Suns One On One: Grant Hill on Retirement

Suns One On One host Greg Esposito got the chance Monday to spend sometime with former Sun Grant Hill to talk about his retirement. The two discussed his career, his ability to lead on and off the court and what is next for the former star. Hear all that and much more on this episode.

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Q&A With Assistant Coach Dan Panaggio

Assistant coach Dan Panaggio joined the Phoenix Suns’ coaching staff when Lindsey Hunter took over as head coach during the midpoint of the season. Panaggio, who grew up in upstate New York, has enjoyed a variety of roles during his lengthy career in basketball. Not only was he Coach of the Year in the CBA, but he also coached in college and acted as an NBA scout. Most recently, he was the head coach of the Shanghai Sharks in China, a team which is owned by former NBA All-Star Yao Ming. [Read more...]

Harlem Shake (Phoenix Suns Edition)

You’ll never believe what happens in the Suns Team Shop at US Airways Center.

Suns One On One: Foreign All-Star Games

Suns One On One host Greg Esposito sat down with P.J. Tucker and Goran Dragic to discuss their experience in foreign all-star games and find out what dunk one of these two won a dunk contest on. Hear all that and much more on this week’s episode.

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Suns One On One: Aaron Nelson

Suns One On One host Greg Esposito sat down with Suns head athletic trainer, only the second in the team’s 45 year history, Aaron Nelson to discuss his almost 20 seasons with the organization. Find out which former Suns fan favorite is his brother-in-law and how two familiar names in Suns history almost became accountants rather than basketball players. Hear all that and much more on this week’s episode.

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The Greatest of All Time Returns

The “greatest of all time” returns to the US Airways Center Wednesday when the Suns take on the Lakers. At least that is my opinion. It’s only appropriate that the emotional reunion is being aired on national television. It may be controversial and people may vehemently disagree with such a bold statement, but the best ever will be back on the court in Phoenix after debuting in the same building during the 1990s. [Read more...]

Suns-Thunder Game Day Breakdown

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Time: The Suns host the Thunder tonight at 7 at US Airways Center. [Read more...]

Suns-Sixers Game Day Breakdown

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Time: The Suns host the Sixers tonight at 7 at US Airways Center. [Read more...]

Suns May Have Played Last Game Ever

Well that’s it! After 3,586 games, the Phoenix Suns’ franchise has officially come to an end. That is if you believe the Mayan sports schedule. According to our ancient friends from the south, Friday is the final day of the season. That is, every season known to man.

If they’re right, the curtain will fall on the world and Planet Orange. Yes, the Suns will have played their final game in franchise history on Wednesday and what a way to go out! [Read more...]

Suns-Kings Game Day Breakdown

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Time: The Suns host the Kings tonight at 7 at US Airways Center. [Read more...]