Guard Eric Bledsoe was the first player to be traded by the Phoenix Suns, and former all-star Tyson Chandler might be the next Suns’ player to go. If the reports are accurate, the Phoenix Suns will continue to be looking to make more NBA trades. Show More Summary
“It’s literally doing your job and trying to set an example,” he said.
The 2017-18 NBA Season is just under a couple of weeks old but a number of names, including those of Eric Bledsoe, Tyson Chandler, and Nikola Mirotic, are already being floated around as potential candidates to be in a different uniform...Show More Summary
The Suns are reportedly looking to include the veteran center in a Bledsoe trade
The 35-year-old is owed $26.6 million over the next two years. The post Report: Suns Attempted to Include Tyson Chandler in Eric Bledsoe Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
NBA veteran Tyson Chandler has put his estate in gated Hidden Hills back up for sale at $7.995 million. That’s a $2-million pivot from when he put the house on the market two years ago for $9.995 million. Built in 2009 and extensively updated by the all-star, the Traditional-style house has about...
Former NBA all-star and Phoenix Suns’ center Tyson Chandler could be on the move if the Suns can find a taker. What the Phoenix Suns are asking teams for Tyson Chandler is unknown. Will an NBA team meet the Suns’ asking price for the defensive star? Tyson Chandler is not the only player the Phoenix are considering parting ways with. Show More Summary
Phoenix Suns star Tyson Chandler says he ain't gonna trash his old boss, Phil Jackson -- telling TMZ Sports the Zen Master "helped me out" by trading him from the Knicks to the Mavs back in 2014. People trashed the trade back then (and…
The 2017 NBA Draft is just around the corner and teams have begun making their moves to improve their rosters. The Phoenix Suns, New York Knicks, and L.A. Clippers have been linked to separate trade rumors involving their marquee players, including Devin Booker, Tyson Chandler, Kristaps Porzingis, and DeAndre Jordan. Devin Booker and the No. Show More Summary
The Clippers reportedly offered Jordan to the Suns for Tyson Chandler and the No. 4 pick. The Los Angeles Clippers have spoken to a few teams to gauge the trade interest on rim-protecting center DeAndre Jordan, according to ESPN’s Chris Haynes. Show More Summary
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Most veterans like Chandler want to play for title contenders, but he’s perfectly content to be the mentor for one of the youngest teams in the NBA. BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Earl Watson remembers when he first met Tyson Chandler. Watson andShow More Summary
The veteran wants to help young players
Get the latest on the trade rumors regarding New Orleans' Anthony Davis, Miami's Hassan Whiteside and Phoenix's Tyson Chandler.
Portland does need a defensive-minded center
Tyson Chandler could have left the Suns this summer but a "family" choice to stay led to seeing his mom before she died.
Celebrity designer Jeff Andrews is a legend in the design community. He's worked with the Kardashian family, Ryan Seacrest, and many more of Hollywood's elite, and now, he's working with another legend: NBA star Tyson Chandler! Andrews teamed up with Wayfair and put his skills to work, making over a stunning room in Tyson Chandler's Los Angeles home. Show More Summary
Knicks team president Phil Jackson says his biggest mistake so far in New York’s front-office, was leaving Jae Crowder on the table in the multi-player trade that sent Tyson Chandler The post Phil Jackson: Biggest Mistake Was Not Trading for Jae Crowder appeared first on SLAMonline.
NBA All-Star Tyson Chandler has sold a home in Riverside for $798,000. Chandler, a two-time California Mr. Basketball at Dominguez High in Compton, closed sale on the two-story in 2001 — shortly after he was taken second overall in that year’s draft by the Los Angeles Clippers and promptly traded...
Between 1995 and 2005, three of the greatest NBA players of all time—Kevin Garnett, Kobe Bryant and LeBron James—and several perennial all-stars, including Dwight Howard, Tracy McGrady and Tyson Chandler, were drafted straight out of high school. Unfortunately, that path wasn’t quite the yellow brick road that it seemed.