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With two losses following two wins, the Lindsey Hunter honeymoon phase is over.
That’s unfortunate, because the Suns would love to pretend they’ve moved on without Steve Nash when he enters the US Airways Center tonight sporting a different shade of purple.
Instead, Phoenix is back to losing. Not that Nash and the [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Goran Dragic'
January 30th, 2013 · 34 Comments
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January 21st, 2013 · 86 Comments
PHOENIX — After sleeping only five hours Sunday night, interim head coach Lindsey Hunter admitted that the reality of his somewhat surprising promotion still had not sunk in.
While Phoenix’s practice facility was buzzing with energy Monday nearly 24 hours after the 17-year NBA veteran was named the team’s short-term replacement for Alvin Gentry, when the [...]
January 16th, 2013 · 72 Comments
Point guard Goran Dragic leads the Suns in scoring with 14.1 points per game. He’s tops on the team in assists (6.1apg), steals (1.5spg) and Player Efficiency Rating (17.4). He may be the only member of the Suns deserving of the word “consistent” this season.
He also might be the worst point guard Phoenix has had [...]
December 12th, 2012 · 37 Comments
PHOENIX — Things can change quickly in the NBA.
Like the opening Goran Dragic thought he saw on the right side of the lane in the waning moments of Wednesday’s contest against the Memphis Grizzlies.
But as Dragic raced towards the basket for a potential game-winning shot opportunity, he was cut off by 7-foot-1 center Marc Gasol. [...]
October 30th, 2012 · 7 Comments
The Phoenix Suns’ offense during the Steve Nash era was very simple.
Step #1 – Inbound the ball to Steve.
Step #2 – Have a tall yet nimble man set a screen on Steve’s defender.
Step #3 – Watch Steve work his magic.
Step #4 – Run back on defense after the ball goes in the hoop.
Now that Nash [...]
October 18th, 2012 · 29 Comments
Preseason is about the small victories.
Especially for a team like the Suns with so many new faces to integrate, it had to be encouraging that three crucial starters — Goran Dragic, Jared Dudley and Luis Scola — played so well together in the Suns’ 100-94 victory over the Dirk-less Mavs on Wednesday night in Big [...]