Entering his third year as New York Knicks president, 13-time NBA champion Phil Jackson is on his fourth head coach. He's cycled through Mike Woodson, Derek Fisher and Kurt Rambis to get to former NBA player and Phoenix Suns head coach Jeff Hornacek. Show More Summary
Give New York Knicks team president Phil Jackson this: The man knows how to cast smokescreens. In what can only be described as a shocking turn of events, the Knicks are just about set to hire former Phoenix Suns head coach Jeff Hornacek...Show More Summary
Hornacek, a late entry in the team’s search, was let go by the Phoenix Suns earlier this season.
Phil Jackson is finally going outside the family. According to reports Wednesday, the New York Knicks president tabbed his next head coach and is set to hire former Phoenix Suns boss Jeff Hornacek. Bleacher Report's Howard Beck first reported the news. Show More Summary
According to Bleacher Report’s Howard Beck, the New York Knicks will hire former Suns coach Jeff Hornacek to lead the team next year. Hornacek went 101-112 in two seasons and change with the Phoenix Suns, and he was at the helm when they almost made the playoffs in 2013-2014. He was fired after the team had a terrible 14-35 start to this season. Read more...
Jeff Hornacek lasted just two-and-a-half seasons with the Phoenix Suns before getting fired at the beginning of February, but the New York Knicks are banking on the 53-year-old to lead the franchise into a prosperous new era. Bleacher...Show More Summary
Devin Booker will represent the Phoenix Suns at the NBA Draft lottery, but he won't be alone. Instead, Booker will be joined by 16-year-old Suns fan Jenna Warren. Booker quickly developed a rapport with Warren -- who has Down syndrome -- after she continually showed up early for games just to watch him warm up. Show More Summary
Two-part question: Do you live in the Phoenix area and have you ever wanted to ride around the city with point guard Eric Bledsoe? If you answered “yes” to both questions, oh man, here’s what you’re doing tomorrow morning. Read more...
Phoenix Suns center Alex Len — all 7 feet 1 inches of him — must be quite a sight in the pool, where he does a good bit of training: up to 90 minutes of swimming at a time. All of this is important to the following story, first told by the Arizona Republic’s Paul […]
BOSTON — Just over one year ago, Isaiah Thomas was a surprise trade deadline acquisition for the Boston Celtics, his third team in only eight months after being dealt away by the Sacramento Kings and Phoenix Suns, respectively. One full season and an All-Star appearance later, Thomas is the face of the franchise. Show More Summary
With a miserable record of 23-59, the Phoenix Suns missed the playoffs for the sixth time in a row this season. It was the team’s worst record in franchise history. But a glass-half-full optimist could actually find cause for these southwest cellar-dwellers. Show More Summary
The Phoenix Suns appointed Earl Watson as the team's permanent head coach on Tuesday, per a team release. Suns general manager Ryan McDonough commented on why he believes Watson is the right man for the Suns moving forward: Earl didShow More Summary
Watson finished the season as the interim head coach, but will have the job permanently going forward. The Phoenix Suns have taken the interim tag off coach Earl Watson and given him the full-time head coaching job, according to The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski. Show More Summary
The Phoenix Suns are retaining Earl Watson as head coach for next season.
The Phoenix Suns have reached an agreement with interim head coach Earl Watson to retain him as the 17th head coach in franchise history.
The Phoenix Suns have reached an agreement with interim head coach Earl Watson to retain him as the 17th head coach in franchise history. “Earl did a very good job with our team last season after taking over as interim head coach during a [...]
Wednesday night was a busy one for the NBA in California thanks to Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant's magical farewell and the Golden State Warriors' record-setting 73rd win. But in Arizona against the Phoenix Suns, another California...Show More Summary
The NBA Development League, the Phoenix Suns and the Town of Prescott Valley, Ariz., announced today that the Suns have acquired the Bakersfield Jam and are relocating the team to Prescott Valley. The Suns become the 15th NBA team to own and operate its NBA D-League affiliate. The team will be known as the Northern [...]
The Phoenix Suns are relocating their Development League team from Bakersfield, California, to Prescott Valley, Arizona.
Seth Curry with the moves, though. The Sacramento Kings guard stole the spotlight at Talking Stick Resort Arena on Monday night, putting on a show against the Phoenix Suns. The younger brother of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry shook Ronnie Price in the second quarter, whipping up a spin move before draining a corner three-pointer. Show More Summary