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Suns sign Morris twins to extensions

credit: cbssports.com The Phoenix Suns have signed both Marcus Morris and Markieff Morris to four-year contract extensions, keeping the twin brothers together for the foreseeable future. Marcus is getting a 4 year, $20M extension and Markieff is getting a 4 year, $32M extension. Both players are entering the final year of their rookie scale contracts. Here is the Suns’ announcement...
Via Pass The Pill
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Suns sign Marcus Morris, Markieff Morris to 4-year extensions

The Phoenix Suns announced Monday that they have signed forwards Marcus Morris and Markieff Morris to multiyear contract extensions. “We are particularly pleased to have reached extension agreements with Marcus and Markieff before the start of training camp,” said President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby. “There is an extraordinary bond between these twin brothers; they...
Via Sports-Glory
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Phoenix Suns sign Marcus and Markieff Morris to extensions

PhoenixSuns.com The Phoenix Suns have announced that the Morris twins of Marcus and Markieff to new long-term contract extensions.  The move comes a week after the team ended months of speculation and signed Eric Bledsoe to a five-year $70 million contract extension. The Morris twins are two of the most efficient players in the NBA hen coming off the bench and general manager Ryan...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
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Suns Give Morris Twins 4-Yr $32 Milli & $20 Milli Contract Extensions

It’s a good day to be Markieff and Marcus Morris. The Phoenix Suns have given both contract extensions totally $52 million. Markieff Morris signed a four-year, $32M extension and Marcus Morris signed a four-year, $20M extension with the #Suns. More to come. — Paul Coro (@paulcoro) September 29, 2014
Via BlackSportsOnline
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Robert Sarver Still Regrets Allowing Joe Johnson To Leave Suns

Robert Sarver still regrets the departure of Joe Johnson as a free agent in 2005. The Phoenix Suns were $833,333 per year apart on an extension before Johnson's last season with the team. As a free agent, Johnson felt like the Suns tried to lower his value and did not make an offer, prompting him to ask that they not match the Atlanta Hawks' $70 million offer ($20 million...
Via RealGM
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Suns News: Phoenix signs Zoran Dragic

Zoran Dragic has joined his brother Goran in the NBA, and the Slovenia national teammates will once again be sharing a locker room. The Phoenix Suns announced their signing of the combo guard earlier this week.#124738048 / gettyimages.comAccording to Shams Charania, Dragic agreed to a two-year deal worth just over $4 million. This move is one of many for a busy Phoenix front office...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Phoenix Suns: Zoran Dragic Signing Grade

Phoenix Suns: Zoran Dragic Signing Grade By Josh Morgan: VP and Director of Content At Hoopstuff… Contract: 2 years, 3.5 million I want to start this out by saying I think it’s pretty cool that the Suns have two sets of brothers on their roster now with Zoran joining Goran in the backcourt to go along with Marcus and Markieff Morris in the frontcourt. This has absolutely nothing...
Via HoopStuff
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Phoenix Suns “7 Seconds or Less” Offense

In the last decade, the Phoenix Suns had a very fast paced dynamic offense. Steve Nash and Shawn Marion were two of the best players of those teams, which executed the pick and roll offense effectively. Here, I breakdown their offense in a game from 2006.
Via The Lottery Mafia
3 days ago  |  Discuss

A Tale of Two Dragics

Phoenix adds Zoran Dragic to the backcourt mix on a two-year deal to join his brother in the NBA. What is the report on the younger Dragic? On Thursday, just one day after keeping point guard Eric Bledsoe on a five-year, $70 million contract, the Phoenix Suns agreed to a two-year, $3.5 million deal with Zoran Dragic. Who? Zoran Dragic is the younger brother of Goran Dragic, who...
Via The Lottery Mafia
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Suns sign Zoran Dragic to team up with older brother Goran

The Phoenix Suns have agreed to a buyout of the remainder of Zoran Dragic’s,  contract with Unicaja Malaga. The buyout is reportedly worth $1 million dollars, $600,000 of which will be paid out by the Suns and the rest by Dragic. His deal with Phoenix is for two-years and is worth $3.5 million dollars fully guaranteed and no options according to ESPN’s Marc Stein. One source...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
4 days ago  |  Discuss

What Eric Bledsoe’s 5-Year Contract Extension With The Phoenix Suns Means

It’s not often that NBA players hold out when negotiating their rookie contract extensions. The allure of a guaranteed payday that’s substantially more than what they’ve previously earned is usually enough. In the case of Phoenix Suns point guard Eric Bledsoe, he was more than willing to prolong his contract negotiations for anything less than […] The post What Eric Bledsoe’s...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Phoenix Suns Sign Zoran Dragic, Younger Brother of Goran

The Phoenix Suns have taken an interesting approach to this offseason, signing more guards than they could possibly play on the floor at once. The team drafted Tyler Ennis with the No. 19 pick in the NBA Draft and signed Isaiah Thomas to a multi-year deal to go along with an already loaded backcourt featuring Goran Dragic, Eric Bledsoe, Gerald Green and Archie Goodwin. That seemed...
Via Standing O Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Your Morning Dump… What does Eric Bledsoe’s $70 million contract mean for Rondo?

Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big storyline. Because there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. After nearly three months of free agency, with apparently little to no progress being made on negotiations in which the two sides were reportedly apart by over $30 million, a deal has finally been agreed upon that...
Via Red's Army
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Eric Bledsoe Contract Grade

Eric Bledsoe Contract Grade By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff… Contract= 5 seasons, 70 million Eric Bledsoe and the Phoenix Suns have agreed to a 5 season contract for 70 million dollars according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst. The 2 parties fought this offseason on this contract for the restricted free agent and the Suns’ best player who has become their franchise...
Via HoopStuff
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Suns, Bledsoe agree to $70M deal

(Valleyofthesuns.com) The Phoenix Suns have agreed to a five-year, $70 million contract with restricted free agent guard Eric Bledsoe per reports. The deal follows months of speculation, talks and stalemates between the two sides but thankfully in the end the patience paid off, literally. Bledsoe is receiving the largest deal of any restricted free agent this offseason. It is certainly...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
5 days ago  |  Discuss
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