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  • Suns’ NBA Draft day could be salvaged with big free agent move

    The Phoenix Suns' 2019 NBA Draft did not adequately reward fans after a 19-win season. It better end with a big fish at the end of the line.
  • Report: Suns trade Celtics for No. 24 pick Ty Jerome, Aron Baynes

    The Phoenix Suns have reportedly traded the Boston Celtics for the 24th pick in the draft, used to select Ty Jerome, and Aron Baynes.
  • Athletes post cryptic (and non-cryptic) tweets about Booker/Russell pairing

    Does Michael Thomas know something we don't about a potential pairing up Devin Booker and D'Angelo Russell?
  • Suns select UNC’s Cam Johnson No. 11 in 2019 NBA Draft

    The Phoenix Suns drafted forward Cameron Johnson out of North Carolina with the No. 11 pick in the NBA Draft following the reported trade with Minnesota.
  • Suns execute beginning of James Jones’ plan with Warren out, Saric in

    Phoenix Suns general manager James Jones proved he wasn't all talk and got to work during the 2019 NBA Draft with reported trades.
  • Suns reportedly trade 6th pick to Minnesota for Dario Saric, 11th pick

    The Suns traded their top pick in the 2019 NBA Draft in exchange for Minnesota's 11th overall pick and power forward Dario Saric.
  • Report: Phoenix Suns trade T.J. Warren to Indiana Pacers for cash

    The Phoenix Suns traded T.J. Warren and their second-round pick to the Indiana Pacers for cash, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Thursday.
  • Reports: Mavericks, Pacers among teams interested in Suns’ T.J. Warren

    With the thought the Suns are reportedly looking to move T.J. Warren, the Mavericks and Pacers have been linked to the forward as a potential landing spot.
  • Suns’ Josh Jackson accused of being high, exposing child to marijuana

    Phoenix Suns forward Josh Jackson is accused of using marijuana and getting his four-month old high by the child's mother, according to court documents.
  • Arizona Sports’ 2019 Phoenix Suns NBA Mock Draft Tracker

    Luck didn't favor the Suns this year, but the Mock Draft Tracker will keep you up to date with all the projections for Phoenix's pick at number six.
  • Report: Suns ‘aggressive’ in pursuing Pacers PG Aaron Holiday

    The Phoenix Suns are in the market for a point guard and they have reportedly been attempting to trade for Pacers point guard Aaron Holiday.
  • Despite lots of losing, Arizona sports fans have reasons to be optimistic

    The Cardinals, Coyotes and Suns all do not have a championship but there are reasons to be optimistic about the future of Arizona sports in the Valley.
  • New Suns GM James Jones faces first real test in NBA Draft, free agency

    The Phoenix Suns and general manager James Jones have a difficult task ahead of them this offseason, but the one thing they can't do is sit on their hands.
  • Empire of the Suns NBA Mock Draft: Suns get their point guard

    In Empire of the Suns' final NBA Mock Draft, the Phoenix Suns land their point guard and also fill out another need on the roster.
  • Phoenix Suns NBA Draft host roundtable: PG targets, favorite at No. 6

    The hosts of 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station run through their wishes for a point guard and favorite prospect at No. 6.
  • Suns’ free agent PG targets include Beverley, Collison, Joseph, Rubio

    The Phoenix Suns are targeting a couple of different point guards in free agency, including the Clippers' Patrick Beverley and Utah's Ricky Rubio.
  • Gambo: Nets RFA PG D’Angelo Russell not an option for Suns

    D'Angelo Russell makes a whole lot of sense for the Phoenix Suns to pursue in free agency but 98.7 FM's John Gambadoro reports the Suns aren't considering Russell as an option.
  • Trivia Tuesday: Best NBA 2nd-round steals since 1980

    Can you name the most succesful second-round picks in the NBA Draft since 1980? That's your Trivia Tuesday challenge for this week!
  • Already heavy with them, Suns could have choice of wings in NBA Draft

    The Phoenix Suns already have enough wings, but the No. 6 spot in the NBA Draft has three that are ranked within range.
  • The time for the Suns to spend money on the roster is now

    The Suns have ranked 25th or lower in team payroll for four years in a row. After filing out the front office, its time to spend money on the roster.

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