Phoenix Suns fans will be thrilled to have Chris Paul back with their team next season. Last year, Paul's trade was the best deal in the NBA, as it transformed the Suns from a lottery team to a championship contender.
Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker helped Team USA advance to the Gold Medal game in the Olympics Team USA, behind the great play of Kevin Durant and Devin Booker, beat Team Australia 97-78 late on Wednesday night to advance to the Gold Medal game at the Tokyo Olympics.
Only one NBA player has experienced more wins in the past year than the Phoenix Suns’ Devin Booker. Happy anniversary, Suns fans. Exactly one year ago today, Devin Booker made that improbable game-winner over Paul George to beat the Los Angeles Clippers.
Star in your role. It’s one of the oldest cliches in sports, one that new Phoenix Suns center JaVale McGee used to turn around his career. It doesn’t sound like that was his main thought process, though.
Exact dollar figures of Chris Paul’s contract that could reach up to $120 million over four years remain undisclosed. However, we do have a few more details to understand how the Suns protected themselves while incentivizing Paul.
Wing Abdel Nader and the Phoenix Suns agreed to a two-year, $4.2 million contract on Tuesday, reports The Athletic’s Shams Charania. Nader joined the Suns this past season as part of the Chris Paul trade from the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The boxes were ticked quickly. The Phoenix Suns moved swiftly when the NBA free agency moratorium opened on Monday, re-signing Cam Payne and bringing back star point guard Chris Paul before adding backup center JaVale McGee.
McGee is a good signing, but basically takes the Suns off the market for a top rotation player Last night, you voted highly on the Phoenix Suns haul on the first day of free agency, but one move left me scratching my head the more I thought about it.
Devin Booker hasn’t taken long to gain USA Basketball head coach Gregg Popovich’s trust. Four games in to the Tokyo Olympics, the Phoenix Suns guard might have solidified himself as a guy the Americans can lean on, and that’s because he did everything but the one thing he’s known for in a 95-81 quarterfinals victory against Spain.
Welcome to the start of free agency!! The Phoenix Suns today locked down their point guard situation by re-signing both Chris Paul and Cameron Payne, lost Torrey Craig but then added JaVale McGee to back up Deandre Ayton.
The Phoenix Suns and free agent center JaVale McGee have agreed to a one-year contract worth $5 million, per Yahoo! Sports’ Chris Haynes. McGee, 33, spent the back-half of last season with the Denver Nuggets after being traded there at the deadline by the Cleveland Cavaliers.