Well, that was fun, huh?
Now back to the grind. 27 games left. The magic number is now 18. As in 18 and 9 gets the Suns 50 wins which by any measure will earn a Exceeds Expectations rating.
If you came to this site during the trade deadline bonanza (and there were many new people that did) we hope you stick around. We do more in Phoenix than talk trades. Basketball is actually played and we will be here to talk about it.
We've got the Hawks at home tonight - more on that later. For now, chew on these links:
Grading The Trading: Making Sense Of The Busiest NBA Trade Deadline In Years - SB Nation
Phoenix Suns—C- Moves: Did not trade Amare Stoudemire... It's not to say they didn't try... But ultimately, nobody could make an offer the Suns could justify. And that's fine. As long as Suns fans and management have no illusionments about the future.
After failing to acquire Stoudemire, Miami Heat turns focus to keeping Dwyane Wade - Miami Heat - MiamiHerald.com
Having come up short in its battle to acquire Amare Stoudemire by Thursday's NBA trade deadline, the Heat is preparing for a bigger fight heading into free agency.
The teams who will compete in 2010 free agency - TrueHoop Blog - ESPN
Talk to you next summer, captain. After the madness of trade season, several teams have lined themselves up to be
azcentral.com - members
There was plenty of Kerr here in yesterday's post-trade deadline story but that's not all he said. Plus, he made an appearance this morning on KTAR-AM and mentioned how he, Managing Partner Robert Sarver, Amar'e Stoudemire and Stoudemire's agent, Happy Walters, met for dinner Thursday night at Ruth's Chris Steak House in Phoenix.
Suns On The Air -
Gentry yesterday afternoon
Dudley yesterday afternoon
Kerr this morning taking calls (he references and responds more to my question about why Dirk or other big names don't get talked about so much in trades)