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Daily Links and Audio: Robin's Door, The Aftermath

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[Note by Phoenix Stan, 12/10/09 3:25 PM MST ]

Robin Lopez talking after practice about yesterday's door incident along w/ Gentry's comments on the matter. Audio provided by Sports 620 KTAR

 

  • KTAR.com - Lopez accepts responsibility for his actions
    "Everybody has days like that, it's human," Lopez said after practice on Thursday. "I'm remorseful for it obviously, it's over with and it's not a big deal in the big scheme of things."
  • Amar'e 1st, Nash 3rd in All-Star votes
    The first returns are out for NBA All-Star balloting and there is good news and bad news for the Suns. First, the bad: Steve Nash is third among Western Conference guards, behind Lakers star Kobe Bryant (692,518 - leading vote-getter) and the Houston Rockets' Tracy McGrady (281,545). McGrady has yet to play a game this season. Nash is leading the NBA in assists (11 per game) and is averaging 17.5 points. The good: Amar'e Stoudemire leads the voting for Western Conference centers, easily outdistancing the Lakers' Andrew Bynum (447,776 votes to 299,484) for the top spot.
  • Tim Donaghy's claims on trial - TrueHoop Blog - ESPN
    This is a couple of days old, but it's a thorough look at the Donaghy Affair from Henry Abbott and Kevin Arnovitz. And a bit of a conspiracy fail.
  • The Official Phoenix Suns Blog " Blog Archive " Why the Suns’ Offense Has Stalled
    "We can’t stop, walk and be over-analytical because we’re not a power team and we don’t have a lot of creators," Nash added. "So we need the offense to be created by our movement. We’d like to play a little bit faster. We still don’t know if we’re a fast break team but that doesn’t mean our half-court tempo can’t increase and that we can’t put pressure on the defense because of our movement and skill."

Coach Gentry on Sports 620 KTAR

 

Steve Kerr on Sports 620 KTAR