The Suns have blown leads against the Spurs, Magic, Heat and Bucks at home and Nuggets, Blazers and Kings on the road. This is becoming a very tiresome habit and no one seems to have the answer as to why this is happening.
BLOG NIGHT AT THE SUNS. Group Ticket Discount - Bright Side Of The Sun
We've got an extension on the deadline but so far the response is dismal. If we don't reach the 50 ticket mark we won't get the early entry. The discount will still apply for any tickets sold of course.
Please buy your tickets if you are planning on coming and PLEASE feel free to refer this offer to anyone, anywhere.
This really will be a very cool event IF we get enough people to show. And besides, blown leads make for more exciting games.
Your Friendly Ticket Pusher
Heat Bans Gambling, Fun On Flights - SB Nation
What’s the point of even having NBA players if they’re not going to gamble high stakes money on strange card games with rules that nobody understands? Are we banning rampant infidelity next? Cancelling All-Star Weekend?
Suns Get Away Game Almost "Gets Away" From Suns | Phoenix Suns News
A familiar face, Kurt Thomas, joined the game in the fourth, and once again proved Sarver and Kerr fools for trading him. He played tough interior defense on Stoudemire, hit timely jump shots, and grabbed rebounds. If only we had retained his services for the 2007 playoffs…
The Official Phoenix Suns Blog " Blog Archive " Great Expectations
Frankly, after watching them build a 24-point lead in the first half and then have to come from behind in the fourth period to beat a Milwaukee team that has won only four games on the road all year (and no games in Phoenix in the last 21 years), and was playing the second half of a dreaded back-to-backer I’m torn between undecided and "or what"?
Dry spell in desert persists - JSOnline
For the second straight night the Bucks got off to a terrible start and found themselves behind by 23 late in the first quarter and by 24 early in the second. But they stormed back and had the Suns' lead down to 79-76 going into the fourth.
Jennings gets baited into 'twash twalk' with fake Farmar - Ball Don't Lie - NBA Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Brandon Jennings(notes) and Jordan Farmar(notes) have exchanged some heated tweets on their respective Twitter accounts. Sorry, let's try that again. Brandon Jennings and some miscellaneous recluse pretending to be Jordan Farmar have exchanged some heated tweets on their respective Twitter accounts.
- Suns blow lead, but edge Bucks
- SUNS: Newsroom Notes: Suns Hold Off Bucks
Recap: Suns 105 Bucks 101 - Brew Hoop
Milwaukee comes back from 24 down but falls just short in Phoenix, where they have lost 22 in a row.
Media Row Report: Blazers 94, Cavaliers 106 - Blazersedge
James mechanically drained his three pointers and then paused briefly as a ballboy went to retrieve a rare miss. Sensing an opportunity, one of the group reached out to James and patted him on the butt, not unlike teammates do countless times during every NBA game. Perhaps with a little more cupping action than usual but, nevertheless, an innocent gesture. The move bordered on the bizarre because it was clear the two had no prior relationship.
NBA Power Rankings: Where Super Contenders Drop Back Into The Pack - SB Nation
It's also nice to see coaches and players get upset even when they win. Say what you want about Phoenix, but they still have among the most professional locker room in the game. That helps them squeeze every drop of talent out of the inherently flawed roster they have. Well, that and Steve Nash.
The Tao of Steve Nash, the Bono of Basketball -- NBA FanHouse
PHOENIX -- Certainly, Steve Nash has no objections to being voted to start next month's NBA All-Star Game in Dallas, but what the league's two-time
Grant Hill last night on reaching 15,000 points:
"Considering I had 10,000 after six years and it took me 10 years to get another 5,000 so figure another 20 years to get another 1,000. No it's cool it felt good. It just means I've been around a long time."
[Note by Phoenix Stan, 01/12/10 3:05 PM MST ]
Coach Gentry talking today after practice and before the team plane departed for a four game road swing. He pretty much spent 10 minutes talking about blowing leads. Check it out:
or just watch the video...you can see my hand if you look close