Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 107.5 23rd
Rebounds Per Game 40.4 30th
Assists Per Game 23.9 20th
Points Allowed 116.8 3rd
2019-20 Pacific Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Golden State 57 25 .695 L1
LA Clippers 48 34 .585 W1
Sacramento 39 43 .476 L3
LA Lakers 37 45 .451 L1
Phoenix 19 63 .232 L2

Phoenix Suns News

  • @Suns • 2h

    Official Site of the Suns: 2019 FIBA World Cup: Phoenix Suns Update

    The FIBA Basketball World Cup officially tips-off in China on August 31st with multiple different countries featuring members of the Phoenix Suns. With players like Ricky Rubio headlining Spain and Aron Baynes manning the paint for Australia, the games should give Suns fans a preview of the newest players on the roster.

    RICKY RUBIO - SPAIN

    Ricky Rubio saw his first game action for Spain on Friday night as Team France tipped-off against Team USA in a tune-up game prior to the FIBA World Cup. The Suns newest point guard showed off his diverse skillset as he finished as his team's second leading scorer with 16 points behind Toronto's Marc Gasol.

    The FIBA Basketball World Cup officially tips-off in China on August 31st with multiple different countries featuring members of the Phoenix Suns. With players like Ricky Rubio headlining Spain and Aron Baynes manning the paint for Australia, the games should give Suns fans a preview of the newest players on the roster.

    RICKY RUBIO - SPAIN

    Ricky Rubio saw his first game action for Spain on Friday night as Team France tipped-off against Team USA in a tune-up game prior to the FIBA World Cup. The Suns newest point guard showed off his diverse skillset as he finished as his team's second leading scorer with 16 points behind Toronto's Marc Gasol.

  • @Suns • 5h

    Fansided: The Phoenix Suns should sign Joakim Noah

    If you haven't heard, Devin Booker and current free agent center Joakim Noah got into it a little bit during a pick-up basketball game, and the Phoenix Suns star was not a fan of the entire situation.

    During this pickup game, Booker received the ball on the right side of the lane in the post. When he got position, Joakim Noah called out for a double team, which came, forcing Book up towards the top of the right arc of the 3-point line, eventually ending in the ball being knocked out of bounds - much to Book's chagrin.

    If you haven't heard, Devin Booker and current free agent center Joakim Noah got into it a little bit during a pick-up basketball game, and the Phoenix Suns star was not a fan of the entire situation.

    During this pickup game, Booker received the ball on the right side of the lane in the post. When he got position, Joakim Noah called out for a double team, which came, forcing Book up towards the top of the right arc of the 3-point line, eventually ending in the ball being knocked out of bounds - much to Book's chagrin.

  • @Suns • 11h

    azcentral.com: Phoenix Suns can only benefit from Devin Booker handling doubles better

    Joakim Noah is right.

    Double teams are part of the game -- and something Devin Booker has and will continue to face while playing for the Phoenix Suns.

    So even though Booker got frustrated by it during an open gym, Noah, the 12-year NBA veteran, was on point.x

    Booker: "Hey bro, we're not doubling in the open gym, bro."

    Noah: "Yeah we are."

    Booker: "I get that s--t all season, bro."

    Noah (with hands on his hips): "Yeah we are."

    Booker: "Come on, let's work on our game, bro.

    Joakim Noah is right.

    Double teams are part of the game -- and something Devin Booker has and will continue to face while playing for the Phoenix Suns.

    So even though Booker got frustrated by it during an open gym, Noah, the 12-year NBA veteran, was on point.x

    Booker: "Hey bro, we're not doubling in the open gym, bro."

    Noah: "Yeah we are."

    Booker: "I get that s--t all season, bro."

    Noah (with hands on his hips): "Yeah we are."

    Booker: "Come on, let's work on our game, bro.

  • @Suns • 16h

    Bright Side Of The Sun: Who's better: Phoenix Suns or Sacramento Kings?

    Let's continue our season preview series for the 2019-20 Phoenix Suns!

    This series will explore how the Suns are seen by their Western Conference (possibly lottery bound) counterparts. I know Suns fans are all over the board on how the team matches up to the rest of the West -- some of you are real high on the team, and some are real low.

    So, let's see how the Suns are seen by bloggers who don't follow them, but are huge NBA fans in their own way.

    Today, we exchange thoughts with Greg Wissinger of our SB Nation team site SacTownRoyalty.

    Let's continue our season preview series for the 2019-20 Phoenix Suns!

    This series will explore how the Suns are seen by their Western Conference (possibly lottery bound) counterparts. I know Suns fans are all over the board on how the team matches up to the rest of the West -- some of you are real high on the team, and some are real low.

    So, let's see how the Suns are seen by bloggers who don't follow them, but are huge NBA fans in their own way.

    Today, we exchange thoughts with Greg Wissinger of our SB Nation team site SacTownRoyalty.

  • @Suns • 20h

    ESPN.com: Should Lonzo Ball or Markelle Fultz be No. 1 in the 2017 draft?

    As the high-stakes NBA draft lottery approaches for teams like the Boston Celtics, Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers, the question of who should be the No. 1 pick remains unresolved: Is it Markelle Fultz or Lonzo Ball?

    Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton make a case for each player and give their verdicts, and identify potential sleeper picks.

    As the high-stakes NBA draft lottery approaches for teams like the Boston Celtics, Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers, the question of who should be the No. 1 pick remains unresolved: Is it Markelle Fultz or Lonzo Ball?

    Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton make a case for each player and give their verdicts, and identify potential sleeper picks.

  • @Suns • 1d

    azcentral.com: Jared Dudley responds to Royce White's 'uniformed' Carmelo Anthony Lakers comments

    (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)

    Los Angeles Lakers small forward/guard Jared Dudley recently found himself in the middle of an interesting conversation when former NBA player Royce White went off about how Carmelo Anthony wasn't in the NBA ... and Jared Dudley was.

    Dudley responded on Twitter on Tuesday morning.

    "This isn't Melo vs myself, That man is a 1st ballot HOFer..," Dudley tweeted. "We all want to see him back in the league.. Royce seems uniformed when he speaks and this situation in calling my name out. This league is not about who's better then who it's what's players make for the best Team.

    (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)

    Los Angeles Lakers small forward/guard Jared Dudley recently found himself in the middle of an interesting conversation when former NBA player Royce White went off about how Carmelo Anthony wasn't in the NBA ... and Jared Dudley was.

    Dudley responded on Twitter on Tuesday morning.

    "This isn't Melo vs myself, That man is a 1st ballot HOFer..," Dudley tweeted. "We all want to see him back in the league.. Royce seems uniformed when he speaks and this situation in calling my name out. This league is not about who's better then who it's what's players make for the best Team.

  • @Suns • 1d

    azcentral.com: Ricky Rubio, Frank Kaminsky among six players Phoenix Suns can't trade until Dec. 15

    The Phoenix Suns have six players they can't trade until Dec. 15.

    Ricky Rubio
    Frank Kaminsky
    Cheick Diallo
    Jalen Lecque
    David Kramer
    Tariq Owens

    Under the NBA's collective bargaining agreement, free agents can't be traded for three months after they sign their contract with their new team or Dec. 15, whichever is latest.

    As an aside, David Kramer and Tariq Owens are on this list but likely won't make the 15-man regular-season roster. Hoops Rumors lists them as being on summer contracts.

    Ricky Rubio is the Suns' most recent answer a point guard after signing a three-year, $51-million deal this summer while Jalen Lecque might be the long-term solution.

    The Phoenix Suns have six players they can't trade until Dec. 15.

    Ricky Rubio
    Frank Kaminsky
    Cheick Diallo
    Jalen Lecque
    David Kramer
    Tariq Owens

    Under the NBA's collective bargaining agreement, free agents can't be traded for three months after they sign their contract with their new team or Dec. 15, whichever is latest.

    As an aside, David Kramer and Tariq Owens are on this list but likely won't make the 15-man regular-season roster. Hoops Rumors lists them as being on summer contracts.

    Ricky Rubio is the Suns' most recent answer a point guard after signing a three-year, $51-million deal this summer while Jalen Lecque might be the long-term solution.

  • @Suns • 1d

    Bright Side Of The Sun: The Suns need defense, Aron Baynes brings defense

    On July 6th, 2019 Aron Baynes was traded from the Boston Celtics to the Phoenix Suns. Aron Baynes has a fan club. This is the impact the Aron Baynes Fan Club thinks Aron Baynes can have on the Phoenix Suns.

    One of the Suns' highest priorities going into the offseason was to improve the overall team defense. Over the past three years, they have had the 28th, 30th, and 29th rated defense and in turn have lost 58, 61, and 63 games.

    On July 6th, 2019 Aron Baynes was traded from the Boston Celtics to the Phoenix Suns. Aron Baynes has a fan club. This is the impact the Aron Baynes Fan Club thinks Aron Baynes can have on the Phoenix Suns.

    One of the Suns' highest priorities going into the offseason was to improve the overall team defense. Over the past three years, they have had the 28th, 30th, and 29th rated defense and in turn have lost 58, 61, and 63 games.

  • @Suns • 2d

    ESPN.com: Interim coach Jay Triano out of running for Suns' head-coaching job

    The Phoenix Suns have removed Jay Triano from consideration for its head-coaching position, sources told ESPN's Chris Haynes.

    Triano served as the team's interim head coach after Earl Watson was fired three games into the season.

    Assistant coach Ty Corbin has also been relieved of his duties.

    The Suns went 21-61 this season and have the best odds of ending up with the No. 1 overall pick (25 percent) and a 64.2 percent chance of landing a top-three pick.

    Former Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer met with the Suns about their coaching vacancy but took his name out of the running more than a week ago, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnaworski.

    The Phoenix Suns have removed Jay Triano from consideration for its head-coaching position, sources told ESPN's Chris Haynes.

    Triano served as the team's interim head coach after Earl Watson was fired three games into the season.

    Assistant coach Ty Corbin has also been relieved of his duties.

    The Suns went 21-61 this season and have the best odds of ending up with the No. 1 overall pick (25 percent) and a 64.2 percent chance of landing a top-three pick.

    Former Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer met with the Suns about their coaching vacancy but took his name out of the running more than a week ago, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnaworski.

  • @Suns • 2d
  • SHAZAM!Hall of Famer Al McCoy will return for a historic 48th season as the "Voice of the Suns"! https://t.co/GDTAw6kt01

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  • For the win! #NBABlockWeek https://t.co/uJQPdRZ1cd

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  • @Suns • 2d

    Fansided: Who might be available if the Phoenix Suns go star shopping?

    The Phoenix Suns appear to have a very good start to what could eventually become a very good team. However, it takes two to tango - and three to win an NBA championship.

    Over the last five years, multiple stars around the league have changed jerseys - some more than once.

    Even though it seems like that movement might begin to slow down, there is reason to believe that this carousel is going to keep spinning. If so, who might become available who's name could end up on the back of a Phoenix Suns jersey this coming season?

    The Phoenix Suns appear to have a very good start to what could eventually become a very good team. However, it takes two to tango - and three to win an NBA championship.

    Over the last five years, multiple stars around the league have changed jerseys - some more than once.

    Even though it seems like that movement might begin to slow down, there is reason to believe that this carousel is going to keep spinning. If so, who might become available who's name could end up on the back of a Phoenix Suns jersey this coming season?

  • @Suns • 2d

    Bright Side Of The Sun: Who's better: Phoenix Suns or Oklahoma City Thunder?

    Let's continue our season preview series for the 2019-20 Phoenix Suns!

    This series will explore how the Suns are seen by their Western Conference (possibly lottery bound) counterparts. I know Suns fans are all over the board on how the team matches up to the rest of the West -- some of you are real high on the team, and some are real low.

    So, let's see how the Suns are seen by bloggers who don't follow them, but are huge NBA fans in their own way.

    Today, we exchange thoughts with Ben Mertens of our SB Nation team site WelcometoLoudCity.

    Let's continue our season preview series for the 2019-20 Phoenix Suns!

    This series will explore how the Suns are seen by their Western Conference (possibly lottery bound) counterparts. I know Suns fans are all over the board on how the team matches up to the rest of the West -- some of you are real high on the team, and some are real low.

    So, let's see how the Suns are seen by bloggers who don't follow them, but are huge NBA fans in their own way.

    Today, we exchange thoughts with Ben Mertens of our SB Nation team site WelcometoLoudCity.

  • @Suns • 2d

    Fansided: The Phoenix Suns' 2019-20 schedule: Breaking down December

    Phoenix Suns' staff family members considering early Christmas gifts should strongly consider luggage, because they're going to need it in the month of December.

    Out of 15 total games, only five of them are in the Valley of the Suns.

    The rest are spread out all over the map including a trip out to the east coast. If the average commercial flyer followed the Suns from city to city for the entire month, they'd rack up over 11,000 frequent flier miles.

    Technically, the Phoenix Suns have six homes games in December, however one of those is actually being played in against the Spurs in Mexico City, Mexico.

    Phoenix Suns' staff family members considering early Christmas gifts should strongly consider luggage, because they're going to need it in the month of December.

    Out of 15 total games, only five of them are in the Valley of the Suns.

    The rest are spread out all over the map including a trip out to the east coast. If the average commercial flyer followed the Suns from city to city for the entire month, they'd rack up over 11,000 frequent flier miles.

    Technically, the Phoenix Suns have six homes games in December, however one of those is actually being played in against the Spurs in Mexico City, Mexico.

  • @Suns • 2d

    Official Site of the Suns: Cam Johnson & Ty Jerome Featured on 2019 NBA Rookie Survey

    Every year NBA.com sits down with the rookie class to take a survey about their fellow incoming players. The 2019 class shared their thoughts on topics such as who they think will win Rookie of the Year, who the biggest steal of the draft was and who the best defender is.

    Both of the Phoenix Suns first round picks in Cam Johnson and Ty Jerome were featured in the survey with praise coming from their draft classmates.

    The Suns wanted to put an emphasis on their three-point shooting when the offseason began and from the opinions of the incoming rookies, it seems as if they were successful in doing so during the draft.

    Every year NBA.com sits down with the rookie class to take a survey about their fellow incoming players. The 2019 class shared their thoughts on topics such as who they think will win Rookie of the Year, who the biggest steal of the draft was and who the best defender is.

    Both of the Phoenix Suns first round picks in Cam Johnson and Ty Jerome were featured in the survey with praise coming from their draft classmates.

    The Suns wanted to put an emphasis on their three-point shooting when the offseason began and from the opinions of the incoming rookies, it seems as if they were successful in doing so during the draft.

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