Two Phoenix Suns players made ESPN's highlight reel of the "Top 10" plays after last night's game against the Los Angeles Clippers.Unfortunately, they were on the receiving end of Blake Griffin flying through the air.The Suns lost 103-86 last night at the Staples Center, in what appeared to by a ... More >>
The Phoenix Suns kicked off the second half of their season on a high note last night when they trumped the Minnesota Timberwolves en route to a 104-95 drubbing of the Twin Cities team at US Airways Center.Steve Nash fared far better during Thursday night's game then he did in his five minutes of me ... More >>
Steve Nash leads the league in double-doubles with 26.
After an agonizing three-game stretch against the bottom-dwelling Detroit Pistons, Philadelphia 76ers and Charlotte Bobcats, the Phoenix Suns needed a big performance this weekend -- and they got it, in one game, anyway ... More >>
Amar'e Stoudemire: Slams home another good game.
For now, at least, Amar'e Stoudemire doesn't look like a defensive liability, and the Phoenix Suns played like they give a damn as they endured the second game of a four-game road swing in New Orleans, posting a 109-100 ... More >>
Jared Dudley: One of the Suns' few bright spots, scoring 17 off the bench.You're kidding, right? The Phoenix Suns' game Thursday night against the Hornets in New Orleans was supposed to be a gimme. Before the game, fans and local sports talk radio hosts had already chalked ... More >>
In the week since the Suns played the Hornets, New Orleans fired head coach Byron Scott and lost point guard Chris Paul to injury.Winning is gravy. Hustle is the meat.
A little elbow grease on the hardwood is all Suns fans could've asked for in the searing heat of late October, before Steve Na ... More >>
Seldom-used Sun Jarron Collins played tough end-of-game minutes and nailed the win against Houston.Okay, there are 70 games to go in the regular season -- not to mention more in the playoffs (prayerfully) -- but the Phoenix Suns beat the Houston Rockets 111-105 last nigh ... More >>
Lou Amundson's in-your-face block in the second quarter was symbolic of the whipping the Suns gave the Hornets.Man, we've waited a long time for this!
The Phoenix Suns dominated Chris Paul and New Orleans from the start at US Airways Center last night and wound up blowing ou ... More >>
Steve Nash and the Suns have found success in scrappiness.Just two weeks ago, in our secret heart of hearts, we were ready to consign 35-year-old Steve Nash to the dustbin of history. Unless you're Steve Nash's mom, you were, too. Be honest.
Then came that last-minute beauty shot in the regular ... More >>
Jason Richardson: Another high-scoring effort.
Even the most fanatical of Suns worshippers couldn't have imagined such an outcome. A weeklong five-game road trip to the East Coast, including bouts against powerhouses Boston and Orlando, wrapping up with four wins for the ... More >>
The Phoenix Suns were impressive against a good team Wednesday night, beating the New Orleans Hornets 105-100 on sterling play by their team leaders.
Why's GM Steve Kerr smiling? The Suns didn't make the playoffs for the first time in the Nash era.But it doesn't matter.
The ... More >>
Shaquille O'Neal has five games left as a Sun. Bank on it.
The New York Knicks were eliminated from the playoffs last Saturday, less than 24 hours before the Phoenix Suns were in every way but mathematically terminated by the Dallas Mavericks. Anyone but a Mike D'Antoni/Plan ... More >>
As bizzare as it may seem, we were thrilled by the Phoenix Suns' road loss to the New Orleans Hornets 104-91.
Playing without Shaquille O'Neal (resting, as usual, on the first of back-to-back games) and Steve Nash (flu-like symptons), the Suns looked much better Wednesday night again ... More >>
After the surprising New Orleans Hornets elbowed their way into the conversation last season, it's like every NBA analyst starting taking lessons from Jan Brady of The Brady Bunch. Paul, Paul, Paul! That's pretty much all you ever hear about the Hornets -- praise for their jet-fueled point guard, ... More >>
We were listening to a sports-radio roundtable recently, and the panelists were picking their faves to win the NBA title. Boston again. Good bet. San Antonio. Yeah, but only if Manu Ginobli gets healthy and back to full speed. New Orleans. With Chris Paul in charge, check. Here’s where it gets ... More >>