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Phoenix Suns 104, New Orleans Pelicans 98 — A third of threes

Phoenix Suns 104, New Orleans Pelicans 98 — A third of threes Updated Nov 5, 2013
A 37-point third quarter led by starting shooting guard Gerald Green pushed the Phoenix Suns past the New Orleans Pelicans Tuesday, and more solid defense led Jeff Hornacek’s team back into the...
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  • Video - The stress of being an NFL coach 04:28

    The stress of being an NFL coach

    Nov 5
    Andrea Kremer is joined by Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians to discuss the health impact from the stress of coaching in the NFL.
  • Video - Trade Candidates 05:41

    Trade Candidates

    Nov 5
    Amin Elhassan shares his picks for best "fire sale" trade candidates who could be dealt from lottery teams to contenders.
  • Video - Suns Rally Past Pelicans 01:13

    Suns Rally Past Pelicans

    Nov 5
    Eric Bledsoe scored 25 points to lead the Suns past the Pelicans 104-98.
  • Video - NFL Nation Buzz: Cardinals 00:45

    NFL Nation Buzz: Cardinals

    Nov 5
    ESPN Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss discusses the injuries that have hampered Arizona all season and how the defense has kept the team in games.

Sports Columnists

  • John Clayton's mailbag -- Offensive line depth lacking

    Nov 5
    Clayton's mailbag: The league needs to address its offensive line shortage, a growing problem.
  • Don Banks: NFL Midseason Report: 2013

    Nov 5
    We're a stickler about these things, but Week 9 concluding means 133 of the NFL's 256 regular-season games (52 percent) are history, giving us a suitable spot to stop and reflect on the first half of 2013. You know the drill. Midseason review time. ...
  • Chicago Bears should play it safe with Jay Cutler

    Nov 5
    The Chicago Bears should avoid the risk of playing against Ndamukong Suh and sit Jay Cutler for another week.
  • Buzz That Was: Queasy feeling in Green Bay

    Nov 5
    Three more weeks without Aaron Rodgers? That prospect likely had Packers fans calling in sick this morning after they watched Seneca Wallace lose the battle of the backup QBs to the Bears on Monday Night Football.