Phoenix Suns

Isaiah Thomas “surprised and shocked” by trade to Celtics

BY: ED COLE PHOENIX, Ariz. – Isaiah Thomas was back in Phoenix on Monday night, this time as a member of the Boston Celtics. Thomas was one of five Suns players sent away in the Goran Dragic deal, which got finalized just minutes before last Thursday’s trade deadline hit. “It feels really weird,” Thomas said of being back in Arizona ... Read More »

Suns Sign Earl Barron; Waive Marshall and Salmons

By: Ed Cole SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Technically, the Phoenix Suns only have one center on their roster in Alex Len. With Miles Plumlee shipped out to the Milwaukee Bucks in Phoenix’s big deal on Thursday, the Suns needed some more low post presence to complement Len. They did just that by bringing back center Earl Barron on a 10-day contract. ... Read More »

Suns excited for Brandon Knight/Eric Bledsoe combo

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – The Phoenix Suns flew to and through the trading deadline like a tornado. They were one of the more active teams in the NBA, especially near the 11th hour. One of the key pieces they came away with when the dust settled was guard Brandon Knight, formerly of the Milwaukee Bucks. Knight is considered ... Read More »

Suns strike back at Goran Dragic

BY: ED COLE PHOENIX, Ariz. – Goran Dragic had some choice words for the Phoenix Suns prior to his departure for the Miami Heat on Thursday, saying he didn’t trust the front office and he wasn’t happy about his role on the team and how it changed once Isaiah Thomas came on the scene. Dragic wanted out of Phoenix, so ... Read More »

Breakdown of Suns NBA Trade Deadline Day

By: Kayla Mortellaro The Phoenix Suns waited until the last hour on Thursday of the NBA trade deadline but that didn’t stop them from being big-players on the day. Goran Dragic got his wish to play for another team for the rest of the season. The Suns sent Dragic and his brother Zoran to the Miami Heat. In return, the ... Read More »

Who Are the Phoenix Suns Through 26 Games?

By: Kayla Mortellaro Another heart-breaking loss for the Phoenix Suns last night against the Milwaukee Bucks. The Suns have experienced that hollow, empty, gut-wrenching feeling time and time again this season. The team is struggling to close-out games and are allowing teams to hang around to take the lead late in the fourth quarter. This perpetual problem has caused the ... Read More »

Suns Bench Pushed Late to take Down the Warriors

By: Kayla Mortellaro The Phoenix Suns ended the Golden State Warriors undefeated season Sunday night, 107-95. Each NBA game is 48 minutes long, four quarters and two halves long. The Suns seemed to be two completely different teams in the first half compared to the second half. Goran Dragic got the effort started for the Suns, scoring 13 points on ... Read More »

An Abundance of Turnovers Leads to Suns Loss

By: Kayla Mortellaro The Phoenix Suns are now 0-5 against the Memphis Grizzlies dating back to last season. The Suns stormed out to a first half lead, only to be out-played in the third quarter and ultimately fall to the Grizzlies, 102-91. The theme of the night for the Suns was turnovers. As a team, the Suns committed 21 turnovers, ... Read More »

The Suns Opened in Style

By: Kayla Mortellaro The Phoenix Suns shredded the Los Angeles Lakers 119-99, Wednesday night in the season opener. The high octane energy from the players was instant with Eric Bledsoe getting the offense going with several assists. Head coach Jeff Hornacek has a vision for what this team can do. And the team delivered tonight. Marcus Morris led all starters ... Read More »

What to Expect from the Suns in 2014-2015?

By: Kayla Mortellaro The Phoenix Suns kick off their 2014-2015 campaign tomorrow at U.S. Airways Center. The off-season for the Suns was interesting to say the least. The front office for the Suns was heavy on locking up guards and forwards whether it was through sign and trades, free agency, the draft or extensions. However, the Suns didn’t achieve locking ... Read More »