McCoy Enters AZ Music & Entertainment HOF

Official State Historian (and Suns fan) Marshall Trimble at Sunday's HOF induction. Photo: Brandon Steiger/

Suns broadcasting legend Al McCoy is among the newest members of the Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame.

Well, just about… [Read more...]

John Nash Dishes on Son Steve

John Nash stopped by US Airways Center last week to watch his son at practice.

It’s nothing new that dads are usually proud of their sons, but one dad is understandably fond of his “Sun.”

John Nash, father to a certain two-time NBA MVP Suns point guard, was in town last week to work in some impromptu family get-togethers. Arriving in time to catch his son-in-law (and Vancouver Canucks forward) Manny Malhorta’s game against the Phoenix Coyotes, the elder Nash stopped by Suns practice earlier in the day to check in on his son Steve, who coincidentally had a game the same night. [Read more...]

Gentry Picks Steelers, Picks Up New Jacket for Nelson

Sadly, Suns Head Athletic Trainer (and Steelers fan) Aaron Nelson will not have tickets to the Super Bowl this Sunday.

Suns Head Coach Alvin Gentry brought him a fancy, new jacket. Can the Steelers bring him another NFL championship? [Read more...]

Nash, Hill Send Nelson to AFC Championship Game

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has his team in another Super Bowl.

For anybody who thinks Steve Nash and Grant Hill can’t deliver big, Suns Head Athletic Trainer Aaron Nelson will gladly disagree with you. [Read more...]

The Potential Explosiveness of "Mount Pietrus"

While it’s been roughly 6,000 years since France’s Chaîne des Puys volcano range has last erupted, French swingman Mickael Pietrus has been much more efficient. [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...]

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


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


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...]