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Plugged In

Phoenix Suns forward PJ Tucker has solidified his rep as the NBA's No. 1 sneakerhead. The post Plugged In appeared first on SLAMonline.’s Coverage of the Phoenix Suns Dancers Auditions

Sports Illustrated has posted a gallery of images from the Phoenix Suns Dancers auditions. Click on the image below to view the images.

Suns 2016-17 Schedule: Top Games, Championship Odds and Record Predictions

This time last year, the Phoenix Suns had eyes on the NBA playoffs. Now, the question is whether the Suns will finish with the worst record in the Western Conference. The NBA released Phoenix's schedule for the 2016-17 season Thursday. Phoenix's 2015-16 campaign was a case of Murphy's Law in action. Head coach Jeff Hornacek was fired in February. Show More Summary

2016 Phoenix Suns Dancers Auditions

This past Saturday, I made the trek to the Valley of the Sun to cover the 2016 Phoenix Suns Dancers Auditions. The Suns have a new coach, Earl Watson a former standout at U.C.L.A. whose NBA playing career spanned over a decade, and there is a tangible sense of excitement over the team’s future prospects. [...]

Limited Upside Podcast, Episode 50: Suns fans are cautiously optimistic about their future

The Suns have plenty of young talent, but will they actually build it up properly? The Phoenix Suns had playoff hopes coming into last season and instead finished with the second-worst record in franchise history. Yet there's optimism...Show More Summary

Amar'e Stoudemire: Retiring as a member of the Suns 'would've been the perfect way to go out'

3 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

When Amar’e Stoudemire retired from the NBA on Tuesday, many were surprised that he did so as a member of the New York Knicks rather than the Phoenix Suns. Stoudemire spent more than half his career in Phoenix, making the Western Conference twice and earning five All-Star nods during that eight-season...

Amar’e Stoudemire Wanted to Retire as a Phoenix Sun

Amar’e Stoudemire’s 14-year NBA career began (and flourished) in Phoenix, and that’s where he wanted it to end. The Suns, according to STAT, felt differently. Amar'e Stoudemire talks about why The post Amar’e Stoudemire Wanted to Retire as a Phoenix Sun appeared first on SLAMonline.

Suns add veteran coaches Triano and Corbin to staff

Phoenix Suns coach Earl Watson completed his staff Wednesday, naming Jay Triano associate head coach and Tyrone Corbin and Nate Bjorkgren assistant coaches.

Amar’e Stoudemire peaked early, but who cares? He was breathtaking

Instead of lamenting a career that lacked longevity due to injury, let’s remember just how powerful Amar’e Stoudemire was as part of the Suns revolution in his prime. The success of the Seven Seconds Or Less Phoenix Suns is often boiled down to two men: Mike D’Antoni (the composer) and Steve Nash (the conductor). Show More Summary

Why Did Phoenix Suns Legend Amare Stoudemire Retire as a New York Knick?

Most of what you'll read today will be about how Amar'e Stoudemire revitalized New York Knicks basketball. This narrative might have been at the forefront of his basketball obituary anyway, but Stoudemire's curious decision to retire...Show More Summary

Realistic Expectations for Phoenix Suns Rookie Tyler Ulis in 2016-17

The Phoenix Suns feel they won big by going small and grabbing Tyler Ulis with the 34th pick of the 2016 NBA draft. Physically, he's as unimposing as a hoops prospect gets. The former Kentucky point guard is generously listed at 5'10" and weighed just 149 pounds at the combine. Show More Summary

Realistic Expectations for Phoenix Suns Rookie Marquese Chriss in 2016-17

Marquese Chriss' upside was on display for short glimpses in Las Vegas. During the NBA Summer League opener against the Portland Trail Blazers, Chriss had a drive from the top of the key where he went behind the back, between the legs...Show More Summary

Suns, Mavs, Spurs to Play Games in Mexico

The Phoenix Suns will take on the Dallas Mavericks and San Antonio Spurs in the first consecutive regular-season NBA games in Mexico on Jan. 12 and 14.

Phoenix Suns to Play 2 Regular-Season Games in Mexico

The Phoenix Suns will play two regular-season "home" games in Mexico City this season.

NBA Global Games 2017: Schedule, Matchups Announced for Regular-Season Games

Mexico will serve as the host of two NBA regular-season games in the same campaign for the first time in league history in January 2017. NBA Communications announced Wednesday the Phoenix Suns will take part in both contests on Jan. 12 and Jan. Show More Summary

NBA to host two regular-season games in Mexico City

The National Basketball Association (NBA) and Zignia Live announced today that the Phoenix Suns will take on the Dallas Mavericks and San Antonio Spurs in the first consecutive regular-season games in Mexico Jan. 12 and 14, respectively, at the Mexico City Arena. The games will mark the first time the league hosts two regular-season contests in Mexico in the same season.

Realistic Expectations for Phoenix Suns Rookie Dragan Bender in 2016-17

The Phoenix Suns passed on a number of productive college players to grab Maccabi Tel Aviv's Dragan Bender at No. 4 in the NBA draft. Bender's long-term upside makes the pick a home run for a team that's in no position to compete out West any time soon. Show More Summary

Suns sign Leandro Barbosa

The Phoenix Suns today signed guard Leandro Barbosa, a 13-year NBA veteran who played eight of those seasons with the Suns, to a multiyear contract. “Leandro has played a significant role on a number of very successful teams over the course of his career,” said General Manager Ryan McDonough. “‘LB’ is very popular with teammates [...]

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