Found July 07, 2012 on
With the National Basketball Association just around the three months corner the one story that I keep looking at is… what role will Kendall Marshall fill for the Phoenix Suns? We know it will not be as the apprentice to veteran floor general Steve Nash, as the 38 year old has signed with the Los Angeles Lakers. But will the rookie from Chapel Hill now be the man in charge, or will the Suns go back to Goran Dragic, a player that they let go not too many seasons ago and are now bringing back with a four year deal worth $ 34 million. And even more importantly, what will all of this mean for the young man who led the North Carolina Basketball program for almost two seasons as far as his future in the NBA?
The base salary for the 13th overall pick for the 2012-13 season is $1,599,300, but some flexibility is allowed in either increasing or lowering that figure.
If things go according to plan Marshall could easily be the starting point guard for his first NBA franchise, as he has s...
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The Suns announced Saturday that they have withdrawn their qualifying offer to restricted-free-agent point guard Aaron Brooks. The four-year veteran is now an unrestricted free agent, meaning the Suns do not have the option to match an offer he receives from another team.
Brooks, who did not play with the Suns last season because he signed a contract in China shortly before the...
The Phoenix Suns withdrew their qualifying offer to Aaron Brooks on Saturday, making the point guard an unrestricted free agent.
Brooks was acquired from the Houston Rockets at the 2011 trade deadline and appeared in 25 games with Phoenix, averaging 9.6 points, 4.2 assists and 18.9 minutes. He played in China last season.
Star point guard Steve Nash left Phoenix in a sign-and-trade...
When it comes to the Phoenix Suns, let's just say the San Antonio Spurs have had their number for many years. Whether it be in the regular season or more importantly, the playoffs, whenever these two team met, the Spurs had a knack to wreck any title dreams for Phoenix.
But that won't stop the Suns mascot, The Gorilla, from poking fun of the Spurs mascot, the Coyote.