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It is always an inspiring thing to see someone no matter how great a star they are make a comeback from a lost season.
Suns center Channing Frye who missed all of the 2012-2013 season with a heart condition looks to be able to do just that. He has been cleared by several doctors to return to the court. Several days ago Frye hinted at his comeback when he posted a photo on his Instagram account a picture taken of him in-game in a previous season. The photo was accompanied by the caption “YEP”. Suns GM Ryan McDonough previously told the Arizona Republic ”All the results we’ve gotten on Channing are positive. We’re just waiting for a conclusion.” The conclusion is seemingly that he has recovered. Frye has been getting back to exercising for the past couple of months and said several doctors gave him the okay to resume his career with the Suns approval.
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After the Phoenix Suns selected former Maryland center Alex Len as their first pick in the NBA Draft this summer, there have been questions swirling surrounding his availability for the start of the regular season. These questions were caused by Len's recovery from surgeries on both of his ankles. While it wasn't certain if he'd be back in time for the start of the new...
The Phoenix Suns have added some depth and size at the guard position.
The Suns announced the signing of former Temple guard Dionte Christmas on Friday. The 6’5″ guard performed well for the team during the Las Vegas Summer league.
The #Suns signed Dionte Christmas to a multi-year with a small guarantee on the first season. Suns have 17 players under contract for camp.
The Suns have a plethora of young talent that consist of Eric Bledsoe, the Morris twins, Archie Goodwin and lottery pick Alex Len. Len has been recovering from ankle surgery, but now he’s ready to get back on the court with his new teammates.
It's go time! #GoSuns pic.twitter.com/86aXncuboU
— Alex Len (@alexlen) September 12, 2013
There’s a mystery surrounding Len...
Wow is this years Phoenix Suns training camp going to be competitive! Guard Dionte Christmas is a 6 foot 5 and went undrafted in the 2009 Draft out of an exceptional 4 year career at Temple University. But know Christmas finally has the chance to make an NBA roster after the Phoenix Suns signed the ...The post Phoenix Suns sign Guard Dionte Christmas appeared first on The League News.
The Suns' training camp just got a little more competitive.
With seven guards already under contract the Suns signed shooting guard Dionte Christmas on Friday after he showed his pure scoring ability on their NBA Summer League entry in July.
Christmas a 6-foot-5 guard who has improved tremendously on defense since his Temple years averaged 10.1 points in only 20.9 minutes per...
Slovenia defeated Greece 73-65 in EuroBasket 2013 play on Saturday.
Goran Dragic had 28 points, five rebounds and four assists to lead Slovenia.
Vassils Spanoulis had 21 points and eight rebounds.
The Phoenix Suns have signed guard Dionte Christmas.
Christmas averaged 10.1 points for the Suns’ Las Vegas Summer League team this summer. “We’re excited to add Dionte to our roster,” said Suns General Manager Ryan McDonough. “He was a key contributor for our Las Vegas Summer League team and his scoring ability, leadership and toughness will help us this season.”