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Shannon Brown has agreed to a two-year, $7 million deal with the Suns.
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After blowing through most of their Plan B options at shooting guard, the Suns now have an agreement to bring back Shannon Brown.
Brown, who reportedly will sign a two-year contract with a player option for the second season, averaged a career-high 11 points during his first season in Phoenix. He demonstrated the ability to provide some much-needed punch by giving the Suns 18 points...
First-round draft pick Kendall Marshall, playing in his second game for the Suns Summer League team, made only one of 10 shots Wednesday night as the Suns (1-2) suffered a 78-61 loss to the New Orleans Hornets.
Marshall, who attempted only one shot in his first game, was more aggressive and confident in running the offense. He had five assists and two turnovers while playing a team...
PHOENIX On the irony scale, Thursday's news conference at US Airways Center should check in as a 10. The star of the show was Goran Dragic, who was being reintroduced to a pack of reporters that wasn't exactly thrilled to see him leave 17 months ago.
Back on Feb. 24, 2011, the Suns shipped The Dragon and a first-round pick extracted from the Orlando Magic in the Marcin...
The Phoenix Suns introduced their new point guard to the media Wednesday. Or perhaps we should say they “re-introduced” him. Goran Dragic is certainly no stranger to the Suns. Having played the first two and a half years of his NBA career in Phoenix, everyone from the front office to the fans are familiar with [...]
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PHOENIX -- We're not sure what his superpower will be, but Michael Beasley has already checked in as X-Factor Man for the Phoenix Suns.
We now provide some immediate testimony from general manager Lance Blanks:
"I'm as excited as I've ever been in my whole career to welcome this young man into our organization," Blanks said during Beasley's introductory...
Goran Dragic has officially signed with the Suns.
Austin Rivers missed Wednesday Summer League game against the Phoenix Suns because of a sore ankle and foot.