Home Page - Fire Steve Kerr
It was only a matter of time. I am waiting for a Fire Phoenix Stan site to pop up but I guess I'm not worth the effort
As Draft Approaches, Wizards Rebuff Trade Inquiries Involving Butler - washingtonpost.com
Multiple sources have confirmed that the Wizards engaged in conversations with the Phoenix Suns about acquiring all-star forward Amare Stoudemire last month, but the talks stalled when the Suns demanded Butler.
Twitter / Ric Bucher: @rsavaj Looking to see wha ...
ESPN's Ric Bucher twieets our own @rsavaj about Suns trade rumors. Look out Mark Cuban, the filter is broke! " Looking to see what they can do with Shaq or Amare. A good chance Shaq will be moved by Thursday."
KTAR.com - Suns move their training camp to San Diego
Yup. This sucks. Except for the owner and GM who have homes in San Diego this makes no sense at all. A slap in the face to Arizona fans
azcentral.com blogs - Coro's Suns dish: A Tucson jinx on the Suns
Coro makes the case against Tucson
The Hoops Report | NBA Draft Promises: Daye, Clark, Meeks, Brockman
Report that the Suns promised Early Clark they would take him at 14 if he's available
What We Think We Know About Earl Clark - TrueHoop By Henry Abbott - ESPN
All you ever wanted to know about Earl Clark...and then some. Unbelievable profile by Kevin Arnovitz for Clippers Blog.
NBA Draft Rumors: A Round Up - Ridiculous Upside
The NBA draft, as you all know, is getting closer. Much closer. And, as a result, rumors are flying in every which direction.
NBA.com: 2009 NBA Draft: Consensus Mock Draft
Consolidated mock drafts. Not sure why RU's mock isn't on this list? There is a very little agreement on who the Suns will take...looks like Thursday is going to be a real barn burner of a draft
Basketball-Reference.com Blog " Blog Archive " The Value of an NBA Draft Pick: Part I
Way too many numbers for me but Walter Davis is at the top of the list! I hope that's a good thing for Sweet D
Point Guard Rankings & Rookies: What a Difference a Weekend Makes...
Massively detailed and amazing analysis of the top rookie point guards in the WNBA and in the process the numbers show Mercury's Tameka Johnson ranked 1st of all PG's