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In recent years, the Phoenix Suns have been known for, above all else, having an uptempo and elite offense. Win or lose, and no matter the season’s ultimate result, the team never struggled to score with Steve Nash running a descendant of Mike D’Antoni’s offense. Through two games in this young season, however, offense has…
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In the Steve Nash era one issue you never had to worry about was the Phoenix Suns’ offense.
Might this be changing right before our eyes?
In Monday’s opening night loss the Phoenix Suns fell to the New Orleans Hornets 85-84.
Since Steve Nash has been on the Suns, 2004-05 season to the present, their record in games [...]
Last night, I watched my Sixers maul the worst Phoenix Suns team in recent memory. They’re just awful. Poor Steve Nash – after abusing Jrue Holiday the first handful of times down the court, disappeared into one of the least-effective performances of his career (four points on 2-11 shooting, one assist, six turnovers in 17 [...]
The Sixers after losing their first game of the season responded back with a dominant win over Steve Nash and the Phoenix Suns. The Sixers seized control of the contest early as they quickly raced to a 7 point lead after the first quarter. They would continue to pile it on as they went up 14 points going into halftime and never looked back. The Sixers...
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“T does his best work in the paint” -TO
Rubio didn’t start for the wolves, but he did manage to play 26 minutes and finished with 6 points, 6 assists, and 5 boards, all without a TO. He made some flashy bounce passes and showed why he has had the comparisons to Pistol Pete and Steve Nash. He may not light up the score board...
Hakim Warrick netted a game-high 18 points, while Steve Nash had seven with 12 assists to lead the Phoenix Suns past the New Orleans Hornets, 93-78.