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  • Grant Hill doesn’t make the all-defensive team cut

    Grant Hill’s teammates and coaches view him as one of the elite defenders in the league. Apparently few others around the NBA share that opinion. On Monday the NBA announced it’s all-defensive first and second teams. Hill’s name was nowhere to be found. The honor, which is voted on by the coaches, was one many […]
  • Mock draft has Suns selecting The Jimmer

    Jimmer-mania in Phoenix? Well, that would be the case according to the first mock draft produced by ESPN’s Chad Ford. The list, of course, doesn’t factor in any changes that could happen with the draft lottery. However, the Suns are not likely to move up from their current spot(they have a 0.6 percent chance of […]
  • Hill: I’d like to play two more years

    With the 2010-11 season over for the Phoenix Suns, forward Grant Hill is headed towards free agency and, at 38, isn’t ready to call it a career just yet. “I’m going to keep playing until the wheels fall off,” Hill said as a guest on’s Real Talk with Jason Whitlock. “I’d like to play […]
  • Goran Dragic misses Phoenix and fans

    Many Phoenix Suns fans miss Goran Dragic and apparently the Slovenian point guard misses them too. Early on Thursday Dragic joined the world of Twitter and let his desert dwelling fans know just how much he appreciated their support and missed the team and the city. Suns fans thank you for following me. I miss […]
  • Grant Hill is having a busy offseason

    The Phoenix Suns may not be in the playoffs but that doesn’t mean that small forward Grant Hill is taking time off. Hill has been busy promoting the documentary “Starting at the Finish Line: The Coach Buehler Story” which he produced. The film premiered at the Phoenix Film Festival at the end of March and […]
  • Gortat finishes 9th in sixth man voting

    PHOENIX – Phoenix Suns center Marcin Gortat finished in 9th place in the NBA’s Sixth Man Award voting. Gortat received 11 total points with two second place votes and five third place votes. The “Polish Hammer” averaged 13 points, 9.3 rebounds and 1.27 blocks in 55 games with Phoenix after being acquired on December 18, […]
  • Steve Nash’s NBA Playoffs rooting interests

    If you are a Phoenix Suns fan and your team is out of the playoffs who do you root for? There are many reasons why people may root — or secretly cheer — for teams other than their favorite team. A player from the Suns, like Steve Nash, has the possibility of having quite a […]
  • Hill finishes 7th in Defensive Player of the Year voting

    On a nightly basis, Phoenix Suns forward Grant Hill was asked to guard the best opposing player on the court. This usually included the likes of potential MVPs Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Derrick Rose and Kevin Durant. Hill received recognition for his consistent defensive effort on Monday, finishing 7th in the NBA Defensive Player of […]
  • Tackling the Suns offseason questions

    The Phoenix Suns ended the 2010-11 season with a 40-42 record, out of the playoffs for the second time in three seasons. If they are to return to the postseason a roster that struggled with consistency throughout the year will have to undergo some changes, but what exactly will happen remains to be seen. […]
  • Inside the box: Suns show positives in season-ending win

    After every Phoenix Suns game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for April 13, 2011: Suns 106, Spurs 103 While the 2010-11 season didn’t turn out well for the Phoenix Suns, the team’s season-ending win over the Spurs reminded us of some […]
  • Grant Hill wins Majerle Hustle Award

    Suns forward Grant Hill was awarded with the Dan Majerle Hustle Award Wednesday night before the Suns-Spurs game at US Airways Center. Hill becomes the first two-time recipient of the award after winning it in 2008. The award is named after former Suns great Dan Majerle and is presented at the end of each season […]
  • This season’s Suns proved importance of chemistry

    It’s been said that you never know what you have until it’s gone. Phoenix Suns fans could apply this in many ways in regards to last season’s team. There was that Amare Stoudemire fellow who called for double teams and took a lot of scoring pressure off the outside shooters. There was Robin Lopez finally […]
  • Nash’s future clouded as season draws to a close

    Many fans are wondering what is in store for the face of the Phoenix Suns, Steve Nash, as the team puts the finishing touches on an undeniably disappointing season Wednesday night against the San Antonio Spurs. Phoenix Suns President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby joined Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf Wednesday morning to address […]
  • Nash: “I want to be a Sun”

    “I want to be a Sun.” Those six words are music to Phoenix Suns fans ears. Especially when they come out of the mouth of their beloved point guard Steve Nash. Nash made it clear that his career in Phoenix won’t be coming to an end anytime soon due to a trade or retirement. “Obviously […]
  • Nash’s reign atop NBA coming to an end

    Only one player has been at the top of the NBA for the last nine seasons and it’s not Kobe Bryant, Kevin Garnett or Vince Carter. No, that player is the Phoenix Suns’ Steve Nash. Nash hasn’t been a champion or a scoring leader but he has done something very unique. He has been at […]
  • Channing Frye tries to make meaningless game interesting

    The Phoenix Suns’ playoff hopes may be gone but that doesn’t mean personal scoring records and team three-point records can’t be broken or at least tied. Forward Channing Frye injected a little intriguing — emphasis on little — into an otherwise meaningless game against the lowly Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday by putting up a career […]
  • Inside the Box: Suns need OT to beat T-wolves

    After every Phoenix Suns game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for April 11, 2011: Suns 135, Timberwolves 127 The Suns kept it close against the Minnesota Timberwolves for the entire game and gained a late lead, but a close miss by […]
  • Inside the Box: Suns beat badly by Mavericks

    After every Phoenix Suns game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for April 10, 2011:
  • Inside the Box: Defense was optional

    After every Phoenix Suns game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for April 8, 2011: Hornets 109, Suns 97 Wednesday, in Minnesota, the Suns did whatever they wanted to offensively against the hapless Timberwolves. Friday, facing the Hornets and without Steve Nash, […]
  • Marcin Gortat won’t be punk’d by anyone

    The knock on the Seven Seconds or Less versions of the Phoenix Suns was always that they lacked an edge. They lacked the defense, rebounding and mental toughness that it took to be successful when it counted. The team may be transitioning into a rebuilding — or is it retooling? — mode but they certainly […]

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