8 Total Updates since October 12, 2012
7 months ago Article 123 comments
Two teams that underwent massive roster fluctuation this summer took the court Friday night. One of those teams appeared to be incorporating their additions and building continuity. The other did not.
7 months ago Video 1 comment
Markieff Morris talking to reporters after the Suns Friday night preseason win over the Portland Trail Blazers.
7 months ago Article 40 comments
The Suns looked sharp in their first home preseason game. There was a lot of positive signs on the offensive end but several old Phoenix foes are still hanging around. Here's a few more thoughts on the game as well as links to other recaps.
7 months ago Article 312 comments
Suns preseason home opener ends triumphantly as Phoenix cruises to victory behind an all around effort and great play from the starters.
7 months ago Update 1 comment
Sebastian Telfair was expected to make his preseason debut for the Phoenix Suns on Friday night after missing the team's first game Wednesday with what had been described as a minor wrist injury. Just about hour before tip in Friday night, it's now reported that "Bassy" will be held out of this game as well.
Telfair was slated to return for tonight's preseason game but Gentry said he has been scratched again due to the bruise above his wrist.— Paul Coro (@paulcoro) October 13, 2012
Telfair played significant minutes for the Suns last season so his coach has a pretty good idea what to expect from the veteran backup point guard. The late scratch opens up more minutes for rookie Kendall Marshall to play behind starter, Goran Dragic at point.
The game is scheduled to tip off at 7:00 p.m. local time and will be broadcast on NBA TV.
7 months ago GameThread 647 comments
The Phoenix Suns host the Portland Trail Blazers in the second game of the Suns preseason campaign. The Suns are 0-1 and the Blazers are 1-0 in the exhibition season.
7 months ago Article 16 comments
Game time. Friday night. Suns vs Blazers. #NextStartsNow
7 months ago Article 37 comments
With the season rapidly approaching, a writer from one of our sister sites, Blazer's Edge, gives a review, preview and scouting report on the Portland Trail Blazers. I welcomed his analysis with open arms, because as the maxim goes, "Keep your friends close and the Trail Blazers closer."