Boyd to Perform at Suns-Lakers Game

With two teams as talented as the Suns and Lakers going at it Wednesday, it’s only fitting to have the night’s featured, off-the-court entertainment be someone who knows a thing or two himself about “having  talent.”

Opera singer Neal E. Boyd, 2008 winner of TV’s “America’s Got Talent,” makes his US Airways Center debut with his pregame rendition of the national anthem, as well as a halftime music performance. [Read more...]

'Tis the Season for the Suns to Give Back


If you’ve followed the Suns outside of nightly box scores for any given amount of time, you should already be well-versed in the franchise’s commitment to the community, regardless of the time of year.

Still, when those good tidings coincide with the holiday season, it seemingly does make them that much more special.

Case in point, the franchise is spreading its own dose of holiday cheer this week with a pair of community appearances in the Valley. [Read more...]

“Maverick” Nash Debuts Fox Documentary

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In an ironic turn for Suns fans, Steve Nash is once again being listed as a “Maverick.” Thankfully, it’s only for his directorial debut at this month’s Toronto Film Festival. [Read more...]

Steve Nash Could Use Your Votes

Alright, Suns fans, here’s another chance for you to add to Steve Nash’s trophy case. Voting is now open for AZCentral.com’s “2010 Readers’ Choice” Awards, and, understandibly so, the All-Star point guard is among those nominated for the Valley’s “Best Sports Figure” category. [Read more...]

Got a Book? Good… Give a Book!

If you’re headed down to US Airways Center for this Friday’s Suns-Knicks game (and judging by the dwindling number of tickets still available, most of you are…), be sure to scour your home, apartment, or respective dwelling for any new or gently used children’s or young adult books to bring with you for the fifth-annual book drive, sponsored by the Phoenix Suns Wives organization and Cold Stone Creamery. [Read more...]

Suns Stand Pat on STAT, Day 2

Following Friday morning’s shootaround, it was business as usual for the Suns’ Amar’e Stoudemire.

And by “business as usual,” I mean the All-Star forward was yet again fielding questions about all those trade rumors even a day after the NBA’s trading deadline passed. Of course, this time they were all in the past tense. [Read more...]

Suns Fans, Say Hello to Phoenix

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While Steve Nash and Co. were busy turning the tables on that 18-game TNT losing streak, Brian Ray Siefken and Krysta Manzanarez were pretty much like all the other Suns fans who were tuned into the January 28 game vs. the Mavericks.

The difference? The couple was also welcoming a new bundle of joy into the world at the same time. [Read more...]

There’s No Business Like Steve’s Business

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Check out the February issue of Fast Company magazine for writer Chuck Salter’s article on Steve Nash’s non-basketball business interests, which include a little bit of everything these days. [Read more...]

Lineup Changes Here to Stay… Vs. Nets, Anyway

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The Suns’ starting lineup changes in Monday’s getaway game in Memphis weren’t enough to salvage the 0-4 road trip, but that doesn’t mean the team is “one and done” when it comes to juggling the roster spots. [Read more...]

Cotton Fitzsimmons Mile Running This Saturday

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Before this Saturday’s 5 p.m. road game in Charlotte, head over to Turf Paradise for the annual running of the Cotton Fitzsimmons Mile – a stakes race named in honor of the late Suns Ring of Honor coaching great who was an avid horse-racing fan and a frequent patron of the racetrack. [Read more...]