Barbosa Reunites With Former Teammates

Not only was Wednesday’s Suns-Raptors game in Vancouver a homecoming for Steve Nash, but it was also one of sorts for Leandro Barbosa. [Read more...]

Barbosa to Appear at RoomStore in Mesa

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Leandro Barbosa’s injured wrist might be inhibiting him from playing right now. It might even be preventing him from signing autographs. [Read more...]

Suns Face Wrath From Scheduling Gods



These guys won’t admit it, but they could use a break.
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The funny thing about history is that it always comes down to the bottom line. When one looks back at a basketball season, they head right for the win-loss column and make a judgment about a team’s total body of work. [Read more...]

What Has Slowed the Suns?



If these two guys aren’t worried, should you be?
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The Suns dropping four of their last five games has some fans reaching for the panic button. So let’s see if we can put the situation in perspective. [Read more...]

Barbosa Suffers Sprained Ankle

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(Ron Turenne/NBAE/Getty Images)

It looks as if the Brazilian Blur is going to remain a visible fixture on the Suns bench the next two games after spraining his left ankle Sunday against Toronto. [Read more...]

Tucker Keeps Perspective



Tucker knew that going negative would never take him anywhere.
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A lot of professional athletes catch a bad rap for not appreciating where they came from and what they’re doing. Those athletes aren’t Alando Tucker. Despite all the excuses in the world to turn negative while growing up, Tucker refrained. Now after not having the option his contract picked up by the Suns and receiving very little playing time, the former Big Ten Player of the Year still remains positive that brighter days lie ahead in his latest blog. [Read more...]

Practice Court Report: 10/27



Gentry likes that Collins didn’t attend Appalachian St.
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As the Suns open the season in L.A. against the Clippers tomorrow, they’ll have an asset off the bench that they didn’t have at the beginning of the week. Phoenix was awarded 6-11 Jarron Collins off of waivers from Portland yesterday, beefing the frontline up a little around the basket. [Read more...]

Predictions for the 2009-10 Suns



Frye and Stoudemire should make for a potent frontcourt attack.
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From the basketball writer that predicted the Y2K hoax and Balloon Boy’s whereabouts, Suns.com’s Stefan Swiat will lay his already shattered reputation on the line to predict with all uncertainty, how the Suns will fare this season. Brace yourselves to see the limb he will not go out on: [Read more...]

Suns Get a Jump on the Season

The leadership provided by Nash and Hill is already paying dividends.
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This weekend, most people will be enjoying the last few moments of summer. Whether they sail off to their favorite get-away destination, or decide to remain in town for a “staycation,” one constant exists, the offseason is finally over. [Read more...]

Offseason Update



Clark is currently in New York for the rookie transition program.
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For Phoenix Suns fans that are embroiled in the dog days of summer and are looking for a little basketball fix, you’re in luck. Suns.com caught up with Suns President of Basketball Operations and GM Steve Kerr to find out what the players have been doing with their summer. Let’s take you through the roster player-by-player: [Read more...]