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The Phoenix Suns and General Manager Lance Blanks may not be having the greatest year on the court, but off the court they are doing the things that really matter. The Suns took part recently in the Make-A-Wish program and made the dream of 12-year-old Jonah Zahm, who suffers from an extremely rare seizure disorder, come true and then some. Zahm is forced to take 12-15 pills a day just to limit the amount of seizures. The Suns set up a dream day where they held a press conference officially announcing that Zahm was signed to the Suns, and treated him like one of their own throughout the rest of the day. I highly suggest you check out the AZ Central’s list of the events which Zahm was a part of that day, and also check out the below video. “The star gets to sit where he likes,” Suns told Zahm as they met in the conference room behind a podium. This was Blanks’ best signing. He presented Zahm with a contract for a day, worth at least $5,000 if he can find a lawyer to make it bindin...
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At 17-36, the Phoenix suns aren’t having the most successful year on the court, but they’re sure making a difference off the court – just ask 12-year-old, Jonah Zahm.
Zahm, who suffers from an an extremely rare seizure disorder (he takes 10-15 pills a day just to limit seizures), didn’t just get to meet his favorite team at the US Airways Center in Phoenix, he was signed...
Easily the weirdest NBA video of the year.
Celtics (43-13) vs. Phoenix (37-20)
February 13, 1980
Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Phoenix recovered from the Celtics’ 42 points explosion in the third quarter and a twelve point deficit to come back and defeat the Celtics, 135-134.
Larry Bird had his most impressive game in his rookie season, pouring in 45 points. The Suns gushed over Bird’s performance to the Globe’s...
Photo courtesy of Harry How, Getty Images
There’s no place like home. There’s no place like home…
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Looking determined to prevent the same ending, the Lakers got...