For the past five seasons, the Phoenix Suns have watched the NBA Playoffs from the comfort of their respective couches like the rest of us. But Eric Bledsoe says the The post Eric Bledsoe Says Phoenix Targeting a High Playoff Seed appeared first on SLAMonline.
Phoenix Suns power forward Markieff Morris was not happy with the mid-summer trade of his twin brother Marcus Morris. After the Suns dumped Marcus to the Detroit Pistons for salary cap space, Markieff went off on the Suns to Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer, saying, "One thing for sure, I am not going to be there... Show More Summary
The forward is angry at Phoenix for trading his twin brother and wants out. The Suns, though, reportedly have no intention of giving in. The Phoenix Suns continue to hold firm in their desire to not move forward Markieff Morris, even...Show More Summary
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The Phoenix Suns announced that Steve Nash will become the 14th man to enter their Ring of Honor. That will take place at halftime of this season’s home game with the Portland Trail Blazers on October 30th. The Canadian raised PointShow More Summary
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The Phoenix Suns will induct Steve Nash into the franchise's Ring of Honor at halftime of their game against Portland on Oct. 30.
The Phoenix Suns will induct Steve Nash into their Ring of Honor on October 30, according to the team's website. Other notable inductees into the Ring of Honor include Charles Barkley, Kevin Johnson, Paul Westphal and Connie Hawkins. Nash,...Show More Summary
The last time former Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers star Steve Nash was seen publicly was during Fox’s coverage of the Women’s World Cup and at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto. Now we learn that Nash will be one of the producers for an independent movie on the 1980’s Dallas drug scene. Show More Summary
Get to know Phoenix Suns rookie Devin Booker a bit better:
The last NBA player to deliver the “Kiss of Death,” was Mario Elie of the Houston Rockets. Who in 1995, nailed the critical 3-pointer to complete the Rockets comeback, and eventual elimination of the Phoenix Suns. That was the last true “Kiss of Death” that was kissed in the NBA. Until this morning.
On the heels of a season that saw them finish six games out of a playoff spot in the Western Conference, the Phoenix Suns may have put themselves in position to crack the top eight in 2015-16. In order to do so, they will need to traverse a difficult and talented conference. Show More Summary
Phoenix Suns fifth-year power forward Markieff Morris is furious over the trade that sent his twin brother, Marcus Morris, to the Detroit Pistons for cap space this summer. The Suns were making a play at free agent big man LaMarcus Aldridge...Show More Summary
Markieff Morris no longer wants to play for the Phoenix Suns. The post Markieff Morris Demands Trade from Phoenix Suns appeared first on SLAMonline.
In an interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer Tuesday, Phoenix Suns power forward Markieff Morris got straight to the point: he has no intention of playing in Phoenix next season, and the Suns should trade him sooner rather than later. Read more...
The Suns' big man is upset with how the organization handled their decision to trade his twin brother less than a year after signing both to four-year contract extensions. Markieff Morris has taken the bold step of publicly demanding a trade. Show More Summary
Don't worry, Markieff Morris. We're here to help get you out of that Phoenix Suns jersey you no longer wish to wear. According to John Gambadoro of Arizona Sports 98.7 FM in Phoenix, Morris is trying to plot his escape from the Suns: Jordan...Show More Summary
Markieff Morris is so upset with the Phoenix Suns that he has not spoken to the organization or his teammates since the season ended. Now, John Gambadoro of Arizona Sports 98.7 FM is reporting that Morris wants nothing to do with the franchise and will try to force their hand in by demanding a trade. Show More Summary
The Phoenix Suns parted ways with Marcus Morris in a July trade with the Detroit Pistons, and his twin, Markieff, reportedly wants to be shipped out of the desert too. According to John Gambadoro of Arizona Sports 98.7, Markieff hasShow More Summary