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Valentine’s day is usually reserved for lovers but Phoenix Suns’s Channing Frye and lifestyle brand Sportiqe have put a twist on the holiday with their new One Heart tee to raise money for Congenital Heart Disease testing in young athletes.
Frye is missing this current NBA season do to the discovery of a dilated cardiomyopath, an enlarged heart, which was discovered in preseason during a routine physical. Frye isn’t the only one has encountered a congenital heart condition in the NBA. Both Jeff Green and Chris Wilcox have been diagnosed with conditions in the past year.
*Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) is a category of heart disease that includes abnormalities in cardiovascular structures that occur before birth but rarely diagnosed as the symptoms may not appear right away. These defects occur while the fetus is developing in the uterus and may affect approximately 1 in 100 children. About 500,000 adults in the U.S. have CHD and most sudden deaths in athletes were attributable to C...
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The Phoenix Suns, partnering with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, signed a 12-year-old boy who suffers from a rare seizure disorder to a one-day contract.
The entire Phoenix Suns roster is on the trading block.
Fox Sports' Sam Amico reported that Suns GM Lance Blanks is willing to trade anyone on the roster. No player is untouchable. Not "Polish Hammer" Marcin Gortat. Not Goran Dragic. And especially not Michael Beasley or Jared Dudley, who has been shopped pretty hard in the last week.
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…
After two weeks and seven games on the road, the Lakers returned to the comforts of Staples Center to face a Phoenix Suns team who recently rallied in the final minutes of their last contest to beat them in the end.
Looking determined to prevent the same ending, the Lakers got...