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  • Streaking Suns crack top 5 of national NBA power rankings

    The streaking Phoenix Suns are receiving high praise and recognition by cracking the top five of two national NBA power rankings.
  • Suns take care of business vs. depleted Magic, cruise to 6 wins in a row

    The Orlando Magic only had eight players available on Sunday against the Phoenix Suns and the Suns took advantage in an easy win.
  • Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant out against Phoenix Suns on Tuesday

    Forward Kevin Durant will miss Tuesday's matchup against the Phoenix Suns due to a mild hamstring strain, the Nets announced Sunday.
  • Frank Kaminsky on Suns’ run: ‘It’s really just been special’

    Phoenix Suns forward Frank Kaminsky is thriving of-late on the court, registering double-digits in three of his last six games.
  • Suns match strong 76ers effort, Devin Booker stars in 5th straight win

    The Philadelphia 76ers came to the Valley on Saturday afternoon ready to play and the Phoenix Suns matched the effort from one of the NBA's best teams.
  • Suns fully healthy with Saric, Payne, Nader back vs. 76ers

    For the second time all season, the Phoenix Suns are fully healthy, with the return on Saturday of Dario Saric, Abdel Nader and Cam Payne.
  • Suns remain patient with rookies Jalen Smith, Ty-Shon Alexander

    Monty Williams said Jalen Smith has embraced the work ethic of being a pro. The Suns can be patient as he plays catchup in this constricted season.
  • Dario Saric, Cam Payne practice before Suns’ hosting of 76ers

    Phoenix Suns reserves Dario Saric and Cameron Payne practiced in full on Friday as the team prepares to host the Philadelphia 76ers.
  • Suns’ Deandre Ayton gets 3rd go at MVP candidate Joel Embiid

    Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton gets to match up with Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid on Saturday for the first time in two years.
  • Three Suns tip-off times moved back, including Sunday vs. Magic

    Three of the Phoenix Suns' tip-off times have been pushed back an hour, including one home game, the NBA announced on Thursday.
  • Suns guards Booker, Paul hold steady in 2nd returns of NBA All-Star voting

    Phoenix Suns guards Devin Booker and Chris Paul remain sixth and seventh, respectively, in the second round of NBA All-Star fan voting returns.
  • G League’s bubble season begins with old faces, new team

    The G League season has finally started, opening Wednesday inside a bubble at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
  • Jae Crowder makes winning plays in winning time of huge Suns win

    Jae Crowder may have only had six points in the Suns' win over the Bucks but he had a huge impact on the game and kept making plays.
  • Suns hold ground to beat Bucks despite 47 from Giannis Antetokounmpo

    Giannis Antetokounmpo's 20-foot jump shot found only metal as time ran out, and the Phoenix Suns downed the Milwaukee Bucks.
  • Chris Paul, Jae Crowder available for Suns against Bucks

    The Phoenix Suns have been rolling, winning six of their last seven contests, and they've been doing so shorthanded. Now they've got some guys back.
  • Phoenix Suns to double attendance limit to 3,000 fans on Tuesday

    The Phoenix Suns will start allowing 3,000 fans to attend home games, starting with the team's home game against the Brooklyn Nets on Feb. 16.
  • Kobe Bryant crash pilot was disoriented in clouds, NTSB says

    The helicopter pilot who crashed last year, killing Kobe Bryant and seven others, violated flight rules by flying into thick clouds, safety officials said.
  • Shorthanded Suns adjust on the fly, lean on Devin Booker to beat Cavs

    The Phoenix Suns had to win on Monday against the Cleveland Cavaliers without five rotation players, including Chris Paul.
  • Mikal Bridges’ offensive breakthrough continues in Suns’ win over Cavs

    Mikal Bridges has now scored 20 points or more in five games this season, matching his career total through his first two years in the NBA.
  • Chris Paul out for Phoenix Suns on Monday vs. Cavaliers

    The shorthanded Phoenix Suns are down to 10 available players on Monday against the Cleveland Cavaliers with starting point guard Chris Paul out.

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