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The Suns are believed to be preserving cap space for next summer.
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Grant Hill reportedly is leaning toward ending his free agency to leave the Suns for the Knicks.
Veteran forward Grant Hill, on where he plans to play this season: "It's probably my last decision so I'm going to make sure I think it through." Likely suitors include the Suns, Knicks and Bulls.
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…
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...
Just about three weeks ago, Markieff Morris' optimism met its match.
The Knicks are on the verge of landing Grant Hill, according to two NBA sources.
Hill, the Suns free agent, deliberated for the past few days between making the jump to New York or staying with the Phoenix Suns, which are in rebuilding mode.
Hill is close to accepting the big challenge of the Big Apple.
“It’s not [...]
Earlier today, Kelly Dwyer noted (and rightfully criticized) Suns owner Robert Sarver's complaints about his team losing out in the 66-game schedule released by the NBA on Tuesday night. His argument, in case you hate clicking links, was that by not hosting the top five teams in the East this season, Phoenix basketball fans will miss out on the joy of watching great players...
Elston Turner joined Alvin Gentry's staff as unofficial defensive coordinator of the Phoenix Suns.
The Suns will sign Shannon Brown to a one-year deal worth $3.5 million.
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.