We brought on Max McCauley and David Nash from the 7SOL podcast to take stock of the Suns at the All-Star break.
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Whether an easier schedule will bring more wins is debatable, though.
The shorthanded Suns try to upend the resurgent Trail Blazers.
With Phoenix holding the tag as the worst team at the All-Star break, how would landing No. 1 again change this franchise?
The Phoenix Suns haven’t had an All-Star in now seven years. And it’s been a decade since two were selected. Will that be changing in the near future? It definitely should.
There are so many ways to increase viewership on All-Star Weekend. I’ve got some ideas.
55 different teammates in three and a half years. No starting-caliber point guard in a year and a half. Mismanaged with little to no win-now talent surrounding him — it has to change ASAP.
Booker looks at best friends and All-Stars D’Angelo Russell and Karl-Anthony Towns as motivation.
The former Hawks coach and current Bucks ringleader probably would have at least found a point guard by now.
Back to back for Book means half off tix.
Giving autonomy and loads of cash to David Griffin is the clearest, simplest answer to putting the Suns back in the right direction.
We break down the Suns’ stars chances on Friday and Saturday night in Charlotte before unveiling our updated top five prospects in the 2019 NBA Draft.
15 straight losses. Just three victories since their four-game win streak almost two months ago. This season is giving last year’s a run for its money with massive disappointment.