I can’t comprehend what a ‘worst-case’ scenario looks like for your Phoenix Suns after last season.
What is the best and worst-case scenario for Booker’s defensive capabilities this season?
Which teams will make the playoffs this year, per the LOS crew? We run through the West and East while also outlining where the Suns land.
Rubio, Tyler, Baynes, Kaminsky, Booker, Ayton, Suns tanking is for chumps.
James Jones went on the Suns ‘The Outlet’ with Lindsey Smith to talk all things off season and what to expect in training camp.
It’s time to run through all of these scenarios across the roster. How will it go for Phoenix?
The Phoenix Suns have through the month of October to make some calls on 2020-21 contracts for Ayton, Bridges and Saric.
Dave, Greg and Tim interview Caroline Darney from SB Nation site StreakingTheLawn.com about new Suns rookie Ty Jerome
What Rubio’s MVP performance in the FIBA World Cup tells us about how the Suns can improve in 2019-20.
Devin Booker won’t be struggling, but how about his new teammates?
Espo makes his first appearance on the show to break down James Jones’ first summer at the helm and what success looks like for the 2019-20 Suns.
Dave, Greg and Tim finish their deep dive on West starting lineups
Center of the Sun: Ricky Rubio’s FIBA World Cup performance leaves the Suns looking smart to sign him
So much for the ESPN poll calling it one of the worst moves of the summer.
New Suns players competed for medals in the FIBA World Championship
Cam Johnson is a likely candidate to join the rotation as a rookie, but Ty Jerome and Jalen Lecque may be brought along more slowly.
Between a steadfast veteran backup and floor-spacers around him, Ayton has the help to improve in Year 2.
Whose stock is up and whose stock is down heading into the final days of the FIBA World Cup in China?
Can last season’s weakness be turned into this season’s strength?
Locked On Suns Wednesday: Wing rotation comes down to more than Mikal Bridges vs. Kelly Oubre Jr. starting
We continue to go position-by-position on the Suns’ roster as we discuss the wing rotation.
Ayton grew up in the Bahamas, a chain of islands which were decimated by Hurricane Dorian last week.
Solar Panel, ep. 151: Debating the SI Top 100, which includes Booker, Rubio but ignores Ayton, Saric
Dave, Greg and Tim discuss the merits of the SI Top 100
Team USA lost to France in the quarterfinals of the FIBA World Championships
Locked On Suns Tuesday: Devin Booker-Ricky Rubio partnership takes center stage in the Suns’ guard rotation
We continue previewing the 2019-20 season by starting our positional breakdowns with the Suns’ playmakers.
Ayton and a new addition are getting no love from national media.
Which Phoenix Suns small forward will start the most games?
Highsmith signed an Exhibit 10 contract with the Suns, meaning it can be converted to a two-way deal.
Center of the Sun: Rubio and Baynes are playing well in China and hopefully they will continue to do so with Suns
As the FIBA World Cup games near their end, the beginning of training camp looms closer.
Ayton, who was born and raised in The Bahamas, is giving back and also setting up a way for others to help.
Locked On Suns Friday: How the Suns’ newfound depth can create a balanced rotation for Monty Williams
With two above-average point guards, an entirely new frontcourt, and several new veterans, the Suns will have a real rotation of NBA talent this season.
Dave and Matt Moore of HP Basketball and the Action Network discuss lots of Booker storylines
The nightly impact Ayton brings to the Suns’ defense really could go either way.
Bridges didn’t make an All-Rookie team, but the advanced metrics show he’s poised for a huge leap in Year 2.
The floor for this team jumped way up over the summer, but who benefitted most from all the changes?