Uulis joins a long list of Kentucky guards in Phoenix. With the 34th-overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, the Phoenix Suns selected Tyler Ulis, a sophomore point guard out of Kentucky. Uulis will join a Kentucky-heavy backcourt of Eric...Show More Summary
The Kings selected the Greek center in a surprise move. With the 13th pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, the Sacramento Kings selected Greek big man Georgios Papagiannis. The rights to the pick originally belonged to the Phoenix Suns, but the Kings traded No. Show More Summary
The Suns traded up to take the athletic wing out of Washington. The Phoenix Suns traded the No. 13 pick and Bogdan Bogdanovic to the Sacramento Kings for the No. 8 pick to select Marquese Chriss, an 18-year-old super athlete from Washington. Chriss might be the quickest riser in the entire NBA draft. Show More Summary
Dragan Bender is headed to the Phoenix Suns.
The Suns take the much-hyped Croatian. With the fourth pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, the Phoenix Suns selected Dragan Bender, an 18-year-old Croatian power forward who spent last season playing for Maccabi Tel Aviv of the Israeli league. Bender is a a little raw as a prospect, but he's worthy of a high selection thanks to his tools and his potential. Show More Summary
Draft day is here, and the drama starts after the Lakers pick.
On the heels of a career season with the Phoenix Suns, guard Brandon Knight is the subject of trade rumors and could be on the move. Continue for updates. Report: Suns Considering Knight Trade Before Season Thursday, June 23 According...Show More Summary
As the Phoenix Suns look to improve their roster, shopping point guard Eric Bledsoe could be a good way to secure multiple future assets. Per Sean Deveney of the Sporting News, the Suns may look to move Bledsoe if they are able to draft Providence star Kris Dunn with the fourth overall pick on Thursday. More to follow. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Phoenix Suns have been trying to get back into playoff contention over the past few seasons, but have been unable to pull off any big deals to bring in a legitimate star. They are going to try once again on draft day and there is one player in particular that they may end up... Show More Summary
With just one year and a player option remaining on his contract, Utah Jazz forward Gordon Hayward is generating trade interest from multiple teams, including the Boston Celtics and Phoenix Suns. Continue for updates. Jazz Reportedly...Show More Summary
Every year, we see mid-to-late first-round picks emerge as valuable NBA players. The Indiana Pacers and Phoenix Suns may have landed long-term starters and potential stars last year—without top-10 selections. Who will be the Myles Turners...Show More Summary
Jahlil Okafor is one of the top names in the NBA rumor mill at this point and there seems to be a decent chance that the Philadelphia 76ers will consider dealing him this offseason. There are a ton of teams that could use a skilled big man like Okafor, although the 76ers will be asking... Show More Summary
The New York Knicks formally introduced Jeff Hornacek as the team's new head coach at a press conference Friday afternoon, and the former Phoenix Suns boss explained why he's optimistic the franchise can turn a corner following three...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks have hired Jeff Hornacek, who emerged last month as Phil Jackson’s surprising coaching choice. Jackson went with the former Phoenix Suns coach over anyone who had played or worked under him, even though he had said after the season he would probably pick somebody he already...
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