I have nothing to say. Here's the links. Check back later and I might have come up with something to write about. Maybe not. You never know. Glad I don't get paid by the word.
I wouldn't read too much into this. Ebb and flow baby and this is a little ebb...the flow will come
azcentral.com blogs - Dan Bickley - DanBickley - Amar'e's Future: 'Still 50-50'
"Still not sure what I’m going to do this summer," Stoudemire said on Tuesday. "Still 50-50. It’s not for certain if I’m going to stay or go."
Phoenix Suns coach Alvin Gentry optimistic that Robin Lopez can play vs. Los Angeles Lakers
To listen to pundits, the Suns have very little chance to get past the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Western Conference finals unless center Robin Lopez is able to return from a bulging disk in his back before the series begins Monday.
That's a wrap: The Laker train is picking up speed in sweeping the Utah Jazz - Silver Screen and Roll
Taking one last look at the Lakers' sweep of the Utah Jazz.
NBA Pre-Draft Workouts - Ridiculous Upside
I've decided to start putting together a list of all of the NBA pre-draft workouts for the upcoming NBA Draft since I didn't see a list anywhere else.
Phoenix Suns' rivalry with Los Angeles Lakers has deep roots
Suns, Lakers set to renew a long playoff rivalry that began with a galaxy of stars on the court in 1970.
Phoenix Suns chatter: Quotes from practice Tuesday
What the Suns coach and players had to say at practice Tuesday in Phoenix.
azcentral.com blogs - Coro's Suns dish - PaulCoro - Suns-Lakers so far
The Lakers won three of four games this season with the Suns, one of only six teams to win a regular-season series against Phoenix and the only team to beat the Suns three times. The others were Charlotte (2-0), Cleveland
Nasty Nash: Tough as Nails | Blog Archive | Nothing Easy | Blogs | TheScore.com
I challenge you to not like Steve Nash. Go ahead, try it. He’s bad at defence. Okay, we already knew that. What else have you got for me? Yeah, that’s what I thought. Because I’m Canadian, my respect for Nash is almost a patriotic requirement, but he makes it so damn easy.
SUNS: Suns Video Player
Practice: Grant Hill - May 11, 2010 - NBA Videos and Highlights
The More Suns Change, the More They Stay the Same -- NBA FanHouse
This team hasn't gotten more normal, they've found unusual ways to get the ordinary taken care of. D'Antoni was fearless, remarkable, and absolutely blind. Kerr and Gentry haven't tampered so much as they have tinkered. This isn't a polluted SSOL, it's a pragmatic version. The irony is that, as the league has come around to the Gospel of D'Antoni (who has so far proven feckless with the Knicks), it's perhaps a more hospitable place than ever for Phoenix's style. That doesn't change the fact, though, that his vision was an incomplete one.
Bold Predictions: Why The Suns and Magic Will Waltz To The NBA Finals | Online Basketball Betting
The Phoenix Suns and Orlando Magic both tore right through their Conference semifinal opponents as if they were paper banners held up by cheerleaders. Both
Julie Fie: Suns Exec in a Man's World
Julie Fie can be found in the middle of the media storm that's been following the Phoenix Suns these days. She's getting emails from across the country, but she's not complaining.
Phenomenal Swag: twoeightnine design's 'Nashty' T-shirt - Ball Don't Lie - NBA Blog - Yahoo! Sports
I'm not going to lie, I love this shirt. It may have only gotten 3.5/5 "Muggsy Bogues" (basically 3.5/5 stars), but I love it.
Swept Away: Post-Game Bullet Points on Lakers-Jazz Game 4 - Silver Screen and Roll
Even with the Jazz cutting the lead to single digits, I was never more than mildly concerned. As a Lakers fan, you have to get used to the inevitable let-up in intensity in a game where the Lakers are leading big, they start feeling out "are we going to have to really focus to put this game away?" because, you know, it's really nice when you can stop working and cruise to the end. The Lakers didn't exactly get it together, but they did break a sweat in the third and fourth, and did enough to put this game to rest . It was a fight that they were winning by a bunch on the scorecard, and they kept the other boxer at bay for the decision. Everyone wants the slugger to go for the KO, but that requires so much more effort when you have a lead. It ain't right, but I get it. The Lakers seemed to have the right intensity on offense in the third quarter, but on defense? Not so much.
KTAR.com - Underdog Suns a confident team
"They're the defending champs and they just swept the Jazz," guard Steve Nash said of the Lakers being the favorites. "That's fine, that's not really going to mean too much I don't think once the games start."
I nominate this for the shot of the season...