PHOENIX (AP) A playoff just-miss last season under a new coach and general manager had the Phoenix Suns looking ready to end their postseason drought this year.
The Suns had the core of their team returning, point guard Isaiah Thomas added to the roster and leading scorer Eric Bledsoe healthy again - plenty of reason to think they could be even better than last season's 23-game...
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The Mississippi native spent four seasons on John Brady'ss staff and has been with the Phoenix Suns as the Director of Player Personnel for the last five years.
The Phoenix Suns have signed Jerel McNeal through the 2015-16 season.
The Suns had previously signed McNeal to a 10-day contract on April 1.
McNeal, whose first name is pronounced Jah-rell, made his NBA debut with the Suns on April 2 and has appeared in four games with the team since initially signing.
In 27 games with the Bakersfield Jam this season, McNeal averaged 18.5 points...
Jrue Holiday is returning from a stress reaction to his lower right leg for the first time since January.
Holiday will play on Friday against the Phoenix Suns on a restriction of 15 minutes and come off the bench.
''I feel like Jrue (Holiday) is a guy that has worked his tail off to get to this point,'' Monte Williams said. ''He is excited to get back on the floor. We are glad to...
PHOENIX -- The Phoenix Suns' Marcus and Markieff Morris are being investigated on allegations that they beat a former mentor.
Phoenix police say they are seeking aggravated assault charges against the Morris twins, who played at Kansas from for three seasons (2008-09 through 2010-11), and three others in the alleged January attack.
According to police documents made available Wednesday...
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Markieff and Marcus Morris, twin brothers and teammates on the Phoenix Suns are currently being accused for assault according to police. AZ Central first reported that the Morris twins along with three others and being accused of felony aggravated assault against a man who claims to have been a mentor to the brothers. Erik Hood […]
Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris, both of the Phoenix Suns, are under investigation by police for their role in an alleged assault on an acquaintance, AZcentral reports.
The Morris twins allegedly took part in committing felony aggravated assault on Erik Hood, a former mentor of the twins from Philadelphia, for sending “inappropriate” text messages...
Twin brothers Marcus and Markieff Morris have been accused of assaulting a man over a series of text messages that were allegedly sent to their mother. We first heard about the incident in January, but details have just now emerged. The Morris brothers, both 25, have denied the allegations. According to Matthew Casey of The...Read More
A weird thing happened Tuesday night in Atlanta.
Phoenix Suns guard Eric Bledsoe was ejected midway through the third quarter against the Hawks after arguing with a referee. That’s nothing unusual, really, but it’s the nature of the play that was a bit bizarre.
Bledsoe’s’ tantrum actually came after the Hawks were whistled for a foul as he attempted to carry the ball up the...
Brandon Knight’s brief stint with the Phoenix Suns may already be over. According to Paul Coro of the Arizona Republic, Knight is likely done for the 2014-15 season due to a heel bone bruise from the sprained left ankle injury he suffered earlier in March. “From our standpoint, we need that to heal so I […]
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The Phoenix Suns, their season now in its final weeks, will have a myriad of questions to answer in the offseason. Their 2014-2015 campaign left much to be desired, as the Suns plagued by dysfunction and bad luck time and again. The front office in Phoenix has a bit of an awkward situation ahead though...
Remember the Brazilian Blur? The Phoenix Suns got a reminder of what they had from years back. The former Sixth Man of the Year winner Leandro Barbosa leaves Archie Goodwin in the dust for the lay-up and the foul.
Watch Leandro do his thang thang here:
Stephen Curry liked it so much that he did a little salsa afterwards:
The Curry Salsa pic.twitter.com/vrWi7I37IF
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The Phoenix Suns are, for all intents and purposes, out of the Western Conference playoff race. A four-game losing streak has them 4.5 games behind Oklahoma City for the eighth seed, and two games behind ninth-place New Orleans. While the season has been more good than bad for the Suns, it’s still a disappointing result for a team that felt cheated out of a playoff spot last year...
Houston’s James Harden is on a tear this season. So much so, he is mentioned as a strong MVP candidate and has Houston among the best teams in the West sans Dwight Howard.
Yes, Harden has proven this season almost no one can slow him down.
Enter the Suns’ P.J. Tucker.
As Tucker found himself locked in on defense against Harden, P.J. did one outstanding job of keeping in front...
The Erie BayHawks – NBDL affiliate of the Orlando Magic – have re-acquired Seth Curry following his 10-day contract with the Phoenix Suns. Curry made two appearances with Phoenix, both were in home victories.
Curry played 1:14 on March 11th against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Curry went 0-for-1, a missed 3-pointer.
The 24-year-old played 6:34 on March 15th against the Knicks...
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The Phoenix Suns have developed a reputation for awkward situations. From buzzer beaters that never should go in, to strange acquisitions and breakups, the Suns are just having a weird season. Added to the list of 2015 unlucky situations is that Brandon Knight has a sprained ankle...
Even for the NBA’s most successful teams of today, it’s hard to also be well positioned for success in years down the line. The Dallas Mavericks and the San Antonio Spurs are facing the impending retirements of Dirk Nowitzki and Tim Duncan. Things could change pretty quickly with the storybook Atlanta Hawks, as two-fifths of their unstoppable starting lineup—Paul Millsap...
It’s always entertaining when two NBA big men battle it out on the court.
Monday night’s game between the Miami Heat and Phoenix Suns featured exactly that, when Hassan Whiteside and Alex Len got into a scuffle.
It all started when Whiteside dunked all over Len in the third quarter of the game. The Suns center wasn’t happy about it, so he shoved his counterpart.
The Phoenix Suns got blasted by the San Antonio Spurs at home Saturday 101-74, and Markieff Morris was disappointed with the crowd in addition to his team. Morris said it felt like there were more Spurs fans at US Airways Center than Suns fans. “I don’t think we have a home-court advantage,” Markieff said via...Read More
Danny Ainge’s first call of the transaction window for the 2014-15 NBA season involved Isaiah Thomas. So did one of his last.
Shortly before Thursday’s 3 p.m. ET trade deadline, Ainge was able to swing a deal to bring Thomas to the Boston Celtics from the Phoenix Suns. In doing so, the Celtics’ president of basketball operations was able to acquire a player...
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Looking to be dealt before the trade deadline on Thursday, Phoenix Suns guard Goran Dragic absolutely laid into the team’s front office in a Q&A with reporters on Wednesday.
Seemingly upset about the team’s unwillingness to engage in serious long-term extension negotiations, Dragic had this to say.
I don’t trust them anymore. It happens too many times. Two or three times...