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It's the Americans in a rout! USA wins gold at the FIBA World Cup with a blowout of Serbia.

Who has the brightest future among the NBA's 30 teams? It's not the Suns. But ESPN's "Future Power Rankings" say that things are looking up in Phoenix.

Any informed Suns fan is updated on this by now, but in case you've been living under a rock: Zoran Dragic just may be joining his brother in Phoenix.

This Western Conference guard may be receiving a contract offer similar to the one that Eric Bledsoe turned his nose up at.

Here's an update on those cheating, lying Aussies we introduced you to last week. (Note: Not all Aussies are lying cheaters.)

NBCSports gives you 5 takeaways from the FIBA World Cup.

The Suns will open up 2014 training camp September 30th, on the campus of Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff.

And you can see them, for free, on October 4th.

Zach Lowe of Grantland weighs in with his thoughts on Phoenix's new court design. Spoiler Alert: he was not kind.

More than 20 years later, the Dream Team and the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona continue to have an impact on today's NBA.

Want to be part of the Phoenix Suns gameday entertainment experience? Here's a slew of opportunities open to the fans.

Is the NBA promoting promiscuity? What would most NBA rookies do if their girlfriend cheated on them?

Joseph James Johnson, the younger brother to Phoenix Suns announcer Eddie Johnson, is one of five people listed by the Secretary of State Office as a write-in candidate for governor of Arizona.

Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson was successful in preventing the Kings from moving to Seattle. His next goal is securing an MLS team in Sactown.