Suns sign Bakumanya, Cooke, Harrison, Jonesnba.com Sep 25 (yesterday)PHOENIX (AP) -- The Phoenix Suns signed center Gracin Bakumanya, forward Derek Cooke Jr., guard Shaquille Harrison and forward Derrick Jones Jr. on Sunday, bringing their roster to 19 players.Share Tweet
The Phoenix Suns’ Biggest Beat Downs of the Los Angeles Lakersvalleyofthesun.com Sep 17The Phoenix Suns have no games that matter for over a month, and are still a couple of weeks away from playing games that still mean nothing. What is a Suns fan to do during these days? Reflect on...Share Tweet
5 Reasons Marquese Chriss Should Startvalleyofthesun.com Sep 17The Phoenix Suns have two rookie stretch-fours at power forward, Marquese Chriss and Dragan Bender. But who should start? For the first time since Amare Stoudemire was in Phoenix, the Suns have...Share Tweetvalleyofthesun.com Sep 15As the roster stands today, the Phoenix Suns have some depth at all five positions. Suns fans can generally be pleased knowing who will be the starter at each spot and who the first backup will be as...Share Tweet
Phoenix Suns Continue Adding to Staff, Including Former All-Star Okurvalleyofthesun.com Sep 14The Phoenix Suns continue to add to the staff of Head Coach Earl Watson, who is heading into his first full season as the man in charge. Watson has added two people to his staff, and one is a...Share Tweet
Voice of the Phoenix Suns, Al McCoy, In His Own Wordsvalleyofthesun.com Sep 14Witness a historic interview of Phoenix Suns broadcasting legend Al McCoy by Glendale, Arizona Vice Mayor Ian Hugh. Special thanks to the fine staff of Glendale 11 for the production of this...Share Tweetvalleyofthesun.com Sep 12The Phoenix Suns are one of the most historic organizations in the NBA. How they’ve become this storied franchise is something that takes years to breakdown. Here is this week in Phoenix Suns’...Share Tweet
Northern Arizona Suns to Hold Open TryoutsThe Northern Arizona Suns, the Phoenix Suns’ new D-League team, will be holding two separate open tryouts for the inaugural team. Formerly the Bakersfield Jam, the NAZ Suns will now be located...Share Tweet
Phoenix Suns 2016-2017 Season Preview: Devin BookerThe biggest name in Phoenix last season was rookie sensation, Devin Booker. After a First-Team All-Rookie selection, USA Selection Team, and six 30 point games placed on his resume in a single NBA...Share Tweet
Tyson Chandler’s Success Key to Phoenix Suns’ FutureTyson Chandler is an integral part of the Phoenix Suns’ future, like it or not. Like an STD contracted in college, the Tyson Chandler contract is something the Phoenix Suns must handle. Right...Share Tweet
Brandon Knight should not be a priority for the Phoenix Sunsvalleyofthesun.com Sep 9Brandon Knight came to Phoenix on February 19, 2015, and has done little to cement his status as a team leader. As the Phoenix Suns continues to draft young backcourt players like Devin Booker and...Share Tweet
Phoenix Suns 2016-2017 Season Preview: Eric Bledsoevalleyofthesun.com Sep 8The 2016-2017 NBA season is less than 50 days away, and the Phoenix Suns are in the last phase of their offseason. The biggest concern for the Suns this season, will be the health of their...Share Tweet
Top 50 Questions to Ask Before the Suns’ 2016-2017 Seasonvalleyofthesun.com Sep 6I know, I know. For those diehards (like me) who can read a calendar properly (unlike me) you will have counted correctly that the Phoenix Suns’ Regular season is 49 days away. Like Newman,...Share Tweet
This Week in Phoenix Suns History – September 5-11valleyofthesun.com Sep 5The Phoenix Suns are one of the most historic organizations in the NBA. How they’ve become this storied franchise is something that takes years to breakdown. Here is this week in Phoenix...Share Tweetvalleyofthesun.com Sep 4Shaquille O’Neal, even at 35 years old, was perhaps the biggest veteran star name acquired in Suns’ history. Over his brief two seasons and 103 games (plus 5 playoff games), Shaq produced...Share Tweet
Former NBA Star Amar’e Stoudemire Is Now Ruling A Very Different Kind Of Paintdimemag.com Sep 2During his 14-year NBA career, Amar’e Stoudemire turned emphatic slam dunks into an art form, collecting 15,994 points along the way. Now, with his playing days officially behind him, the former Phoenix Suns and New York Knicks star has turned his atten…Share Tweet
We are the Valley of the Sunsvalleyofthesun.com Aug 31Remember when Connie Hawkins, Gail Goodrich, and Dick Van Arsdale led the second-year Suns to the brink of the Western Conference Finals and the near-defeat of Wilt Chamberlain and the Los Angeles...Share Tweet
Watch Al McCoy LIVE in Glendale Tonightvalleyofthesun.com Aug 31Phoenix Suns broadcaster, Al McCoy, will discuss his upcoming 45th year with the franchise as well a myriad of other topics. If you are in the Glendale area tonight, Wednesday, August 31, come to...Share Tweet
How the Phoenix Suns will finish in the Western Conferencevalleyofthesun.com Aug 30With 2016-2017 being one of the most anticipated in recent history and excitement surrounding the Phoenix Suns’ new draft picks, the next eight months will be fun to watch regardless of the...Share Tweet
The Suns Worst Nightmare Will Remain the Warriorsvalleyofthesun.com Aug 30The Phoenix Suns lucked out this season. They have to play the NBA “Super Team,” the Golden State Warriors four times. But will these games actually be competitive? The quick answer is...Share Tweet
How Stephon Marbury Ended Up With a Statue – In Chinavalleyofthesun.com Aug 28Phoenix Suns fans will remember Stephon Marbury from his two and a half years with the Phoenix Suns before being sent to the New York Knicks. For millions of fans globally, Marbury is now much more...Share Tweet
Better Shooters: Nash’s Phoenix Suns or Curry’s Golden State Warriors?valleyofthesun.com Aug 28Between the Steve Nash led Phoenix Suns of 2005-06 and the Stephen Curry led Golden State Warriors, which team was the better three-point shooting team? Compared to their peers, what team was more...Share Tweet
NBA Top 3 Plays Of The NightMar 19Check out the top three plays from the night in the NBA, including Archie Goodwin's big dunk.
Suns Beat Davis-Less PelicansMar 19The Suns held on to beat the Pelicans, who played without center Anthony Davis.
Bledsoe, Suns Soar Past KnicksMar 15Eric Bledsoe near triple-double of 21 points, 11 assists and 9 rebounds led the Suns to a 102-89 win over the Knicks.
NBA Top PlaysMar 15Anthony Davis' block that led to a high-flying slam is the top play of the night in the NBA.