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  • Suns can still add power forward depth in free agency

    Though signing guard Ricky Rubio ate all of the Phoenix Suns' salary cap space, the team still has an exception to add depth at power forward.
  • D’Angelo Russell to join Warriors in sign-and-trade deal

    D'Angelo Russell is not staying with the Brooklyn Nets, nor is he becoming a Phoenix Sun. He has reportedly been traded to the Golden State Warriors.
  • Ricky Rubio signing not enough to spark Phoenix Suns revolution

    The Phoenix Suns added a point guard and a highly-respected head coach, only to fall further behind in the Western Conference.
  • Ricky Rubio checks enough boxes to stabilize Suns’ PG position

    Ricky Rubio can't shoot but the Phoenix Suns still got a point guard that is going to help get the franchise back on the winning track.
  • Suns to meet with restricted free agent Kelly Oubre Jr. Sunday night

    The Phoenix Suns will meet with restricted free agent Kelly Oubre Jr. on Sunday night, per 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station's John Gambadoro.
  • Kevin Durant to leave Warriors and sign with the Brooklyn Nets

    Kevin Durant is expected to leave the Golden State Warriors and sign with the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday when free agency begins.
  • NBA announces new salary cap at just over $109 million

    The NBA officially set the salary cap for the 2019-20 season at $109.14 million, a raise of just over $7 million from last season.
  • Report: Suns plan to ‘exhaust options’ to acquire D’Angelo Russell

    The Suns are reportedly planning to "exhaust options" to land D'Angelo Russell when NBA free agency officially begins on Sunday.
  • Suns free agent point guard target Darren Collison announces retirement

    Former Indiana Pacers point guard and Suns free agent target Darren Collison announced that he will be retiring at the age of 31.
  • Report: Suns decline team option on center Ray Spalding

    The Phoenix Suns have declined the team option for next season on center Ray Spalding, according to The Athletic's Gina Mizell.
  • ESPN’s Windhorst: Suns could trade Jackson in 24 hours if they had to

    The domino that has yet to fall in the Phoenix Suns' offseason is the long-speculated departure of second-year wing Josh Jackson.
  • Empire of the Suns free agency PG primer: Targets, players to avoid

    D'Angelo Russell might not be realistic. Beyond Malcolm Brogdon and Pat Beverley, which other NBA free agent point guards should the Phoenix Suns target?
  • Second billboard design encouraging D’Angelo Russell to Suns appears

    A billboard encouraging free agent point guard D'Angelo Russell to come to the Suns has appeared at a Phoenix intersection.
  • ESPN gives Suns’ best case, worst case in free agency

    Expectations are high for the Suns in free agency. ESPN's Kevin Pelton explored that, and the other end of it, in his best case, worst case column.
  • Signs point to Suns once again playing the waiting game in free agency

    The last several of the Phoenix Suns' offseasons have been about waiting for the next year. It's no different this summer.
  • The if and how questions of the Suns paying RFA Kelly Oubre Jr.

    The Phoenix Suns should pay Kelly Oubre Jr. and bring him back. That's not up for debate. The question is if they will and how.
  • Report: Suns could show interest in UA product Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

    Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, a Brooklyn Nets free agent and Arizona Wildcat, is expected to receive interest from the Phoenix Suns, per Shams Charania.
  • ESPN’s Windhorst thinks Suns are ‘really interested’ in Patrick Beverley

    When playing matchmaker for the Phoenix Suns in free agency, it's hard to find a better fit than Los Angeles Clippers point guard Patrick Beverley.
  • Report: Suns extend qualifying offer to restricted free agent Kelly Oubre Jr.

    The Suns have extended a qualifying offer to forward Kelly Oubre Jr., making him a restricted free agent when the new league year begins on June 30.
  • Monty Williams, Suns announce 2019-20 coaching staff

    Willie Green, Steve Blake and Mark Bryant are among the former NBA players on new Phoenix Suns coach Monty Williams' new staff.

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