The Suns held a spirited practice today. Moods seemed high. Play of the practice (that I saw) was Alando Tucker leading a 2 on1 break and throwing a sweet lob to Jared Dudley who was able to rise up, catch the ball, and sort of guide it in. Tucker gave him the business for not dunking it...
Jason Richardson sat out of practice and is questionable for Tuesday's game and Robin's Door has been replaced.
Post practice audio and some miscellaneous links follow.
Jason Richardson talks about the hand
Nash talks about staying in the picture
Gentry does NOT talk about the officials
Taylor Griffin reflects on his first ever use of a scarf for non-decorative purposes
KTAR.com - Suns' Richardson questionable against Spurs
Phoenix Suns shooting guard Jason Richardson injured his right hand on Saturday night against the Denver Nuggets and is questionable for Tuesday night's game against the San Antonio Spurs.
SUNS: Griffin Makes Impressive D-League Debut
Last Monday, the Suns sent Griffin down to the NBA Developmental League so he could participate in some more live game action. Since minutes for the rookie were sparse in the Suns' regular rotation, the front office brass wanted Griffin to compete in an organized game instead of just practicing.
Stoudemire's Downtown files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
The basketball player does not own the business. Downtown Restaurant LLC, paid Stoudemire a licensing fee to use his name.
Are The Phoenix Suns a Mirage? - Basketball News & NBA Rumors -
The Phoenix Suns are 16-8 after Saturday's loss in Denver. That's a pretty healthy record for a team that has played the most road games of any team in the NBA. It's also a good mark considering many so-called experts didn't give the Suns a chance of sniffing the NBA Playoffs at the inception of the campaign.
Sample shows these Phoenix Suns are for real
Of course, it's not always accurate. Injuries, scheduling quirks, personnel moves and referees like Billy Kennedy are variables that can skew things a bit.
Worst Refereeing We've Seen all Season Keeps Suns from Winning Two Weekend Games in Row Against Elite Teams. Next Up: Hated Spurs - Phoenix News - Valley Fever
Phoenix News. Worst Refereeing We've Seen all Season Keeps Suns from Winning Two Weekend Games in Row Against Elite Teams. Next Up: Hated Spurs. Phoenix New Times news, blogs, music, movies, restaurants and the arts.
NBA 'Watchability' Scale: Ranking Every Team Based On Entertainment, Not Talent - SB Nation
Here's one NBA addict's attempt to rank each of the 30 NBA teams in terms of "watchability," so you can make your decision on what games to watch. What is "watchability?" Much like pornography, you can't define it, but you know it when you see it. Winning is not necessarily the main determining factor. There are bad teams that are eminently watchable, and there are good teams that are really tough on the eyes.
The Official Phoenix Suns Blog " Blog Archive " Steve Nash Saves Win With Amazing Play
Another great Nash story
Phoenix Suns' tempo on offense rises, falls
Notes: The Suns have felt the no-call sting in Denver before but have been more stung by offensive funks of late. Plus more tidbits on the team.
American Chronicle | Ranking the sets of twins in NBA history
It's about time someone finally did this.