Feb 26, 2014; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Jazz small forward Richard Jefferson (24) drives to the basket in front of Phoenix Suns power forward Marcus Morris (15) during the second half at EnergySolutions Arena. The Jazz won 109-86. Mandatory Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

Morning Sunshine: Phoenix Suns News (February 27)

This is our daily feature here at SunNGun where we scavenge the internet for recent stories related to the Phoenix Suns organization and relay them to you, so we are the one-stop-shopping for all things Phoenix Suns. We’ll have it for you everyday, hopefully in the morning. The links to these full articles are in the title, take a look at the entire stories. The writers at all the other blogs are good and have some interesting information and perspective, but come back here for our take and full coverage of the team.

Valley of the Suns: Kevin Johnson: ‘My story is a Phoenix story’

“Kevin Johnson never expected all of this. Coming out of a poor northern California neighborhood, he never dreamed of getting to the NBA, let alone be one of the most electrifying players in the league for many years. From 1988-1997, Johnson averaged 19.8 points and 10 assists per game as he led the Suns to the playoffs every single year, including a berth in the 1993 NBA Finals. Johnson is grateful for his time in the desert and believes his current success outside of basketball can be traced back to his time in purple and orange. “My story is a Phoenix story,” Johnson said on Sunday, when he returned to Phoenix.”

 Bright Side of the Sun: Jimmer Fredette in Phoenix? Thursday Snap Poll

“Jimmer Fredette was highly coveted by many Suns fans when he was entering the NBA in the 20111 Draft. He ended up going to Sacramento (after some interesting trades) and now will be bought out by the Kings and become a restricted free agent looking for a home.”

 Desert News: Report card: Lots of A’s to go around in the Jazz’s blowout win

“The Utah Jazz played some of the best basketball seen from them all year on Wednesday night at EnergySolutions Arena. The Jazz blew past the Phoenix Suns 109-86 and looked like they were actually having a good time on the court. Fans saw high-flying dunks and phenomenal ball movement as seven Jazz players hit double figures. Jazz forward Gordon Hayward finished the game with 17 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists, just one shy of a triple-double after playing 37 minutes.”

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