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  • Stoudemire is struggling, but can Suns stop him?

    Amare Stoudemire is in a slump, but playing the Suns could change that. Stoudemire has played his former team twice since leaving for the Big Apple last season, putting up big numbers in each game. STAT’s first meeting with his former team came in front of his former fans at the US Airways Center, a […]
  • Trading Steve Nash won’t be easy for Suns

    The most important date on the calendar this season for the Phoenix Suns is March 15th, and it has nothing to do with a date in L.A. against Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and the Clippers that night. No, March 15th is the NBA trade deadline and the biggest question surrounding the Suns is whether Steve […]
  • Dudley still with a goose egg in the dunk column

    You won’t ever see Phoenix Suns swingman Jared Dudley in the NBA’s Slam Dunk contest during All-Star weekend. Dudley is not the most athletic player in the league, instead he’s made his mark as a competent shooter, solid defender and good locker room influence. But his obvious lack of hops didn’t stop Dudley from setting […]
  • GM survey is out, Suns are tough to find on the list

    NBA.com released its 10th annual GM survey, and according to those polled the Miami Heat are expected to win the 2012 NBA Finals, beating the Oklahoma City Thunder in the process. It should come as little surprise that the Suns were not mentioned in any of the “best of” categories for teams, as the Lakers […]
  • Marcin Gortat thriving while Suns struggle

    The Phoenix Suns have lost their last four games, falling to teams such as the Cleveland Cavaliers and New Jersey Nets. However, while the team is having its share of struggles, one person you should not blame is center Marcin Gortat. Gortat, who is averaging 14.3 points and 8.4 rebounds per game, has been excellent […]
  • Suns on the ‘Grant Hill jilted suitors’ road trip

    It’s the Suns longest road trip of the season. It’s been dubbed the “Toy Story Trip” with US Airways Center being taken over by Disney On Ice’s Toy Story 3. Another name for the five-game, nine-day journey: the “Grant Hill jilted suitors” trip. San Antonio, Chicago, New York, Boston and Dallas all expressed an interest […]
  • Suns lose to Nets, limp into daunting road trip

    PHOENIX — Spurs, Bulls, Knicks, Celtics, Mavericks. San Antonio, Chicago, New York, Boston, Dallas. The Phoenix Suns’ next five games – all on the road – could very easily make or break their season, which is dangerously close to spiraling out of control after the team suffered another home loss to another of the East’s […]
  • Nash, Hill out Friday vs. Nets

    With a long road trip looming, the Phoenix Suns (4-6) can not really afford to drop Friday’s game against the New Jersey Nets (2-9). The game got a little tougher late Friday, though, as Alvin Gentry announced that both Steve Nash and Grant Hill will not be playing. Nash, who has an injured back, and […]
  • Michael Redd shows promise in Suns debut

    Michael Redd scored 12 points in his debut with the Suns Thursday night, showing that he is ready to finally see time on the court. Redd joined the Suns as a free agent after spending 11 years with the Milwaukee Bucks. He struggled with injuries — including ACL and MCL tears in his left knee […]
  • Gentry respects Kobe’s opinion, has ‘no fear’ of Lakers

    Despite the national attention Kobe Bryant’s opinion about the Suns has received, coach Alvin Gentry doesn’t take it personally and understands his reasoning. “I don’t have any [ill-feelings] toward what he said,” Gentry told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo on Thursday. “We had a pretty good run against them before they got Pau (Gasol). […]
  • Michael Redd-y to make Suns debut

    Two years and two days after tearing the ACL and MCL in his left knee for a second time, Michael Redd will make his Phoenix Suns debut Thursday against the Cleveland Cavaliers at US Airways Center. “He’ll go tonight,” said head coach Alvin Gentry, following shoot-around Thursday. “We’ll stick him in and see what’s going […]
  • Wrong move for right reasons? The Suns and Steve Nash

    Loyalty. Defined as “the state or quality of being loyal; faithfulness to commitments or obligations,” the topic has come up over the last few days on ArizonaSports.com on a variety of stories. The most recent case involves the Phoenix Suns and their point guard, leader and face of the franchise Steve Nash. In an interview […]
  • Babby understands keeping Nash comes with risk

    Lon Babby told Steve Nash that he’ll be a Phoenix Sun for as long as he wants to. The president of basketball operations told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf the team will not look to trade the 37-year-old star, unless of course he decides he’d rather wear another team’s uniform. Could that decision lead […]
  • Nash takes the high road on Kobe comments

    The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Phoenix Suns 99-83 on Tuesday night in Los Angeles. Kobe Bryant played like, well, Kobe Bryant, pumping in 48 points in the Lakers’ triumph. For 39 minutes, Bryant played like he hated the Phoenix Suns, and after the game he confirmed it. “I don’t like them, I don’t like […]
  • Kobe Bryant on Suns: ‘I don’t like them’

    Kobe Bryant is a Suns killer. Bryant lit up the Suns for 48 points in Lakers’ win Tuesday night, his highest single-game point total in the regular season since he scored 49 against the Suns on March 1, 2009. In fact, Tuesday’s output marked the 9th time in 45 games since 2004 (when Nash returned […]
  • Numbers are in, Suns ranked 11th in power rankings

    The Phoenix Suns are currently 4-4 after a shaky 1-3 start, yet they’re ranked 11th in the league according to ESPN analyst John Hollinger’s power rankings. The system is based off of points allowed and scored, recent performance, road and home games, and the strength of schedule. This method provides a better display of a […]
  • Steve Nash has no plans to ask for a trade

    Don’t expect Steve Nash to ask for a trade. He hasn’t up to this point, and no matter how bad things may eventually get in the desert, he’s not planning on doing so in the future. In an interview with ESPN.com’s Marc Stein, Nash said the idea of moving him to a contender is a […]
  • Ex-Laker Shannon Brown returns to L.A.

    Shannon Brown has just one request. “I just hope they don’t boo me.” Brown makes his first trip back to L.A. Tuesday when the Suns play the Lakers, Brown’s former team. He signed with the Suns as a free agent when the lockout was lifted. “It’s the first place I went to where I really […]
  • Gortat thriving without splint

    It turns out playing with a splint on a broken right thumb really is a hindrance. Marcin Gortat is living proof. In Sunday’s win over Milwaukee, the Suns center led all scorers with 18 points on 9-of-10 shooting. In the two games since having his splint removed, Gortat is shooting a blistering 83% from the […]
  • Hakim Warrick “Tebows” in pre-game huddle

    It’s sweeping the nation and on Sunday it was on display at US Airways Center. Hakim Warrick, in the Suns pre-game huddle, “Tebow’d”. “The crazy thing is,” he said afterwords, “as I was doing it I think that’s when he threw his 80-yard bomb.” Warrick, before dropping to one knee and placing his right hand […]

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