Reports show Oubre as a backup target for championship contenders, but the real threat to give Oubre a big offer comes from other teams’ on the Suns’ timeline.
Locked On Suns Wednesday: Why Cam Johnson could work out for Phoenix with Zach Milner of The Stepien
Zach joins the show to break down Johnson’s game and talk about how he fits within the larger context of the Suns’ roster. We also hit on Ty Jerome in-depth, too.
If the draft provided any ideas, one free agent point guard makes more sense than ever, and his fit with Devin Booker is wonderful.
Once again, your Suns are on the cutting edge.
Locked On Suns Tuesday: Jeff Siegel of Early Bird Rights joins to break down all of the Suns’ options in free agency
Phoenix has a ton of avenues open to them in the next two weeks, and didn’t give us much of an indication on draft night of how they will proceed.
Lowe: Devin Booker has campaigned for D’Angelo Russell, but Suns’ front office may not share his enthusiasm
ESPN’s Zach Lowe explained some of the behind-the-scenes machinations of the Suns’ interest in Russell.
Where do the Suns sit on the cusp of a wild summer?
Paul and Justin talk about what the Phoenix Suns have done in the past week
Locked On Suns Monday: Liberty Ballers’ Jackson Frank on Dario Saric, the draft, and building out the Suns’ defense
Jackson comes on to break down Saric’s fit next to Deandre Ayton, the Suns’ draft-day valuations, and more.
The longest-tenured Suns player and the last icon of the Ryan McDonough era was salary-dumped on draft night.
James Jones’ draft day reviews were mostly bad. Will his free agency moves look better?
No more bets on potential. Suns GM James Jones wants ready-made prospects who are specialists.
The arrival of Baynes gives the Suns more grittiness and depth.
Johnson opts in, but is he staying around?
It’s really not good.
Locked On Suns Friday: Rethinking the Suns’ plan after the 2019 draft with Gerald Bourguet of Hoops Habit
What do the three Suns trades and picks of Cam Johnson and Ty Jerome tell us about the organization’s plan?
The Suns definitely went off schedule with their moves.
The Suns acted quickly, signing a player they must have liked during the pre-draft process after the draft ended without Lecque’s name being called.
Phoenix isn’t done making moves adding more shooting and experience.
Out of nowhere, the Suns picked Cam Johnson, who was believed by some to potentially fall to the second round.
It’s going to be a wild draft. Buckle up, Suns fans.
Warren is off to Indiana while the Suns retool their roster.
Counting down from No. 30 down to No. 1 in my final preview piece for the 2019 NBA Draft.
Get ready for the 2019 NBA Draft with our final mock draft here on Bright Side. Who do the Suns walk away with at No. 6?
The Suns have been unpredictable throughout the pre-draft process. What’s the latest intel?
Teams around the league continue to believe Warren and Jackson will be dealt very soon.
The 2019 NBA Draft has to be frustrating for teams hoping to improve dramatically, but that also makes it pretty interesting to analyze.
Scratch another name off the point guard list.
The secretive Suns seem to have their preferred prospects, depending on draft scenarios.