The Phoenix Suns are dead. Long live the Phoenix Suns.
It wasn’t long ago that Goran Dragic was considered expendable. Jeff Hornacek made his intention to employ a two point guard backcourt of Dragic and summer trade prize Eric Bledsoe well-known before the season, but most league followers deemed that decision wildly optimistic and even outright naive.
Music and basketball are familiar bedfellows.
The Utah Jazz could, potentially, make a splash next season by going on their own unlikely, Phoenix Suns-like run. Or they could trip, fall, bang their heads, forget where they are heading and find themselves right back here, where the grass grows at a snail-like pace.
The Phoenix Suns might not make the playoffs this year. That's OK. They'll be just fine whether they make it or not, and they would do well to follow the way of the Houston Rockets.
Playoffs or not, the Suns are going to make some noise this offseason.
We're coming down the stretch of the regular season, so Bo Churney and I decided to talk about the playoff races in each conference -- spoiler, the East is bad -- as well as individual awards
Gerald Green's 41-point game was unexpected and thoroughly entertaining, just like the Phoenix Suns. How did we get here?
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While the Eastern Conference has been a bit of a dumpster fire this season with three teams expected
The Phoenix Suns signed Leandro Barbosa for the rest of the season, because they're all about the deja vu.