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  • Robert Sarver: It’s going to take time

    July 19, 2012: Suns a team in transition, part I Suns managing partner Robert Sarver has kept a low profile since the lockout ended last season. He’s granted only a handful of interviews either locally or nationally. Last night, however, he made an appearance on NBA TV at the start of the second half of […]
  • Marshall struggles with shot in summer league loss

    The Phoenix Suns drafted Kendall Marshall because of his playmaking ability, not his shooting. In Wednesday’s Summer League tilt with the Cleveland Cavaliers, we saw why. The Suns rookie made just one of his 10 shot attempts, scoring three points and handing out five assists as the Suns fell 78-61. “I just came out more […]
  • Marshall’s Summer League debut a rough one

    The Phoenix Suns got their first look at first round draft pick Kendall Marshall Tuesday night — and let’s just say the very early results were underwhelming. The former North Carolina Tar Heel handed out five assists and turned the ball over five times in 28:43 of playing time. Marshall took one shot — and […]
  • Luis Scola excited to be with Phoenix Suns

    Luis Scola won’t have much time for rest and relaxation this summer. The veteran forward is gearing up for the 2012 Summer Olympics, where his Argentinian squad begins their medal quest July 29 against Lithuania. Upon returning to the U.S. following the games, Scola will also have to get used to playing for a new […]
  • Former Suns GM is a fan of team’s recent moves

    Former Suns GM and current TNT NBA broadcaster Steve Kerr thinks the Suns did well to land former Rocket Luis Scola. “I’m a big fan of Scola; I think he’s a really good player,” he told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo Tuesday. “He still has some good years left in him and the Suns […]
  • Suns’ Plan C, D, E, etc. at shooting guard

    July 17, 2012: Suns options shrinking A week after the season ended, Suns president of basketball operations Lon Babby stated the following, “First and foremost, we need to find another dynamic weapon on offense.” Give Babby and the Suns credit. They’ve tried to find that “dynamic weapon on offense.” First, they made a run at […]
  • Grant Hill to sign with Los Angeles Clippers

    For the second time in two weeks, a popular member of the Phoenix Suns has landed in Los Angeles. Free agent forward Grant Hill has weighed all of his options, and according to Arizona Sports 620’s John Gambadoro, will land in Hollywood, as well — but unlike Steve Nash, Hill won’t be wearing purple and […]
  • O.J. Mayo to sign with Dallas Mavericks

    The Phoenix Suns have lost out on another free agent guard they coveted. According to, Mayo and the Dallas Mavericks have agreed to terms on a multiyear deal. The details of Mayo’s contract were not yet known. O.J. Mayo broke the news himself via Twitter Monday night. I will be signing with dallas! #Mavsnat […]
  • Gordon vs. Mayo: Tale of the tape

    Although Eric Gordon had his heart set on playing in purple and orange, the Hornets had other ideas, matching the Phoenix Suns’ 4-year, $58 million contract offer to the (formerly) restricted free agent and keeping him in New Orleans. Still in need of a pure scorer, Phoenix turned to Memphis Grizzlies free agent O.J. Mayo, […]
  • Morris shines, Marshall sits as Suns win opener

    July 16, 2012: Morris leads Suns past Knicks in summer league opener Markieff Morris did what he was suppose to do—dominate, in his Las Vegas summer league debut. He scored a game-high 21 points on 7-of-16 shooting in the Suns 99-74 win over the New York Knicks Sunday afternoon. “I thought he was patient. I […]
  • Suns officially sign Kendall Marshall

    Kendall Marshall’s NBA career can now officially begin. The Phoenix Suns signed their first round draft pick Monday, and Marshall will play in the Suns’ next Summer League Tuesday against Cleveland in Las Vegas. Before then, the North Carolina product who was the 13th pick in last month’s NBA Draft will participate in a team […]
  • Josh Childress: I’m not upset at all

    Josh Childress knew it was a possibility. “I had been told by the team that if they were going to go after some big free agents then it might happen. And it did happen.” What he didn’t know was when it was going to happen. “I found out on Twitter,” he said of the Suns’ […]
  • O.J. Mayo’s price tag too high for Phoenix Suns

    O.J. Mayo completed his visit with Phoenix Suns’ brass over the weekend , but it doesn’t look like the two will match up unless Mayo’s price tag goes down. Arizona Sports 620’s John Gambadoro tweeted Sunday the Suns weren’t comfortable with Mayo’s asking price. OJ Mayo came to town but Suns made no contract offer. […]
  • Phoenix Suns land Luis Scola, waive Josh Childress

    The Phoenix Suns have won the rights to former Houston Rockets forward Luis Scola via an amnesty waiver claim. The Suns reportedly outbid several teams for Scola’s services, including the Dallas Mavericks. According to Arizona Sports 620’s John Gambadoro, Scola’s contract with Phoenix is for three years. Luis Scola gets 4.1, 4.5 and 4.9 million […]
  • Suns front office remains confident despite losing Gordon

    July 14, 2012: Hornets match Suns’ offer sheet The Suns held out hope. But in the end, they had to know the chances of prying away Eric Gordon from the New Orleans Hornets and new owner Tom Benson was going to be a long shot. “[We] gave him the best possible contract that we could […]
  • Hornets match Suns offer sheet to Eric Gordon

    No surprise here. As expected, the New Orleans Hornets agreed to match the Phoenix Suns’ four-year, $58 million offer sheet to restricted free agent guard Eric Gordon. Despite Gordon’s very public comments expressing a desire to leave New Orleans, the Hornets decided to keep the talented shooting guard in the fold. The Suns signed Gordon […]
  • ESPN Insider: Suns’ FA below average

    It seems the Phoenix Suns can’t catch a break. With reports that forward Grant Hill will leave the team and all signs pointing to Eric Gordon remaining in New Orleans, the Suns haven’t had a very successful free agency campaign. And then there’s Steve Nash, the point guard maestro, who now sports purple and gold […]
  • Suns courting of Gordon could help land Mayo

    July 13, 2012: Suns welcome OJ Mayo to town Unrestricted free agent shooting guard OJ Mayo is making Phoenix his first stop as he visits prospective employers for the upcoming 2012-2013 season. His stay will include a tour of US Airways Center and may extend into Saturday, which also happens to be the day the […]
  • O.J. Mayo in town for Suns visit

    With the New Orleans Hornets still expected to match the four-year, $58 million offer the Phoenix Suns made to restricted free agent guard Eric Gordon, Suns’ brass is looking elsewhere to bolster their roster. Enter O.J. Mayo, the Memphis Grizzlies free agent who confirmed via twitter Friday that he is indeed talking to the Suns. […]
  • Report: Grant Hill leaning towards joining Nash with Lakers

    It appears another Suns favorite will be heading to Hollywood. Arizona Sports 620’s John Gambadoro reported Friday that veteran Grant Hill may be the next Sun to head to division rival. Hearing Grant Hill leaning towards Lakers after big push by Steve Nash and Kobe Bryant — John Gambadoro (@Gambo620) July 13, 2012 Hill has […]

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