Day 6: Onuaku is West, West is Onuaku?

Day 6

If you spend as much time as I have with the team in Las Vegas, you’re bound to see double. It just comes with the territory. The Strip has that kind of affect on people.

In my case it has nothing to do with late nights or any of the other trappings of the city founded on sin. It has everything to do with what’s going on, on the court. And no, I’m not talking about the Morri (aka the Morris brothers).

There is a member of the Summer Suns who has evoked memories of another former member of the franchise, one who now happens to be on the bench as a coach. That player is Arinze Onuaku, the D-League All-Star who played his college ball at Syracuse. [Read more...]

One on One: Wesley Johnson

Suns One On One host Greg Esposito caught up with Suns swingman, and recent late game hero, Wesley Johnson after practice Tuesday. The two talk about how he choose basketball over football, what it was like transferring after his sophomore year of college, living up to expectations and making an impact on the Suns lately. Hear all that and much more on this episode.

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Family and Phoenix Have Johnson Ready to Succeed

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It’s more than just a marketing slogan. It’s three words that say everything about the Suns’ offseason. They also say almost everything you need to know about one of the newest members of the team, Wesley Johnson.

In an offseason where the Suns’ roster underwent more reconstruction and enhancements than half the people in Scottsdale on a Saturday night, the only constant has been change. Johnson’s summer has been very similar. [Read more...]