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 >>
Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Ray Allen are next on the Suns' docket.
After getting peppered on Wednesday night by the Orlando Magic, the 4-1 Phoenix Suns continue their beast-of-an-East-Coast swing with one super toughie and one winnable one. (If, that is, they don't go all 2008-09 Sun ... More >>
Dwight Howard doing his Superman impression at the All-Star Game.It was only a matter of time.
Yeah, the Phoenix Suns were 4-0 going into last night's game with Superman and the Orlando Magic -- the man of steel being everybody's favorite basketball star nowadays, Dwight Howard. ... More >>
The good, of course, were Rajon Rondo (pictured) and the mighty Boston Celtics, who came into US Airways Center Sunday Afternoon and took care of business, 128-108, against the Phoenix Suns.
The bad were the Oklahoma City Thunder, who got dominated by the Suns here Friday night, ... More >>
More impressive than the 140 or more points scored in each of the Phoenix Suns' dominating victories over the Los Angeles Clippers is this quote by Clippers guard Eric Gordon, which followed the second game of the Alvin Gentry era.
"They are going to be a really hard team to beat now that they are ... More >>
Kobe and Shaq are once again BFF. Awwww.
The only thing the sports media love more than a good feud is a half-assed gesture to end it under meaningless circumstances. So it was that Kobe and Shaq were forced to awkwardly hoist a trophy together at the 2009 NBA All-Star game, just as they did ... More >>
The Phoenix Suns longest road trip of the year was a disaster -- until the Big Three (no, not those Big Three) found a way to win against the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday.
We're talking about Steve Nash, Amar'e Stoudemire, and Shaquille O'Neal.
Nash played so brilliantly against the Hawks ... More >>
Boston's Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Ray Allen
From the middle of November through the end of December, 38 days to be exact, the Boston Celtics didn't lose a game, sweeping their way to 19 consecutive victories. The team's record on December 23 was 27-2.
"Best team ever" pursed the lips of s ... More >>