Found June 30, 2013 on That NBA Lottery Pick:
Last season, the Golden State Warriors became the first team in NBA history to wear short-sleeve jerseys. Apparently, that trend is going to catch on as at least five NBA teams will be donning the short sleeves next season including the Phoenix Suns. This according to ESPN’s Darren Rovell: An NBA source told that as many as five teams will wear the short-sleeve jerseys as an alternate jersey for as much as 12 games during the season. “We are interested in doing more short-sleeve jerseys when it makes sense,” said Patrik Nilsson, president of adidas North America. Nilsson said Wednesday that adidas is motivated to get more fans wearing jerseys while also innovating the game jersey for the players. The company pays roughly $35 million a year to be the official apparel provider of the league through the 2016-17 season. All teams were offered the option to add this jersey, according to Sal LaRocca, the league’s executive vice president of global merchandising, but LaRocca would not confirm exactly how many teams have committed to it. We here at That NBA Lottery Pick will keep you updated if any of the other four teams are revealed. *** NBA, Adidas to audition “short-sleeve jerseys” [ESPN]

Post-Draft Roundtable: How did the Suns fare?

Our panel takes a look at the Suns' 2013 draft.

Suns waive big man Haddadi, keep Brown

Following the selection of center Alex Len with the fifth overall pick in Thursday's draft, the Suns on Saturday waived backup center Hamed Haddadi. Haddadi, a fifth-year pro who was the first Iranian to play in the NBA, was acquired in February along with a second-round draft pick from the Raptors for Sebastian Telfair. The 28-year-old appeared in 17 games for the Suns, averaging...

Haddadi waived, Brown retained in Suns' move

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Splitter-Gortat deal in the works?

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Don't expect much action from Suns in free agency

When the Phoenix Suns landed at the free-agent party of July 2012, they really went to work. There was the facilitation of Steve Nashs getaway to Los Angeles, the return of Goran Dragic, the ambitious offer-sheet signing of Eric Gordon and the curiously optimistic hire of Michael Beasley. The Suns also waved bye-bye to Grant Hill, did the same with Robin Lopez (for the opportunity...

Suns Waive Hamed Haddadi

The Phoenix Suns have waived Hamed Haddadi. Haddadi was acquired February 21 along with a second-round pick from the Toronto Raptors for Sebastian Telfair. Haddadi appeared in 17 games for the Suns averaging 4.1 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.2 blocks in 13.8 minutes per game.

FOX Sports Arizona advances to final four in 'Social Madness' contest

Each year, the Phoenix Business Journal creates a contest for local companies called "Social Madness" to determine which is best at engaging in social media. This year, FOX Sports Arizona was selected to participate in the contest in Phoenix for the category with a large social following. The 17 companies in the category battled through the first round until June 17, when...
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