A new song from French indie pop royalty Phoenix soundtracks Sofia Coppola’s Calvin Klein underwear ad, starring Kristen Dunst and Rashida Jones. Phoenix has been teasing new music in recent weeks. They play New York’s Governor's Ball next month. Watch the ad below. Continue reading
The Phoenix Suns lost a tank battle to the Nets tonight out in Brooklyn and set an NBA record in the process. They started rookies Tyler Ulis, Marquese Chriss, and Derrick Jones Jr., as well as young second-year players Alex Len and Devin Booker. Len is the elder statesman of the bunch at 23, while Chriss and Jones… Read more...
The “Black Widow” may look comical with his little moves, but he’s serious about patrolling streets and deterring crime. He reminds us of our boy, Phoenix “Fk A Thug” Jones…
The Phoenix Suns have again assigned forward Derrick Jones Jr. to Northern Arizona, its affiliate in the NBA Development League. Jones was the runner-up to Glenn Robinson III in the NBA Slam Dunk competition over the weekend
(The Sports Xchange) - Indiana Pacers guard Glenn Robinson III won the Slam Dunk title over Phoenix Suns forward Derrick Jones Jr. on Saturday night by leaping over teammate Paul George, the Pacers mascot and a Pacers dance team member for a reverse slam that merited a perfect 50 in the final round. Show More Summary
Indiana Pacers forward Glenn Robinson III took home the gold in the 2017 NBA Slam Dunk Contest, defeating Derrick Jones Jr. of the Phoenix Suns in the final. Robinson claimed the big win after leaping over team-mate Paul George, the Pacers mascot and a Pacers dance team member and hitting a reverse slam worth a perfect 50, according to the judges. Show More Summary
It’s because he has barely played for Phoenix, not because he can’t dunk! Derrick Jones Jr. could win the NBA Dunk Contest on Saturday. Hell, behind last year’s runner-up Aaron Gordon, he might be the favorite. He also just threw down his first ever dunk in the NBA. Jones had only attempted four shots coming into this game, to be fair. Show More Summary
Derrick Jones Jr. has played all of 11 minutes for the Phoenix Suns. In that time, he’s made one layup, hit one free throw, and committed one personal foul. Jones has spent most of his time in the D-League where he’s been playing 32 minutes a night and averaging 15 points and 6 boards. Not the most impressive… Read more...
Episode No. 94 of “The MMA Road Show with John Morgan” podcast, featuring B.J. Penn, Ben Saunders and Fiasco Jones, is now available for streaming and download.Filed under: News, UFC
Kyle Busch won his 10th NASCAR Xfinity Series race of the season Saturday night at Phoenix International Raceway, while Daniel Suarez, Elliott Sadler, Erik Jones and Justin Allgaier emerged from the Ticket Galaxy 200 as the four drivers...Show More Summary
Poor lil' husky MMA fan wanted to call out former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and try to capitalize on some of that Rudy underdog shit. Yeah, no. Was randomly called out by some MMA fans to try a grappling match today after my autograph signing. Show More Summary
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) may be dominating the mixed martial arts (MMA) headlines this week, but MMA fans have a ton of regional events to fall back on, as GoFightLive.tv is the place to be this weekend for combat sports....Show More Summary
PHOENIX (AP) -- The Phoenix Suns signed center Gracin Bakumanya, forward Derek Cooke Jr., guard Shaquille Harrison and forward Derrick Jones Jr. on Sunday, bringing their roster to 19 players.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona state Senate President Andy Biggs has won a recount in a razor-thin Republican primary in a suburban Phoenix congressional district. Biggs had the backing of the party establishment, while Jones cast herself as an outsider in a field of career politicians.
Not long after Donald Trump vowed to “extreme vet” all immigrants based on “merit” and ideology, in a double-down speech to fans in Phoenix, Late Night host Seth Meyers talked about a new Mother Jones report in which, he said, former...Show More Summary
Adopted brothers Caros Fodor and Ben “Phoenix Jones” Fodor met in the cage at WSOF 32 on July 30. How they got there, and the fallout that’s ensued, may have cost them any hope of a future friendship.Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, WSOF
For the people that knew them, it should have been obvious that Caros Fodor and Ben “Phoenix Jones” Fodor would one day step into a cage to do what they’d always done privately. There were too many signs it was inevitable. There was the time Caros terrified Ben by “shooting” him with a Carbine 15—which was thankfully loaded with a blank. Show More Summary
Adopted brothers Caros and “Phoenix Jones” Ben Fodor will draw figurative swords against one another at WSOF 32 on Saturday in Everett, Washington.
Tyus Jones scored a game-high 29 points and the Minnesota Timberwolves defeated the Phoenix Suns 93-83 Sunday to advance to the championship of the Las Vegas Summer League.
Ben Fodor, perhaps better known for his superhero alter-ego “Phoenix Jones,” is set to fight his adopted brother Caros Fodor at WSOF 32 on July 30. But as is so often the case with family, things are already getting messy, and the two haven’t even (...)