The Suns were swiftly eliminated from the In-Season Tournament, at the hands of the Los Angeles Lakers, in a game that saw instances of the past creep up again.
Match-up’s, schemes, plus x’s and o’s ahead of tip-off in round one.
Uneven early returns saw the Suns break this one open, ultimately compiling a run the Grizzlies could never fully come back from.
The Suns return home, after a solid three-game road trip, but have things to focus on defensively, even amidst the bright spot developments.
The Suns are putting it together as they solve the defensive end of the floor, as a collective, and find their footing particularly defending in fourth quarters.
A career-best playmaking night for Booker "reveals" who the Suns' point guard is.
Prolific pick-and-roll play, punctual pace, and defensive moments garner the Suns much-needed win.
Phoenix’s breakdowns late versus the Lakers and Thunder are a result of a lapse in execution that has persisted, in efforts to "shut the door" on opponents. They’re far from "dooms day,’ but are in need of an identity.
The Phoenix Suns have a gritty, defensive-minded gem to deploy underneath the offensive-minded top-end layers to run the show.
A dive into the film on the Suns turning a collective corner in their two-way process, against Portland.
As we prepare for the game against the Nuggets, here are some things that caught my eye against Detroit.