The Suns are prepared to part ways with a couple of their veterans for the right price
Phoenix will by out the contract of veteran center Greg Monroe, seemingly indicating they do not intend to trade Tyson Chandler.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are expected to make a blockbuster trade before the February 8 trade deadline in order to strengthen their chance of reclaiming the NBA championship title this season. According to the latest NBA rumors, the Cavaliers...Show More Summary
In the latest instance of a coach exploiting an obscure rule, the Suns avoided a goaltending call on a last-second inbounds pass that was dunked by Tyson Chandler for a win.
With just 0.6 seconds remaining, Tyson Chandler dunked home an inbounds pass to give Phoenix the W
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We have that and more in Wednesday’s NBA newsletter. That right there is a buzzer-beating, game-winning alley-oop from Dragan Bender to Tyson Chandler to lift the Suns over the Grizzlies on Tuesday. It took just 0.2 seconds of game clock to execute. Show More Summary
The Bulls stay hot with a W in Milwaukee, the Suns beat the buzzer with a Tyson Chandler alley-oop & more! The post Post Up: Windy City Winning appeared first on SLAMonline.
Tyson Chandler dunked in an inbounds pass with 0.4 seconds left to give the Phoenix Suns a 99-97 win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday
Tyson Chandler may be 35 years old, but he can still throw it down like he's in his 20s.
Tyson Chandler dunked Dragan Bender’s inbounds pass from the opposite sideline with 0.4 seconds remaining.
The Phoenix Suns just took down the Memphis Grizzlies 99-97, and the game-winning play came on an alley-oop dunk off an inbounds pass to beat the buzzer. And Fox Sports Arizona color commentator Eddie Johnson was all over the play. “Don’t...Show More Summary
Suns win! Dragan Bender lobbed up a side-out of bounds pass to Tyson Chandler for the win over the Grizzlies, 99-97. With only.6 seconds left, the Suns had few options but to lob the ball up to their vet. And it worked! The pass wasShow More Summary
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