Playing .500 ball two months into the season, the Suns may be looking to make a move sometime soon.
After an impressive road win in Utah, the Suns play their first home game of the season against the loathsome LA Lakers.
After a summer of personnel changes, the Suns are nearly ready to tip off the 2010-11 season.
This week, the Suns did something they’ve rarely done in the past five-plus years: Win a game without two-time MVP point guard Steve Nash.
I’m just trying to say, relax, Planet Orange. We’re going to be just fine.
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.
The Suns needed some adversity. All teams face it. The good ones overcome it. Now the Suns have their chance.
There’s no doubt in my mind that if the Suns continue to play with the effort that they have been, they can take the Lakers.
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.
As the new season of Phoenix Suns season rapidly approaches, I feel it’s only fitting to give my prediction on where I expect the Suns to finish out West this year.