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  • Dudley: ‘We might as well just forfeit the season’

    NBA fans need to brace themselves. There has been plenty of speculation that the NBA lockout will last a long time and the latest reports seem to confirm that. “There’s no negotiating,” Phoenix Suns forward Jared Dudly told HOOPSWORLD. “Until the owners are willing to negotiate, we’re going to be locked out. The reason that […]
  • Agent: Marcin Gortat not playing in Russia

    Phoenix Suns center Marcin Gortat is not headed to Russia to play basketball during the NBA lockout. It was recently reported that Gortat had reached an agreement with a Russian team, but the center’s agent refutes said report. “I can assure you that the story claiming that he has reached an agreement with Spartak St. […]
  • Marcin Gortat reportedly signs with Russian team

    The NBA lockout is on and players are turning to overseas teams who are ready to tempt some of the top talent in the world with lucrative contracts - and an actual season.
  • Steve Nash interested in playing overseas during lockout

    The NBA lockout is in full effect and some players are looking to other continents as potential stages for their world-class talent. One of those players is Suns point guard Steve Nash.
  • Marcin Gortat considering playing in Russia during NBA lockout

    Add Phoenix Sun center Marcin Gortat to the list of players considering a move overseas if the NBA lockout continues. According to Polish media reports, Gortat said he is likely to play in Russia. Outdated is my opportunity to play in the Polish league, which is constantly evolving, but in terms of Russia’s far inferior […]
  • Steve Nash would be hurt most by lockout

    While nobody wants it to happen, most people expect the NBA’s lockout to drag on for a while. And, while many will be affected off the court, certain players will probably find it tougher to deal with the time off. According to ESPN, Steve Nash is one such player. One has to wonder whether Nash, […]
  • Mickael Pietrus elects to have knee surgery

    Mickael Pietrus has elected to have knee surgery this summer. According to his agent the swingman will get his knee cleaned out . The surgery is nothing major and should not keep Pietrus, who picked up his $5.3 million option for next season, out for very long. Pietrus will not play for the French national […]
  • Josh Childress dismisses idea of returning to Europe

    Although several NBA players have discussed playing in Europe, Josh Childress is still opposed. “No, I wouldn’t,” Childress told ESPN’s Ric Bucher. “And I don’t know why guys would. I understand that guys really want to play. But you sometimes have to look at what you have and treat this as a business. The only […]
  • Aaron Brooks expects to stay in Phoenix

    Although players are unable to talk contracts with their teams during the lockout, they can discuss them with the media and amongst themselves. According to HoopsWorld, point guard Aaron Brooks thinks he will stay in Phoenix and continue to play for the Suns. “All signs point to me going back to Phoenix,” Brooks said. “I […]
  • Suns could be hurt by NBA lockout

    PHOENIX – Many are expecting the NBA lockout to drag on for some time, but what most don’t know is what teams will be hurt the most by a possible shortened season. An ESPN report believes the Phoenix Suns would be one of the teams adversely affected the most. For years under Steve Nash, the […]
  • Turner a good hire for Suns, though he won’t make a difference

    “Basketball is a flowing game,” Tim Kempton said. “I understand you have your principles. Last time I checked, stay in between your man and the ball, if you want to deny him, and stay in between your man and the basket.” Kempton said those words on Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf show while talking […]
  • Phoenix Suns hire Elston Turner as defensive coordinator

    The Phoenix Suns have signed Elston Turner to a two-year contract to fill their newly created defensive coordinator position according to Sports 620 KTAR’s John Gambadoro. There is no doubt the Suns need defensive help as they allowed 105.9 points per game last season and allowed opponents to shoot 47.2 percent. Turner, who has spent […]
  • Markieff Morris: 13th pick, rookie of the year candidate?

    When the Phoenix Suns selected Markieff Morris with the 13th pick in the draft it was thought they were getting a tough, hard-nosed player who would understand and fulfill his role on the court. Did they also get a rookie of the year contender? Kevin Pelton of says they may have. Morris faces more […]
  • Jim Boylan turns down Phoenix Suns job

    The Phoenix Suns were looking to hire Jim Boylan to help bolster their defense, but they’ll need to move on to their next choice. Boylan who has been an assistant coach for the Bucks for the past three seasons has turned down an offer to become the Suns defensive coordinator and will return to Milwaukee […]
  • Phoenix Suns now affiliated with Bakersfield Jam of NBA D-League

    The Phoenix Suns have announced they will now be affiliated with the Bakersfield Jam of the NBA Development League. The Suns will share the Jam with the Los Angeles Clippers and Toronto Raptors. Last season, the Suns were affiliated with the Iowa Energy, a team that is currently connected to the Bulls Hornets, and Wizards. […]
  • Mickael Pietrus disses Suns in favor of Kobe and the Los Angeles Lakers

    Mickael Pietrus may have exercised a $5.3 million option for next season but that doesn’t mean he wants to stay in Phoenix or that he even likes the Suns at this point. Thanks to a quote in the French newspaper L’Equipe, we now know that the small forward has his eyes on joining forces with […]
  • Vince Carter could find spot overseas

    Assuming the Phoenix Suns buyout the final year of Vince Carter’s contract, the former All-Star will become a free agent in search of a new team. That team, though, could be a bit further away than anyone originally thought. The last rumors from Turkey after McGrady: Besiktas interested in Vince Carterless than a minute ago […]
  • Armen Gilliam passes away

    Armen Gilliam, 47, the former No. 2 overall pick of the Phoenix Suns in 1987 died of a heart attack Wednesday. Gilliam collapsed while playing basketball and was rushed to a nearby hospital. “The Hammer,” played in the 1987 Final Four with UNLV prior to being drafted by the Suns. Gilliam played two seasons in […]
  • Celtics interested in Grant Hill?

    The Boston Celtics are rumored to be interested in bringing pending free agent Grant Hill to Beantown as a bench player.
  • Robert Sarver is no friend of David Stern’s

    Phoenix Suns fans who feel the NBA does them no favors may have even more reason to believe the team is getting shafted. A few months ago Adrian Wojnarowski of reported how NBA Commissioner David Stern yelled at and berated Suns owner Robert Sarver after trying to, in a way, run a meeting between […]

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