With the Suns’ season over and the offseason already in full swing as the team searches for a new general manager and a head coach, questions are aplenty. So instead of the traditional 5-on-5 to recap the season, we’re going to — like the Suns — start from scratch and work through five 5-on-1 sessions. [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Dan Majerle'
May 2nd, 2013 · 21 Comments
January 22nd, 2013 · 36 Comments
Unlike the concept of karma, loyalty isn’t often reciprocated.
Dan Majerle’s assistant coaching tenure in Phoenix is over. Paul Coro of The Arizona Republic confirmed on Tuesday morning that the Suns Ring of Honor member and five-year assistant coach won’t return to the team.
Two days of absence from team practices after being skipped over in favor [...]
September 18th, 2010 · 17 Comments
ESPN is currently running a fun interactive graphic in which fans can pick their all-time starting lineup from every franchise in the NBA.
With a team as successful as the Suns have been (fourth-highest winning percentage of all NBA teams), there are many ways to go. According to Sports Nation, the all-time Suns lineup is Steve [...]
September 14th, 2010 · 5 Comments
The Western Conference rosters for EA Sports’ upcoming NBA Jam redux (on shelves Oct. 5) were announced Tuesday and ESPN.com’s Marc Stein had the scoop.
The Phoenix Suns roster came as no real surprise. Taking the virtual court for the Suns will be Steve Nash, Grant Hill and Jason Richardson. Also suiting up in the purple [...]
May 8th, 2010 · 5 Comments
There will be plenty of time to talk about next year’s roster in July. Now should be reserved for discussing the Phoenix Suns’ domination through three games of the San Antonio Spurs.
But before we get back to talking about the Suns and the Spurs, AOL FanHouse’s Chris Tomasson reported on Friday that Grant Hill plans [...]
January 13th, 2010 · No Comments
Amare Stoudemire’s All-Star self-promotion campaign finished up today with his fourth and final video, “Baby Powder.”
You all know by now that Amare leads Andrew Bynum by about a gazillion votes, and surely the viral campaign had something to do with it (getting listed as the Suns’ “center” probably had more to do with it, though).