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EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Steve Nash is going to have a new alley-oop partner this season.
Unrestricted free agent and former Los Angeles Lakers guard Shannon Brown will sign a one-year, $3.5 million deal with the Phoenix Suns, sources told ESPN the Magazine's Chris Broussard on Thursday.
The deal cannot become official until Friday at 2 p.m. ET, when the league's moratorium on player movement is expected to be lifted after the new collective bargaining agreement is ratified.
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Unrestricted free agent Shannon Brown will sign a one-year, $3.5 million deal with the Phoenix Suns to catch a copious amount of alley-oops from one Steve Nash.
Back in June, Brown opted out of his contract with the Lakers for the 2011-12 season that would have paid him approximately $2.4 million. Phoenix earlier re-signed swingman Grant Hill to a one-year deal too, so expect...
The Phoenix Suns signed guards Sebastian Telfair and Shannon Brown to one-year deals, and waived forward Vince Carter in an expected cost-cutting move.
Carter was due to be paid $18 million for the upcoming season and the Suns will have to pay just $4 million of that by waiving him on Friday.
Telfair has played for five teams over seven NBA seasons, most recently a second stint...
PHOENIX - The Phoenix Suns signed guards Sebastian Telfair and Shannon Brown to one-year deals, and waived forward...
The nightmare is starting all over again.
Shoe-horning a 66-game NBA schedule into a four-month hole brings back gruesome and bitter memories of 1999. I was there in '99 and remember the devastation, the futility, the cries for mercy.
But I was a beat writer covering the Los Angeles Clippers, and most of the aforementioned emotions were emanating from press row.
Ranger Nation is very happy to show our readers the beginning stages and exclusive photos of New York Rangers goalie Marty Biron’s helmet for the NHL Winter Classic on January 2nd in Philadelphia. Biron’s helmet is being done by our good friend and artist Steve Nash and the wonderful people at Eye Candy Air. Picture [...]
The Suns dealt for Aaron Brooks at last season’s trade deadline, in hopes that he might be a long-term solution at point guard for the team — both as a backup to Steve Nash, and possibly as his someday-replacement. Brooks was to be a restricted free agent this season, and while it’s unclear whether or…
The Suns have been on a seven-year search for Steve Nash's backup. Sebastian Telfair has gone on a seven-year odyssey to find an NBA home. Now they might have found each other.
Not everybody wants to play for the Knicks. Grant Hill has decided to stay with Steve Nash — and the warm winter weather of Phoenix — and has agreed to a one-year, $6.5 million deal to play for the Suns this season, reports Paul Coro of the Arizona Republic. The Suns were long considered the…