Already astutely covered by our own Dave King, some guy named LeBron James thinks that the Phoenix Suns should "break bread," when it comes to contract negotiations with guard Eric Bledsoe. Or less eloquently put, "Hey! Give my friend money!"
If you missed anything, Paul Coro recounts the stalemate that has been the Summer of 2014 between Bledsoe and the Suns.
Nothing you haven't already heard, but here's a picture of fellow Rich Paul clients Bledsoe and James working out together in Birmingham, Alabama. Beware though, there's an overload of hashtags.
Need a job? Your favorite Western Conference powerhouse is hiring for a variety of positions.
Former Phoenix Sun Shaquille O'Neal has submitted an application to join the police force in Doral, Florida, just outside of Miami.
Suns head coach Jeff Hornacek purchased upper level seats to the Phoenix Mercury's Game 1 matchup with the Chicago Sky in the 2014 WNBA Finals.
Clearly, CLEARLY the Phoenix Suns are the favorite team among NBA fans residing in central Iowa.
Construction on a new USA Basketball complex, part of a $436 million urban showpiece in Tempe, is scheduled to begin in December.
I wonder if the Austrailian national team checked out the Nick Nolte classic Blue Chips. The Aussies have been accused of throwing its game against Angola in the FIBA World Cup. Goran Dragic has opinions.
The Dragon and his countrymen will play the United States in the World Cup quarterfinals in Barcelona Tuesday night.
Former Memphis standout Joe Jackson received an invitation to Phoenix Suns training camp on Monday.
Robert Sarver wants to hear your ideas for Phoenix. He is part of a group participating in an event modeled after the television show Shark Tank.
Goran and Zoran! Could the brothers join forces in Phoenix?
Well at least we've got Goran and Bogdan, who are shining on the international stage.