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Tweet Earlier this month Phoenix Suns big man Markieff Morris showed why he was the 13th overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft by capturing the league’s Western Conference Player of the Week Honors. The third year player averaged 22.8 points (on 69.8% shooting), eight rebounds, and two steals per game from Nov 4-10. During Monday’s game against...
The Phoenix Suns’ Markieff Morris took the “Birdman” Chris Andersen on a first class flight to his highlight reel with a monster baseline jam all over Andersen. Morris had a solid outing for the Suns, almost recording a double-double with 12 points and nine rebounds. The Suns move to a 7-7 season record after losing to the defending champ Miami Heat 107-92 Monday night....
A year after the Suns made a max offer to Eric Gordon, which was quickly matched by New Orleans, the Phoenix Suns are "reportedly" planning to overpay Utah SF Gordon Hayward next summer.
First of all, make what you will of a rumor like this. It's just a tweet and those are free - and don't need any attribution.
Second of all, even if this was totally true, unless...
Phoenix Suns big man Markieff Morris elevated on the baseline to dunk all over Chris “Birdman” Andersen for the emphatic finish. However the marvelous slam dunk wouldn’t be enough as the Miami Heat rolled to their 7th straight win.
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Gerald Green has managed to hang around the NBA, despite having no real semblance of an offensive game to speak of. One thing Green can do, and do well is dunk.
The Suns are trying to become a running team, and that fits right into the strengths that Green does have.
Green had 20 points against the Magic, including this Dominique-style windmill dunk on a fast break. You could...
Goran Dragic scored 23 points and Gerald Green added 20 to lead the Phoenix Suns to a 104-96 victory over the Orlando Magic on Sunday night.
Two days after stopping a four-game losing streak at Charlotte, the Suns took the lead early in the first quarter and never relinquished it.
Orlando trimmed what had been a 14-point deficit to three late in the fourth quarter. However, Channing...
Following the Miami Heat’s 107-92 triumph over the Phoenix Suns at AmericanAirlines Arena on Monday, Dwyane Wade proved that Chris Bosh isn’t the only player on the Heat roster (see here, here and here) capable of showing off mad videobomb skills. Wade chose his moment as LeBron James was being interviewed by Sun Sports’ Jason […]The post Check yourself, Chris Bosh: Dwyane...
Phoenix Suns’ guard Eric Bledsoe missed his fifth consecutive game on Monday night against the Miami Heat. The Suns lost the game by a score of 107-92 to drop to 7-7 on the season. With the Suns facing the 13-2 Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday, it’s important that Bledsoe returns to the lineup.
Ethan J. Skolnick, who covers the Miami Heat for Turner Sport tweeted the...
There are no freebie victories in the NBA.
Apparently, there barely are even freebies in a NBA victory.
The Suns became the first NBA team in 36 years to win a game with one free throw made, setting franchise lows Sunday night for free throws made and attempted (three) in a 104-96 victory over Orlando at Amway Center.
“Pistol” Pete Maravich was part of the only other team...
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Goran Dragic scored 23 points and Gerald Green added 20 to lead the Phoenix Suns to a 104-96 victory over the Orlando Magic on Sunday night.
Two days after stopping a four-game losing streak in Charlotte, the Suns took the lead early in the first quarter and never relinquished it.
Orlando trimmed what had been a 14-point deficit to three late in the fourth...
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Goran Dragic had his way with the Magic defense most of the night, dribbilng into the paint and finishing himself or finding the shooter on the weak side. At the end of the game, with the Suns clinging to a three-point lead, it was certainly on the veteran point guard to calm his team down and pull out a road win.
Dragic did just that, scoring seven...
On the Phoenix Suns fast break Gerald Green threw down a nasty windmill dunk against the Orlando Magic that was reminiscent of the great Dominique Williams.
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Even without their leading scorer, the Phoenix Suns have gotten back on track during their eastern trip.
They'll face their toughest test yet against the red-hot defending NBA champions.
Hoping to have Eric Bledsoe back, the Suns will try to capture their third straight win Monday night when they visit a Miami Heat team seeking its seventh straight victory.
Following a four...
First two weeks of the season were perfect for the Phoenix Suns as they climbed to the top of the Western Conference and were one of the biggest positive surprises of the season. On the other side, the first week for the defending champions Miami Heat was tough, as they had a 1-2 record at […]The post Dwyane Wade and LeBron James Shatter Phoenix Suns appeared first on The League News.