After narrowly missing out on a playoff spot the past two years, the Suns need to either finally make the postseason or rethink their approach. The Suns fell short of making the playoffs in the West for the second season in a row in no small part because of chemistry issues. Show More Summary
Jon Leuer and T.J. Warren scored 17 points each and the Phoenix Suns beat the Sacramento Kings 102-98 in a preseason game Wednesday night.
After emerging as the darling of the Western Conference in 2013-14, the Phoenix Suns took a noticeable step back during the 2014-15 season. As such, the 2015-16 campaign will be all about doing what they couldn't last year: moving forward. Last season saw the Suns bet big on an undersized core. Show More Summary
What the heck is transpiring in the desert right now?
Walk grabbed more rebounds at the University of Florida than anyone else in the basketball program’s history and became an effective center for the Phoenix Suns in the early years of the franchise.
Neal Walk, a tough center on the early Phoenix Suns teams after they drafted him No. 2 overall in 1969, has died at age 67.
Neal Walk, a former NBA big man who played for the Phoenix Suns, New Orleans (now Utah) Jazz and New York Knicks, died Sunday at a Phoenix hospital. He was 67. Paul Coro of AZCentral reported that Walk had been in poor health for some time. Show More Summary
When Goran Dragic was a rookie during the 2008-09 season, Shaquille O’Neal took it upon himself to haze the newcomer. Shaq made the 21-year-old Phoenix Suns guard inexplicably carry around The post Shaquille O’Neal Made Goran Dragic Carry a Piano Keyboard Everywhere appeared first on SLAMonline.
A few weeks ago, Markieff Morris declared in no uncertain terms that he wanted to play for a team other than the Phoenix Suns. During his first chat with the The post Markieff Morris Says He Wants to Be in Phoenix appeared first on SLAMonline.
The latest on the Suns-Markieff Morris situation Here’s the Arizona Republic reporting on Phoenix Suns forward Markieff Morris, who wanted to be traded but apparently will do his job and play as expected until that happens: Despite Eric...Show More Summary
Markieff Morris is still with the Phoenix Suns and said all the right things at the team's media day.
Phoenix Suns wing Sonny Weems absolutely destroyed one of the rims at the Suns’ practice court Monday, ripping the iron off the (...)
Sonny Weems absolutely wrecked the rim during a workout—in the most literal way. The Phoenix Suns guard brought a one-handed slam down on the basket, ripping the rim off the backboard. R.I.P., rim. [Vine] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Sonny Weems can throw down hard. New Phoenix Suns swingman Sonny Weems has always been an outstanding dunker throughout his playing career, and he showed off his thunderous dunking ability by literally tearing the rim down on a jam during a recent practice. I had no idea a basketball rim could be torn down like that, so that's obviously one powerful man.
After hooping overseas for a few years, Sonny Weems found his way back into the NBA this summer, inking a two-year deal with the Phoenix Suns. The Suns shared super-grainy The post WATCH: Sonny Weems Tears Rim Down at Suns Practice appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Phoenix Suns today announced they have signed guard Deonte Burton, forward Kyle Casey, forward Cory Jefferson, center Henry Sims and guard Terrico White, bringing the club’s roster to 18 players. Burton, a 6-1, 190-pound guard, played with Ratiopharm Ulm in Germany last season following a standout four-year career at the University of Nevada, Reno. Burton [...]
The Phoenix Suns have signed center Henry Sims, forwards Cory Jefferson and Kyle Casey and guards Deonte Burton and Terrico White.
Phoenix Suns head coach Jeff Hornacek tried to remain as diplomatic as possible when asked for his thoughts on L’Affaire Markieff Morris. Hornacek, speaking from a team event to promote The post Jeff Hornacek Thinks Markieff Morris Will ‘Be Okay’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Phoenix Suns last night announced a new marketing campaign, WeArePHX, as well as a black alternate uniform. Suns president, Jason Rowley, head coach Jeff Hornacek and Suns players Eric Bledsoe, Devin Booker, Archie Goodwin, Brandon Knight, Jon Leuer and P.J. Tucker, were joined by City of Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton for the reveal event [...]
The Phoenix Suns will be rocking some done new uniforms next season—the team unveiled black alternates Tuesday night. And here it is ….. #WeArePHX pic.twitter.com/gCwfAD41cL — #WeArePHX (@Suns) September 9, The post Phoenix Suns Introduce Black Alternate Uniforms appeared first on SLAMonline.