Found February 12, 2012 on
Jared Dudley's double-double, Markieff Morris' 18 points help the Suns to their fourth win in five games, 97-82 against the Kings.
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The Phoenix Suns are carrying plenty of positive momentum into their first back-to-back-to-back stretch of the season.
A matchup with Golden State wouldn't seem likely to slow them down, but the Warriors are also playing quality basketball right now.
Phoenix looks to extend its road winning streak to four and defeat Golden State for a 12th time in the last 13 meetings Monday...
Notes: Since returning to the starting lineup, Jared Dudley has looked more like a scoring guard. He is scoring as much as any Suns player lately.
Well here’s something you don’t see every day: Channing Frye driving to the rack and dunking on a dude. The dude happened to be Samuel Dalembert, who didn’t respect authority… the authority of Channing Frye’s seldom-seen but ever-destructive right-handed sledgehammer, that is.
Frye is one of those guys that if you type his name into Youtube along with the word “dunk”...
Suns extra: Markieff Morris, Michael Redd and Sebastian Telfair are making waves for the Suns. Paul Coro takes a look at each.
Tonight's Kings game against the Phoenix Suns, including broadcast times, three keys to victory, and probable starters for both teams.
Steve Nash just turned 38, but he isn't slowing down. The Suns All-Star is having a stellar season, and now Phoenix faces a big decision as the trade deadline nears, writes Sam Amick.
SACRAMENTO -- As Steve Nash sees it, Jeremy Lin's incredible path from the bench to breakout star is a good, old-fashioned sports story: an underdog athlete playing well, sparking excitement and leading a struggling franchise to victories. It's not, as some have surmised, a story of Nash's old coach, the Knicks' Mike D'Antoni, finally finding a Nash-esque point...
The Suns are a fantastic team with a halftime lead, winning nine of 10 times this season. The problem with getting that halftime lead has been keeping first-quarter leads.
Phoenix will begin a grueling three games in three nights stretch in Oakland tonight against the Golden State Warriors.
8 p.m.: Paul Coro sets the stage (as usual) for tonight's Suns-Kings matchup. The Suns have lost three straight against the Kings; can they snap that skid? Join the chat, follow our updates!