nba.com/sunsFans went home with a consolation victory over the hated Spurs.The Phoenix Suns beat the San Antonio Spurs to close out their season on Fan Appreciation Night yesterday, 106-103, but in true 2010 Suns fashion almost blew the game.
Los Suns unleashed a 43-27 shellacking on the San ... More >>
nba.com/sunsEven the Timberwolves are outraged by the Suns' poor play.Anyone still wondering whether the 2010 Phoenix Suns were a team of underachievers or a mediocre ballclub received an answer last night in the form of a narrow overtime victory against the terrible Minnesota Timberwolves, 1 ... More >>
nba.com/sunsJust another one of those weekends.The NBA season might not be officially over yet for the Phoenix Suns but they're playing like it, losing to the New Orleans Hornets Friday night, 109-97, and getting erased by the Dallas Mavericks 115-90.
Friday night's game wasn't so bad, on p ... More >>
nba.com/sunsMen against boys.The Phoenix Suns kept their fading playoff hopes alive against the Los Angeles Clippers Friday night before having them snuffed out for good by the San Antonio Spurs Sunday morning.
Friday's 111-98 win against the Clippers was almost a cruel April Fool's Day pran ... More >>
nba.com/sunsSteve Nash gets pumped for another day at the office.The Oklahoma City Thunder struck the Phoenix Suns down 116-98 at the US Airways Center yesterday, burying the Suns' playoff hopes deeper.
Last night's defeat leaves Planet Orange two games below .500.
Vince Carter put up a mon ... More >>
nba.com/sunsAaron Brooks was a star last night.The Phoenix Suns kept their playoff hopes alive last night with a 114-106 victory over the terrible Toronto Raptors.
For awhile, it looked like the Suns were going to let another home game against a lousy team slip away.
Planet Orange played ti ... More >>
nba.com/sunsOrlando didn't need any Magic tricks against the Nash-less Suns.The Phoenix Suns didn't stand a chance against the Orlando Magic yesterday, not with Steve Nash out with "pelvic instability," and not with their magically disappearing offense.
Orlando whomped on the Suns in a 111-8 ... More >>
nba.com/sunsLast night's game -- in a parallel universe.The Phoenix Suns could not keep their momentum going last night against the Boston Celtics, taking a spectacular 115-103 beating in a game that was never really close.It was a major comedown from Monday night's wild overtime win against the ... More >>
www.nba.com/sunsGrant Hill: A season-high 34 points against the PacersThe Phoenix Suns launched a six-game road trip with games Friday and Sunday and came away winners in both, upping their record to three games over .500 for the first time this season. Regarding the Western Conference playof ... More >>
Yeah, that Aaron BrooksThe Phoenix Suns' front office was hinting at bringing in some big name players as the trade deadline approached Thursday, but all they ended up with was a point guard shooting 34.6 percent from the field and barely 6 feet tall.
The Suns announced their a ... More >>
www.nba.com/sunsJared Dudley: Nine points of the bench.Well, that was close (even though it shouldn't have been). Late in the second quarter on Tuesday night, the Phoenix Suns led the Sacramento Kings by 20 points and looked as if they were going to wrap this one up early in the third quarter. Un ... More >>
PG Aaron Brooks poured in a career-high 33 against the Lakers Sunday night.
No Yao Ming or Tracy McGrady? No worries for the Houston Rockets on Sunday night when they took down the reigning-champeen Los Angeles Lakers, 101-91, at Staples Center. Without Ming, who is done for the season, an ... More >>
Ron Artest, shown here in his domestic-violence-arrest mug shot, has become a good citizen on and off the court in Houston.
On paper, the loss of Amar'e Stoudemire to eye surgery ripped the heart out of the Phoenix Suns -- or at least their playoff chances.
When the Houston Rockets' perennia ... More >>
Tony Parker owns the Suns this season.There's only bad news about the fading Phoenix Suns, whose chances of making the Western Conference playoffs get slimmer by the game.
The sad thing is, the Suns could've won every one of the past four road games in Orlando, Miami, Houston, a ... More >>