Coro reported that the team has agreed to terms with veteran free agent big man Jermaine O’Neal. The 33-year-old O’Neal spent the last two seasons with the Boston Celtics, averaging just over five points per contest. The six-time All-Star spent his best seasons […]
  • Dwight Howard to Lakers means nothing to Suns now

    It’s not like the Phoenix Suns had aspirations of competing for the Pacific Division title before the Los Angeles Lakers acquired Dwight Howard. What, Luis Scola, Goran Dragic and Michael Beasley had Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Steve Nash worried there was all of a sudden a new threat to their division dominance? Get real. […]
  • James Harden to Phoenix? Not so fast

    Phoenix Suns fans were encouraged during the early stages of the Summer Olympics when former Arizona State and current Oklahoma City Thunder star James Harden told a Valley writer that he’d be open to signing with the Suns after his contract runs out. But in an interview with Slam Magazine, Harden now says he’s “pretty […]
  • Former Sun, current Laker Steve Nash: ‘I wanted to come back’

    Former Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash said that he wanted to return to the team because he was unhappy about the past few seasons and wanted to play a part of the rebuilding process.
  • Suns sign forward P.J. Tucker

    The Phoenix Suns continued their roster construction Wednesday, announcing they have come to terms with forward P.J. Tucker. The 6’6″, 224-pounder joins the Suns after spending the last five seasons playing international ball in some of the top leagues worldwide. Tucker was a member of the Suns’ 2012 Las Vegas Summer League and General Manager […]
  • Suns introduce newest member Wesley Johnson

    The newest member of the Phoenix Suns, Wesley Johnson, was formally introduced in a press conference held at US Airways Center Tuesday. “I’m more than excited to be here,” said Johnson, “there was a whirlwind going around with the rumors and everything. When it finally came about that I was a Phoenix Sun it put […]

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