Phoenix Suns

11-48 (56% ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 105.9 24th
Rebounds Per Game 40.1 30th
Assists Per Game 23.8 18th
Points Allowed 116.1 28th
2018-19 Pacific Standings
Golden State 41 16 .719 L1
LA Clippers 32 27 .542 W1
Sacramento 30 27 .526 L1
LA Lakers 28 29 .491 L2
Phoenix 11 48 .186 L15


  • SG
    DeMar DeRozan (Knee) is questionable Tuesday vs Phoenix
  • PG
    Dejounte Murray (ACL) is out for season

Phoenix Suns News

  • 48 minutes ago Winning matters when it comes to becoming an NBA All-Star, just ask the Suns' Devin Booker


    Two weeks ago, Devin Booker was all smiles when his close friend D'Angelo Russell and former Kentucky teammate Karl-Anthony Towns were named to the 2019 NBA All-Star team.

    "Very, very pumped for his family," Booker said about Russell, who replaced injured Indiana guard Victor Oladipo and will be making his first All-Star appearance at the game in Charlotte.

    "Karl, too. Two-time All-Star. I was a little frustrated cause I think he should've been in the first time around and I talked about that with him, but I'm happy for both of their families."

    Too bad he won't be joining them on the Spectrum Center court Sunday night.

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  • Hoops before the show.@deandreayton | #MTNDEWICERisingStars

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  • 1 | 3#MTNDEWICERisingStars@deandreayton x @luka7doncic

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    Bright Side Of The Sun: Fixing the Suns with one simple answer: put David Griffin in charge


    We've written in this space often that the Suns lack a good point guard who can make the players around him better. We don't need to belabor the point again.

    Yes, the Suns need a competent point guard who can distribute, score and defend. But would that point guard make the Suns a team that wins more game than it loses? No. I don't see how the addition of a single player such as Jrue Holiday -- not Holiday himself, but someone who profiles like him as a not-quite All-Star in his prime -- would raise the Suns up to a winning record.

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  • #ThisIsWhyWePlay@DeandreAyton x @nbacares

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  • .@DeandreAyton shout-out at @nbacares! #MTNDEWICERisingStars #NBAAllStar

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  • Stay informed. | #BHM@elevatephoenix Black History Month Celebration partnered with Carlisle Companies.

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    Official Site of the Suns: Booker Returns to MTN Dew 3-Point Contest to Defend Crown


    The 2019 NBA All-Star festivities are on their way in Charlotte as Devin Booker returns for All-Star weekend for his fourth straight year. While his sophomore season he competed in the Skills Challenge, Booker has spent the other three years of his career showing off his range in the 3-Point Contest.

    As a rookie and at just 19-years-old, Booker found himself in the championship round against both "Splash Brothers" in Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Although Thompson took home the trophy, Booker vowed he'd return to the contest and win it for the Phoenix fan base.

    "I'm disappointed, but I will be back," said Booker said in 2016.

  • Yesterday at 9:19pm

    Bright Side Of The Sun: Locked On Suns Thursday: All-Star weekend preview and NBA Draft top fives


    We preview the Rising Stars Challenge and Three-Point Contest this weekend in Charlotte before moving on to the draft.

    Each of us goes from five to one in the draft and we spend a little extra time on three guys who make a lot of sense for the Suns -- De'Andre Hunter, Ja Morant and of course Zion Williamson.

    Look us up and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify or listen down below!

  • Yesterday at 7:32pm
  • @DeandreAyton x @luka7doncic#NBAAllStar

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  • Dropped in on the #NBAKicks Shoe Wall! @DeandreAyton | #NBAAllStar

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  • First up, #NBAAllStar media circuit with @DeandreAyton!#MTNDEWICERisingStars

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  • Yesterday at 6:40pm
  • We out here, fam! #NBAAllStar

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  • We out here, fam! #NBAllStar

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  • Yesterday at 5:12pm

    Bright Side Of The Sun: Again, the Phoenix Suns are setting a new standard for rock bottom


    Following one of the worst season's in franchise history last season, which featured a carousel of point guards after their own requested out on Twitter three games in and two different coaches resulting an abysmal record of 21-61, the Phoenix Suns are somehow going to top that nightmare.

    Somehow, someway, Phoenix is even worse with two top 10 draft picks brought aboard, including their first ever No. 1 pick. How the Suns can be sitting with 11 wins at the All-Star break with Devin Booker, Deandre Ayton, and other young talent surrounding them beats me.