The Suns’ playmaker spent his off-day in New York City this week at Rockefeller Center as a guest of NBC’s “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” Tuesday night. [Read more...]
For instance, how impressive would say Superman or Batman be, out saving the world while decked out in a mesh tank top and long shorts? [Read more...]
Ok, I was wrong. Stats don’t necessarily tell the entire story. We were discussing stats on Twitter during the game and my argument was that stats ALWAYS tell the story. A co-worker argued that there were times that stats don’t reflect what happened in the game. And after looking at the box score during the Phoenix Suns vs New York Knicks game on Wednesday night, I think I need to change my argument a little bit.
What’s going on world please tell me you all watched that Steelers game! Unfortunately I was on a plane but it’s all good, we got Saginaw in the Super bowl. I am extremely excited and happy for Lamar and the Woodley family. I don’t want to say too much they are playing against Arizona and I do live here LOL. Arizona also deserves a Congratulation on their division title. I know what its like to turn around a losing organization, so I think that it’s going to be a good game. We’re going to have to talk about the scheduling next year, it seems like were playing during every game. Last year was cool we played the Suns the same weekend as the Super bowl. Man!! That was one of the most hype crowds that I’ve ever seen. If I ever got another chance to I would definitely do it again. Hopefully Wood and I both will be bringing home rings. [Read more...]
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The Phoenix Suns have signed free-agent center Courtney Sims to a 10-day contract, the club announced today. [Read more...]
Good news: The Suns vs Celtics game only lasted 2 hours, 15 minutes.
Bad news: It was the longest 2 hours, 15 minutes of my life.
Good news: The Suns cut the Celtics largest lead in half by the end of the game.
Bad news: They lost by 17. [Read more...]
One day prior to the dawn of a new presidency and the start of a new chapter of history in our great country, there is turmoil within your Phoenix Suns. A divisive force has ripped through the team and franchise that even Steve Nash, the NBA’s version of Kurt Waldheim, can’t smooth over. It’s not about politics, playing time or touches on the offensive end. It’s about the Super Bowl. [Read more...]
As Tom Leander pointed out in the Phoenix Suns’ broadcast against the Toronto Raptors on Sunday morning, it didn’t seem like the Suns were all the way awake when the game started at 10:30 Sunday morning. But with six minutes left in the first quarter, the team finally woke up and found their rhythm.
I am Lou Amundson and this is my Blog!
This is my first experience doing something like this, but I will have some fun with it and hopefully the fans out there will enjoy reading it, too. I plan on simply sharing some of my thoughts throughout the remainder of the season and to give an inside perspective on what it’s like to play for the Sun. [Read more...]
Yes, there was a little extra spring in the ol’ step today, and the sky seemed even sunnier than usual.
That’s because tonight’s game had a little more personal anticipation attached to it. Namely, Suns.com finally got some front-row love at the game… okay second row, but for the first time the official online home of the Suns got to see things up close and personal with lower-level press box seating. [Read more...]