Entries Tagged as 'Turnovers'

Phoenix Suns 125, Los Angeles Lakers 105 — Scoring in bunches

April 8th, 2012 · 12 Comments

PHOENIX — Last night in Denver the Suns gave away a game that Steve Nash described as “heartbreaking.” He proceeded to tweet that he’s going to count to 10 presumably to try to get over the defeat but that it frankly did not help much. The Suns had reason to be upset as they coughed […]

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Tags: Los Angeles Lakers · Michael Redd · Offense · Phoenix Suns · Phoenix Suns Recap · Shannon Brown · Turnovers

Denver Nuggets 116, Phoenix Suns 97 — Turned over

March 11th, 2011 · 10 Comments

PHOENIX — Before every game Phoenix Suns head coach Alvin Gentry fills the locker room whiteboard with a few offensive keys to the game and defensive keys to the game. They’re often times general and cliche, but with the Denver Nuggets in town the Suns knew exactly what they needed to do on both ends […]

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Tags: Denver Nuggets · Phoenix Suns · Phoenix Suns Recap · Steve Nash · Turnovers

Philadelphia 76ers 105, Phoenix Suns 95 — One step forward, two steps back

January 24th, 2011 · 23 Comments

A road trip that started off with so much promise has now finished with the Suns just one game better than they began on this five-game, 10-day odyssey that seemed to revive hope and ultimately put the Suns right back they have often been this month a few games below .500. After dropping a 105-95 […]

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Tags: Philadelphia 76ers · Phoenix Suns · Phoenix Suns Recap · Turnovers

Phoenix Suns 103, Sacramento Kings 89 — Steve Nash’s big day

November 12th, 2010 · 7 Comments

PHOENIX — Do you remember the day your first son was born? It probably was one of the most memorable days of your life, the kind of day you can still remember the most miniscule details of. Steve Nash lived that day on Friday when Matteo Joel Nash, weighing seven pounds and seven ounces, was […]

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Tags: Hakim Warrick · Josh Childress · Phoenix Suns · Phoenix Suns Recap · Rebounding · Sacramento Kings · Steve Nash · Turnovers

Second-chance points, turnovers doom Suns

May 27th, 2010 · 7 Comments

Nothing demoralizes a team more than second-chance points, and the Phoenix Suns learned that the hardest way possible tonight when Ron Artest snared a Kobe Bryant air ball and finished the game winner at the buzzer to hand the Lakers a pivotal 3-2 lead in the Western Conference Finals. The Suns played perfect defense on […]

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Tags: Los Angeles Lakers · Phoenix Suns · Playoffs · Rebounding · Turnovers

Jazz 116, Suns 108 — Fourth quarter collapse

March 5th, 2010 · 10 Comments

PHOENIX — When the Suns blew a lead to the Jazz in late January, I counted the points as the advantage expanded, waiting to see how high the lead would get before the Suns would inevitably blow it. But that was then when the Suns had coughed up 11 double-digit leads and dropped six such […]

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Tags: Amare Stoudemire · Defense · Grant Hill · Phoenix Suns · Phoenix Suns Recap · Rebounding · Steve Nash · Turnovers · Utah Jazz