If the season had ended last night, the Phoenix Suns would be headed to the playoffs as the eighth seed in the West after an easy 125-107 win over the Portland Trail Blazers.The performance from the Suns starters made the victory very unsurprising: 20 points and 10 rebounds from center Marcin Gortat ... More >>
The sacking of Arizona State University athletic director (with a fancier title) Lisa Love came as no big surprise, especially after the fiasco following the firing of head football Coach Dennis Erickson. Sun Devils' fans (and there still are some) watched with some horror as the ro ... More >>
Last night's amazing performance by onetime Phoenix Suns star Shawn Marion in the Dallas Mavericks' series-clinching win over the Oklahoma City Thunder was bittersweet for local fans.The Matrix, aka Shawn MarionMarion scored a season-high 26 points in the intensely fought game, and did a ter ... More >>
suns.com Scrapper Lou Amundson equals his NBA career high with 20 points off the bench against Minnesota.Finally, the Phoenix Suns open up a serious can of whup-ass on a bad team. Fact is, the Minnesota Timberwolves are the worst team in the NBA's Western Conference, at 14-54. And who w ... More >>
It was a game in which Goran Dragic slam-dunked. Goran who? You know, the highly touted backup point guard whom fired Suns Coach Terry Porter used to ream a new one from the sidelines everytime he made a blunder. The Slovenian rookie (pictured) played with reckless ab ... More >>
NBA bad boy Stephen Jackson has found a home in Golden State. We're not big Mike D'Antoni fans. As electric as his six-and-shoot system was during the Phoenix days, it was a paper tiger that bared its cardboard fangs come playoff time. Plus, the dude began to buy into his own myth toward the end of ... More >>
The last time the Phoenix Suns played a great NBA team, they lost by a point. Last night, the Suns lost to the Boston Celtics 104-87 in Bean Town. But the only reason it was that close was that the Suns' bench -- notably Lou Amundson -- played better than the Celtics' bench in garbage time. The Suns ... 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, Ch ... More >>
Two loses to two terrible-to-mediocre teams in the past two games. In fact, the Phoenix Suns are 2-2 against such opponents in the past four games. Did we mention that Amare Stoudemire got two technical fouls, the latter of which put him in the locker room and pretty much assured a S ... More >>
Rewind, for a moment, to the 2005-06 NBA season. The Miami Heat visit the Phoenix Suns in a marquee matchup. Talk of a future NBA Finals series between the two powerhouses flood the sports talk airwaves. But despite Shaquille O'Neal's (playing for Miami at the time) team-leading 13 rebounds, th ... More >>
Ike Diogu's the Pac-10's player of the year. Will he stay at ASU or go to the NBA for millions?
Devils go dancing for the first time in years
ASU coach Rob Evans rocks his world
Chuck Kniffin caught the break of a lifetime as the Diamondbacks' new pitching coach
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