Come October, the Suns lineup will look quite a bit different.
This past Saturday, the Phoenix Suns held the Suns and Stars Gala at the Sheraton. I was fortunate enough to attend the event, and it was quite a swanky affair.
With the 82nd annual Academy Awards just a few days away, I decided to give out the Sunsies for the Phoenix Suns’ season thus far.
With the NBA trade deadline just around the corner, Suns Spot has decided to take a look at what moves, if any, the Phoenix Suns should make.
After a rough first 27 days of December in which the Suns let some games get away, Phoenix finished the month off with two of its most impressive wins of the season.
When Leandro Barbosa is healthy he gives the Suns a whole other element. With him on the bench, the second string has a lot more firepower to work with.
The Suns needed some adversity. All teams face it. The good ones overcome it. Now the Suns have their chance.
Suns fans have lots to be thankful for this holiday season, and it’s no wonder why their team currently sits atop the NBA with a 12-3 record.
As a Suns fan, I can’t complain about being 4-1 at this point in the season. There are a lot of positives to look at early in the season.
Steve Nash is clearly too old and lost a step. In the Suns’ season opener against the Clippers on Wednesday night, he scored 15 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter to rally the Suns to a victory.