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  • Phoenix became a real sports town 20 years ago today

    June 18, 1992. I was just 27 days away from my 21st birthday. But instead of looking forward to going out and getting schnockered like most soon-to-be 21-year-olds, I had a sadness in my heart. The Phoenix Suns, tired of being a perennial 50-win team who bows out of the NBA Playoffs in the first […]
  • Suns summer league schedule announced

    A record 24 teams will compete in next month’s NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, and the Phoenix Suns will be one of them. The entire 60-game schedule was unveiled Thursday and the Suns will play five games starting July 15 when they take on the Summer League entry of the New York Knicks. Here’s […]
  • ESPN insider: Kendall Marshall to Suns

    With Steve Nash’s future in Phoenix anybody’s guess, the Suns are on the hunt for their next star point guard. They could find him in this year’s NBA Draft. Senior Writer Andy Katz joined Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo to discuss who the Suns could take with their 13th overall pick. Katz, fresh […]
  • Phoenix Suns to work out UNC’s John Henson

    Speculation regarding who the Phoenix Suns will draft with the 13th overall pick in the NBA draft has developed a new wrinkle. Earlier Monday, reports surfaced indicating the Suns could have interest in point guard Damian Lillard from Weber State. Now comes word the Suns are scheduled to work out forward John Henson of the […]
  • Could Damian Lillard be the newest Phoenix Sun?

    The 2012 NBA Draft is nearing, and the Phoenix Suns are diligently continuing their process to select the best player available when they’re on the clock with the 13th pick. Will it be a guard like Duke’s Austin Rivers or North Carolina’s Kendall Marshall? Or could the Suns tab big man Jared Sullinger of Ohio […]
  • Did Suns promise to draft Dion Waiters?

    Now is the time of year where many an NBA hopeful strut their stuff in front of various teams, hoping to impress them enough into drafting them. Needless to say, when a player suddenly cancels scheduled workouts, people wonder why. And, generally, it’s because someone promised they’d draft that player. It appears that is the […]
  • Suns fans should not celebrate Spurs’ demise

    Sorry, but I did not get much joy out of watching the San Antonio Spurs lose to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Sure, the Spurs had tormented the Suns for years, seemingly always being in the way of every legitimate championship run during the Steve Nash era (you know, except for that one glorious time the […]
  • Rumor: Suns, Nash have agreed on sign-and-trade

    The Steve Nash saga continues. The two-time NBA MVP is less than a month away from hitting the free agent market, and nobody knows if he’ll end his playing days in Phoenix or if he’ll pursue his first championship ring with another team. is reporting that if Nash does decide to leave the Suns […]
  • Rudy Gay on the block? Suns should have interest

    Lon Babby has said all along that the Suns, should they fail to land an impact free agent, could use up cap space by making a “one-sided” trade. And, as it turns out, there may be an opportunity to do just that. According to, the Memphis Grizzlies may be looking to deal star Rudy […]
  • Suns likely looking for perimeter help with 13th pick

    There are many who feel like the Phoenix Suns are not in a particularly good spot when it comes to the June 28 draft, as they hold the 13th pick and little chance of landing one of the top prospects available. However, that does not mean the team will not be able to land a […]
  • Suitors lining up to pursue Steve Nash

    The clock is ticking, and with every second that passes, the beginning of the NBA free agency period gets closer. And for Steve Nash and the Phoenix Suns, that could very well mean the end of a magical eight-year run during which the point guard won two Most Valuable Player Awards, the Suns won over […]
  • If Nash departs, Suns could pursue Deron Williams

    While the Phoenix Suns haven’t given up hope of re-signing Steve Nash this off-season, the team has begun making contingency plans in the event the two-time MVP opts to walk. Mitch Lawrence of the New York Daily News thinks the Suns could have interest in one of the league’s premier point guards. Brooklyn fans — […]
  • History says it’s hard to get excited about pick #13

    The ping pong balls have settled, the logo cards have been pulled out of the envelopes, and the order for the 2012 NBA Draft has been determined. The New Orleans Hornets own the first selection in the draft, which will be held June 28. And unless they get hit in the head by a blunt […]
  • NBA has a conspiracy problem

    It’s tough to find a Suns fan who doesn’t think the NBA is fixed in some way. Whether it’s officiating some feel continually allowed the Spurs to knock their team out of the playoffs, suspensions that many think cost them a shot at a title, or a draft lottery system that has never — and […]
  • No luck for Suns; Phoenix to pick 13th

    The ping pong balls have spoken, and they say the Phoenix Suns will be selecting 13th in this summer’s NBA Draft. The NBA’s draft lottery was held in New York Wednesday and the Suns, who had the second-worst odds to land the top overall selection, did not see their position move. This will be the […]
  • Odds of Suns winning lottery and of other, umm, things

    The Phoenix Suns have found themselves in frustratingly familiar territory, awaiting the bounce of some ping pong balls to determine where they’ll be selecting in the NBA Draft. The Suns, who finished with the second-best record of any team that missed the postseason, are slated to pick 13th. Of course, they could still move up […]
  • Suns face less competition if interested in Eric Gordon

    Of all the free agents the Suns may have interest in this summer, only one would seem to be the perfect combination of youth, talent and availability. His name? Eric Gordon. The 23-year-old shooting guard is coming off an injury- plagued season in New Orleans, where he averaged 20.6 points, 3.4 assists and 2.8 rebounds […]
  • Odds against Suns improving 2012 Draft position

    The Phoenix Suns have never won the NBA Draft Lottery. “If we get that (number-one overall pick) I might have to act a little bit silly then,” said Mark West, the former Suns center. West, now the team’s Vice President of Player Programs, will represent the Suns when the NBA holds its draft lottery Wednesday. […]
  • Take note, Suns: Spurs know how it’s done

    Two years ago the Phoenix Suns swept the San Antonio Spurs right out of the playoffs, giving the impression that not only had Planet Orange finally beaten their nemesis, but likely officially ended their reign atop the Western Conference, too. So much for that idea. All that’s happened since is the Spurs have been the […]
  • Cross the Knicks off Steve Nash’s list?

    Steve Nash will have a variety of potential suitors this offseason, as the free agent will draw considerable interest from around the NBA. Of the teams thought to be interested, the Knicks, Mavericks, Trail Blazers, Raptors and Heat seem to the ones most often linked with the two-time MVP, though it seems at least one […]

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