Found February 06, 2012 on
The Suns earned a second consecutive win for just the third time this season in beating the Hawks 99-90 on Monday night in Atlanta.
BEST OF MAXIM
Tuesday was Steve Nash's 38th birthday, and he celebrated with his Phoenix Suns teammates during morning meetings while on the road in Milwaukee. The Suns gave Nash a birthday surprise...with a singing purple gorilla.
The Suns also gave Nash a balloon. However, since Nash is health conscious, there was no cake, which disappointed some teammates.
H/T Phoenix Suns...
I find Ivan Johnson to be the NBA’s most frightening player. At 6’8 230 pounds, he plays the game like something of a human wrecking ball. He also looks like he wants to kill you… all the time. Surprisingly, Channing Frye (of all people) had the stones to contest one of Johnson’s takes to the rack. I believe he was actually fortunate to have been dunked on. Now...
During Super Bowl 46, some of you might have seen this commercial for Bridgestone featuring NBA stars Tim Duncan and Steve Nash. For those who didn't, here is the clip of Nash and Duncan testing out a Bridgestone basketball: (Courtesy of The Basketball Jones)
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- What a way for Steve Nash to celebrate his 38th birthday. It wasn't a bad homecoming for Michael Redd, either.
Nash hit a driving layup to give Phoenix the lead with 5 seconds left and Redd scored 14 points in his first game against his former team as the Suns beat the Milwaukee Bucks 107-105 on Tuesday.
Nash dribbled near halfcourt for several seconds before...
By MATT BEARDMORE,
STATS WriterMichael Redd broke the 40-point barrier 11 times during his time with the Milwaukee Bucks, but a 17-point performance for the Phoenix Suns on Saturday could have been one of the best moments of his career. Redd is likely in for another memorable game Tuesday, regardless of how many points he scores. Returning to Milwaukee for the first time since spending...
MILWAUKEE (AP) What a way for Steve Nash to celebrate his 38th birthday. It wasn't a bad homecoming for Michael Redd, either.
(source feed provided no summary content for this entry)
Steve Nash scored 24 points and the Phoenix Suns broke open a close game with a 24-6 run to close the third quarter and beat the Atlanta Hawks 99-90 on Monday night. Nash, whose 38th birthday is Tuesday, had 11 assists and shot 9 of 12 -- including each of his four 3-pointers. Channing Frye had 19 points, including a 3-pointer and another basket in the closing minutes to help the Suns stop...
Michael Redd said he took a wrong turn on his way to the visitors' locker room at the Bradley Center. Who could blame No. 22? He spent 11 years with the Bucks, but on this night he had a purple Suns jersey hanging in the visitors' locker room under his nametag.
ATLANTA (AP) Steve Nash scored 24 points and the Phoenix Suns broke open a close game with a 24-6 run to close the third quarter
and beat the Atlanta Hawks 99-90 on Monday night.