Last night myself and staff writer Sam Kuperman ran the two man game for Saving the Skyhook Podcast #8.
We kicked off the show discussing the Raymond Felton drama, then moved on to potential destinations
And now for the final installment of the NBA Power Rankings! If you’ve missed Part One or Part Two, give them a look.
10: Phoenix Suns
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We've been hearing for a while now about the Miami Heat coasting through the regular season, and never was it more evident than last night. LeBron James was terrible, Dwyane Wade was terrible, everything
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The Game of the Night is the Phoenix Suns against the Houston Rockets, in a matchup of two
Earlier tonight I was joined by staff writers Sam Kuperman and Matt Constas to talk some FAN-tastic NBA action for Saving the Skyhook Podcast #3.
We touched on Anthony Davis, power forwards in general
In a slow night across the Association, the best game was the most low-key, as the Suns went into Indiana and beat the Pacers in the only game not on national TV. Thanks to Goran Dragic's 28 point, 7
The Phoenix Suns signed Leandro Barbosa for the rest of the season, because they're all about the deja vu.
Life was better when Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris were on different teams because, for once, I could tell the two apart. But now that they're both on the Phoenix Suns, life has been made difficult again for me.
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Welcome back, Archie Goodwin.
The Phoenix Suns recalled Goodwin from the Bakersfield Jam of the NBA Developmental League on Sunday after assigning him to the team just three days prior, on January 23.
The rookie appeared in two games for the Jam, averaging 29.5 points and 6 rebounds in 44 minutes. Goodwin scored 32 points and grabbed down 8 boards against the Sioux Falls Skyforce on Friday before tallying 27 points and recording 4 rebounds against the Reno Bighorns on Saturday.
Goodwin, just 19 and the league’s second youngest player recently lost his spot in the rotation due to the arrival of 10-year veteran Leandro Barbosa as the Suns look toward the playoffs.
In 36 games with the Suns this season, the shooting guard has averaged 3 points, on 38.3 percent shooting and 1.7 rebounds in just over 10 minutes per contest.
On November 19 against the Sacramento Kings, Goodwin dropped a career-high 16 points. Below are his highlights from the game:
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