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Each week, The Republic spotlights a member of the Suns for a series of questions. This week it's point guard Ronnie Price.
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PHOENIX -- Heading into Friday, the Suns knew what was on deck. They're about to spend more than a week on the road playing five playoff contenders, so a home game against the New Jersey Nets seemed the ideal way to bank a win before things got rough.
Then they learned both Steve Nash and Grant Hill would be out for the night with injuries.
Without Nash and Hill, the Suns...
Notes: Suns swingman Grant Hill will not deny that the soreness in his right quadriceps tendon likely is related to his September right knee surgery in some way.
Okay, so he does have Marcin Gortat (24 points, 15 rebounds). But other than that, Steve Nash is the last man standing in Phoenix. Last year, it looked like their deep trips into the postseason were over. Now, the fast-breaking, free-wheeling style is a thing of the past as well. We felt like we were [...]
Catch. Shoot. Swish. That is all new Phoenix Suns guard Michael Redd did after he entered an NBA game last night for the first time this season. He has not suited up to play competitive basketball in 285 days, but tonight his shot was cash money. Redd made a quicker than expected entrance after teammate [...]
Phoenix Suns veteran starters Steve Nash and Grant Hill are sitting out Friday night against the New Jersey Nets because of injuries. Suns coach Alvin Gentry says the 37-year-old Nash has a "charley horse" type injury -- technically a right quad contusion -- and the 39-year-old Hill has a right quad tendon strain.
Suns co-captains Steve Nash and Grant Hill will not play in tonight's home game against New Jersey due to injuries suffered in Thursday night's loss to Cleveland.
Phoenix Suns veteran starters Steve Nash and Grant Hill are sitting out Friday night against the New Jersey Nets because of injuries.
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Phoenix Suns vs San Antonio Spurs Odds
The Spurs will be trying to slam the Suns on Sunday when the teams tip off at AT&T Center in NBA betting action.
The Spurs sit at 8-4 (5-7 ATS) on the season; in comparison, the Suns are currently 4-7 (5-6 ATS). Looking to wager on the totals? San Antonio is 6-6 OU, and Phoenix...