The Phoenix Suns were one of two expansion franchises to join
the NBA in 1968. They were the first professional sports team in
the entire state of Arizona, and remained the only one for the
better part of 20 years.
They went to the NBA Finals in 1976 and 1993, losing both.
During the 2000s the Suns revolutionized the NBA, behind their
two-time MVP, Steve Nash. This era became known as the
“seven seconds or less” era.
Sean Guest looks back to this day in 2017 when Devin Booker became the youngest ever player to drop 70 points in a game against the Celtics.
Huw Hopkins (Sky Sports NBA) is joined by Tom Hall and Harry Harrison to discuss this week’s NBA Draft, Chris Paul to the Suns, and more.
While talk might be turning to the 2020-21 season, Sid Mohaptra takes a moment to appreciate some of the best guards of the NBA bubble
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Jonah Stott, Matthew Wellington and Huw Hopkins share their thoughts on the Phoenix Suns playoff hopes as the NBA heads closer to resumption.
Moves have been made, but the bigger trades are yet to be made. Tom Hall breaks down some 3s and 4s that could be next
The Doors are opening up for Ricky Rubio as he rides through the storm to the peak of the Spaniard’s powers, and it’s leaving an impression on Nick Whitfield
The Phoenix Suns were a laughingstock for their offseason moves. Two weeks into the season, however, their unexpected early success has the NBA doing a double-take.
The Phoenix Suns did a lot this offseason, hiring a head coach and re-tooling their roster into a team that might actually win some games.