Magic 122, Suns 100
I kept rolling my eyes during Tuesday night’s game whenever the Heat and Suns were referred two as “two of the NBA’s hottest teams.”
They’ve only played three games each! And of their six opponents, only one (the Philadelphia 76ers, who the Magic beat a week ago) made the playoffs last season. Can [...]
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November 4th, 2009 · No Comments
Magic 122, Suns 100
June 4th, 2009 · No Comments
Shaq’s Suns have long since been eliminated from championship contention, the first time Shaq hasn’t reached the playoffs since he was a rookie, but there will still be major Shaquillian overtones at the 2009 NBA Finals, which start tonight in Los Angeles.
Will Kobe win his first title without Shaq and join the Big Aristotle and [...]
March 3rd, 2009 · No Comments
Heading into the fourth quarter Tuesday in Orlando, the Suns more or less accomplished what they wanted to: Dwight Howard was in foul trouble all game, the Suns scored a bunch of hoops in seven seconds or less, Shaq was a force and Nash and J-Rich weren’t bad either.
They led the No. 3 team in [...]
March 3rd, 2009 · 1 Comment
Magic 111, Suns 99
Right when the Suns seem to be finding themselves by putting together “Seven Seconds or Less” and Shaq to form “Seven Seconds or Shaq,” their most brutal stretch of the season continues with the start of a four-game trip tonight in Orlando.
The Suns begin play today just 1 1/2 games behind eighth-place [...]
December 13th, 2008 · No Comments
As a former University of Arizona basketball beat writer who watched every game the last four years as well as their two choke job losses this season, I cringe every time the Wildcats have the ball in the final seconds with the game on the line because I know what’s going to happen.
And it’s not [...]
December 12th, 2008 · No Comments
Suns 113, Magic 112
Welcome to a new era of Phoenix Suns basketball.
Trade acquisitions Jason Richardson and Jared Dudley will suit up as Phoenix Suns for the first time when the Suns host the streaking Magic.
The Suns will still be without center Shaquille O’Neal so expect a bit of small ball, as hopefully Phoenix will attempt [...]