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Steve Nash will be a Hall of Famer when its all said and done. He has been the most consistent at his position for years. In case you didn’t know, Nash was originally drafted by the Suns in 1996, 15th overall. He didn’t play well for the Suns so they traded him to the Dallas
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If there was one team that could use the re-assurance of some lottery luck, it felt like Phoenix was that team. OK, so a whole lot of teams who just missed out on the Playoffs like the Suns did could have used the safety blanket of a top 3 pick.
Many of those teams though do not have Steve Nash making their engines go and driving everything that their team does. And few of them...
The Phoenix Suns will select 13th overall in the 2012 NBA Draft after the league tonight announced results of the 2012 NBA Draft Lottery, which was conducted Wednesday evening at the DisneyABC Times Square Studio. The New Orleans Hornets, who had a 13.7 percent chance of obtaining the first selection, will have the first overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, which will be held in Newark...
With the NBA draft lottery completed Tuesday night and the Suns locked in (sigh) at No. 13, as expected, it's high season for NBA mock draft prognosticators.
Experts seem to believe it's a relatively deep draft, so the Suns shouldn't be without some potentially attractive options at No. 13. And if you're looking for positive omens -- No. 13 has been a very, very...
Suns fans have suffered through three lottery seasons in the last four years waiting for the team to have the cap space to sign a free agent to replace the departed Amar'e Stoudemire.
But in his state-of-the-team address at the end of the season, director of operations Lon Babby made it clear that the Suns are in no rush to exercise their new flexibility. That means the team...