Basketball-Reference.com Blog " Blog Archive " Nash Gunning For a Third MVP?
The Suns' performance so far has been both surprising and commendable, but the jury is still out on whether they can maintain it, because the best predictor of future results says they're not quite as good as their record says they are.
I have to agree with this....The Suns have played great but in many ways it's been done with hustle and grit and a bit of smoke and mirrors. I am no where near ready to say that the Suns can beat the Lakers, Spurs or Nuggets in a playoff series. And as GREAT as Nash has been he has tendency to slow down as the season wears on.
Enjoy the early season success but this ride will still be more roller coaster than rocket ship....
Now go prove me wrong, Phoenix Suns and keep winning!
Lakers already playing catch-up to Suns - Lakers blog : The Orange County Register
DON'T CLICK THIS LINK. JUST ENJOY THE HEADLINE!
Be wary of betting the Phoenix Suns
Sell the Phoenix Suns – The Suns are off to a scintillating 10-2 start, but don’t expect the good times to continue for 82 games. HATER!
Hardwood Paroxysm " Blog Archive " SUPER!BASKETBALL!FIGHTING!EXCITEMENT!BATTLE!
Check out Steve Nash's Fighting Trading Whatever Card
Hardwood Paroxysm " Blog Archive " Nichols and Dime: How Accurate are some of the Advanced Stats That We Use?
Using advanced stats to attack advance stats....but forget all that. There's pretty pictures!
Rookies Proving the \'09 Draft Class Can Play - Sean Deveney - The Baseline - Sporting News
No Earl Clark? I kid!
Suns doing job with less running
NBA fans are falling for Phoenix's high-scoring ways all over again. The system that made the Suns everyone's second-favorite team has returned and shocked the shoelaces off the NBA, leading to a tie with Atlanta for the league's best record at 10-2. But the story line has a new twist. The Suns actually do not run like they once did. In fact, they are an ordinary running team.
- KTAR.com - Suns biggest surprise to Kerr is the rebounding
azcentral.com Coro blog
The Suns signed Jarron Collins and he has played 59 minutes, a mix of spot rotation duty and mop-up minutes. But even if he has not been what the Suns billed they were adding, he has been exactly what they needed.
Forget Shane Battier, the Phoenix Suns have their own "No-Stats All-Star"
More love for Dudley
- SBN NBA Power Rankings, Week 3: Lakers No. 1 By Default; Bucks, Blazers Make Moves - SB Nation Clearly I need to vote next time...