1. Jay Wright Jay Wright should be the number one option for the Phoenix Suns. He’s fresh off a national … Continue reading Breaking down the top Suns coaching candidates
On the afternoon of March 31st, DeAndre Ayton went on CBS Sports radio. When asked where he’d like to end … Continue reading Shaq and Kobe 2.0
It’s no surprise that Suns fans (including myself) are looking towards next season rather than dwelling on this one. For … Continue reading Whose Spot is Safe in Phoenix?
Alan Williams is Phoenix to the core. Born in Phoenix, Arizona’s High School Player of the Year at North High … Continue reading Alan Williams: The Phoenix Son
Three weeks ago, Shaquille Harrison was playing in the G-League for the Northern Arizona Suns. Now, he’s getting defensive assignments … Continue reading Shaquille Harrison and the merit of the 10-day contract
But, it is an art. As I sit and watch this incredibly terrible Suns/Hawks matchup, I’ve come to realize this … Continue reading Tanking is the worst form of art