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Injuries almost have turned Malcolm Lee into an NBA stranger.
Lee logged barely more games in two years with the Minnesota Timberwolves (35) than he did as a UCLA junior (33). He has undergone two surgeries on each knee and a hip surgery and was acquired in June by the Suns mostly because they had to take on his contract to move up one draft spot for Archie Goodwin.
Lee 23 is trying to make sure you have not seen the last of him. Or that you are about to see the first of him.
He has been in Phoenix for the past month working with Suns athletic trainers with the belief that he will be ready to participate when the team heads to Flagstaff for training camp on Sept. 30. He has a guaranteed $884000 contract but the Suns also will have 15 other guaranteed contracts with a maximum of 15 regular-season roster spots.
The Suns believe in Lee’s talent but it is a matter of the 6-foot-5 guard’s health and whether he can recapture his athleticism and show his defensive aptitude.
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While Shannon Brown was on a promotional tour in Latvia, he decided to attempt to dunk over some fans laying in the paint. This did not end well. At all.
PHOENIX -- Their first scoring maneuvers in front of local fans were recorded as style points.
Modeling the Suns' new home white uniforms, Alex Len and Archie Goodwin represented a large measure of first-round optimism during last week's runaway event at Scottsdale Fashion Square.
By the way, both of Phoenix's first-round rookies are fine with the orange, short-sleeved...
Earlier this summer, many Suns fans were worried about the health of first round pick Alex Len. Just a month after having surgery on his left ankle to repair a stress fracture, the young big man had surgery on his other ankle.
The learning curve of Suns rookie shooting guard Archie Goodwin almost added a few miles-per-hour to its already-rapid pace, thanks to the off-season exploits of teammate Shannon Brown.
During a recent slam-dunk contest in Latvia, the veteran guard took a nasty-looking spill.
Brown, whose benching last season inspired at least one U.S. Airways Center fan to holler Let Shannon...
Phoenix Suns: What All Projected Backups MUST Work On
By Mike Elworth: Owner/Publisher
* Note: I am assuming that Michael Beasley and Malcolm Lee are not on the roster to start the season.
PG: Kendall Marshall- Efficiency
- Kendall Marshall in spot minutes was one of the most inefficient scorers in the NBA, shooting only 37.1% from the field and 31.5% from three, as well as just...
There are few NBA players that have the leaping ability like Phoenix Suns guard Shannon Brown and recently, during a trip to Latvia, he decided to show that ability.
During an outdoor event, Brown set himself up to complete a slam dunk over three people laying face up in the front of the hoop.
At first glance, Brown looked like that he would easily clear them but he ended tripping...
On a stop for his promotional tour in Riga, the capital of Latvia, Shannon Brown decided it would be a good idea to try and dunk over some fans to get the crowd going. Brown, the Phoenix Suns guard who’s usually a pretty impressive high flyer, failed miserably on the attempt after appearing to slip on the court’s surface just prior to takeoff.
Thankfully, no serious...
Phoenix Suns guard Shannon Brown was in Latvia for a promotional tour when he got ready to throw down on the basketball court. Only problem is the court was slippery and Brown took a tumble. It looks like he missed most of the fans laying on the ground, but that still was not an ideal situation that had a disappointing result; luckily no one was hurt.
No, nobody got hurt in the filming of this video.
At least not that we are aware of.
But that doesn't make it any less funny.
Check out what happens to Phoenix Suns guard Shannon Brown on a Latvian promotional tour when he tries to show off his dunking skills. He slips and takes a digger, while the announcer screams what sounds like "...
Embarrassing: Shannon Brown participated in a dunk contest in Latvia attempted a dunk over fans lying on the court..and failed miserably.
During a promotional tour in Latvia, Phoenix Suns' high-flier Shannon Brown treated fans to a big-time fail on his big-time dunk attempt.
Suns guard Shannon Brown was a contestant in the 2010 Slam Dunk Contest, but his skills appear to have gotten a bit rusty since then.
Brown’s latest dunk attempt, on an outdoor court in Riga, Latvia, ended an embarrassing fashion. After having three spectators lie down in the paint, Brown sprinted toward the hoop with the intent of leaping from near the foul line. The court had...
Just when you thought that Kevin Durant would be tired of this little thing called basketball, he decided to make an appearance at Washington D.C’s Watts League.
Along with Phoenix Suns forward Michael Beasley, the two put on an impressive show which included two soaring jams by KD:
Kevin Durant dunks at Watts League [Beyond The Buzzer]
Kevin Durant image courtesy of Getty Images
Phoenix Suns guard Shannon Brown tried to impress Latvian fans on a promotional tour with the least impressive dunk ever: a dunk over fans who are lying on the ground, giving him a really ominous 10 inch wall to clear. He still totally ruined it, pioneering a “banana peel dunk” that will light this year’s slam dunk contest on fire. 10s ALL AROUND. An alternate view is after...