Kokoskov would go from one bright young core to another after his quick stint in Phoenix.
Two Phoenix Suns rookies could add awards to their resume after quality rookie seasons.
The hiring of two assistants from Gonzaga and Villanova could lend us a blueprint to Jones’ thinking on developing young talent.
They might be turning heads for the wrong reasons around the league, but young players are excited about the possibility of playing with the group in Phoenix.
We discuss the buzz at No. 6 for the Suns after a week of meetings, drills and scrimmages.
Wonder how it all went down for some super Suns fans?
Clarke is a fascinating fit in the frontcourt next to Deandre Ayton, and a potential target at No. 6 for the Suns.
Kyrie reuniting with James Jones in Phoenix and making a Big 3 with Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton?
Brandon Clarke and Tacko Fall are surprises after the measurements were taken at the NBA Combine.
No more Zion and Ja discussion. Time to pivot to Plan B.
It doesn’t appear James Jones was ever expecting the 2019 draft to change the fortunes of this franchise.
Our takeaways from the Suns falling to No. 6 in the NBA Draft. What does this mean moving forward?
By dropping to No. 6, the Suns have every incentive to get off the tank.
Time to hit the trade machine...