And other fun injury news for your fantasy basketball Wednesday night.
Former four-points-or-less Phoenix Suns players make the news this offseason.
Dudley talks to Bright Side about how he has been successful at power forward despite only being 6’7” and a poor rebounder.
Registrations cap off at 100 attendees aged 13-17 years old for Dudley’s shooting clinic on September 24-25
Phoenix Suns forward Jared Dudley predicts a winning season for the young Suns.
By guaranteeing center Alan Williams’ contract for the 2016-17 season, the Phoenix Suns allow the home town hero a chance to continue realizing his dream of playing for the Suns.
The ratings of half the Suns teams are leaked three weeks before NBA 2K17 is released.
Four years after being drafted 12th overall, former Suns player Kendall Marshall is looking for his seventh NBA stop.
As players and coaches take a few weeks to breathe, we set the stage for the new NBA season with notes on training camp, free open scrimmage, reporting dates and pundits’ win predictions for the Phoenix Suns.
While many big-named coaches and players lament how the AAU mentality is impeding today’s athletes, Phoenix Suns coach Earl Watson offers a strong counter argument.
The Phoenix Suns just love having multiple players running around in jerseys with the same last name, from the Morrii to the Dragii and now to the Bookii.
On a podcast this week, four-time league MVP LeBron James suggested that Suns teenager Devin Booker will be a “really, really, really good All-Star in the league.”
The Phoenix Suns, set to become one of the youngest teams in the league, will have the league’s toughest second half schedule.
Suns coach Earl Watson sees a lot of himself in Ronnie Price, and is willing to give him a coaching job when Price is ready to retire.
The NBA Players have voted for the 2015-16 Player Awards, and the Suns actually showed up somewhere.
Ronnie Price told the Suns more than two weeks ago he was leaving for another team on a two year deal. Today, Eric Pincus tweeted it is the OKC Thunder.
Stoudemire, Steve Nash, and Shawn Marion helped reinvent basketball in the desert.