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By Josh Greene, Suns.com
Posted: Nov. 25, 2009
It’s no secret where to locate legendary play-by-play man Al McCoy on a Suns game night, but off the court, now you can add a few new spots to find the longtime broadcaster – on Valley bookshelves.
Get your copy of the new book, “The Real McCoy,” a must-read for any Suns fan that features never-before-heard and behind-the-scenes stories of his life and broadcasting career, as told by the Hall of Famer himself.
“The Real McCoy” is available now at the Suns Team Shop at US Airways Center, all Fry’s Food Stores, or anywhere in the Valley where books are sold.
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Stefan Swiat, Suns.com
Posted: July 21, 2010
The Suns may have had to give up the “Brazilian Blur,” but in the end, they received the “Turkish Michael Jordan.”
At a press conference in the Al McCoy Media Center in US Airways Center on Wednesday, the Suns officially welcomed forward Hedo Turkoglu to the organization. Turkoglu arrived in Phoenix via a trade that sent guard...
By Suns Public Address Announcer Jeff Munn
Posted: Feb. 14, 2002
Five years ago, when Al McCoy celebrated, along with his millions of fans, his 25th season as the “Voice of the Phoenix Suns”, he was honored in a variety of ways. There were video tributes, recognition on the Suns’ flagship radio station, KTAR, and there was a lengthy story about Al in the artist formerly known...
Updated: Feb. 18, 2009
Don't miss one possession of exciting Phoenix Suns basketball whether you are in the Valley or not. The Phoenix Suns radio network extends throughout the state and into New Mexico, as well. Tune into to your local radio station and hear the Voice of the Suns, Al McCoy, and analyst Tim Kempton call all the action.
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A Memorable Night
Suns great Kevin Johnson had his familiar No. 7 retired during a special ceremony at halftime of the Suns-Kings game on March 7, 2001. Suns.com columnist Joe Gilmartin was on hand to detail the big event. Behind the scenes photos of KJ's ceremony
Letters to Kevin Johnson
KJ's visit with Al McCoy after the eventThe Night in Video
Posted: April 24, 2003
A couple hundred onlookers – fans, reporters and Phoenix Suns employees – packed the Hard Rock Café across the street from America West Arena on Thursday afternoon as the NBA presented Suns forward Amaré Stoudemire with the 2002-03 'got milk?' Rookie of the Year Award. The following is a transcript of that press conference.