1. Final Regular Season Grades for Every Phoenix Suns Player

    Despite missing out on the playoffs in the Western Conference, the Phoenix Suns finished their Cinderella season with 48 wins—23 more than they won in 2012-13 and dozens more than most thought they win this year...

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  2. Suns GM: Preference Now to 'Trade for a Star'

    With 48 wins under their belts this season, the Phoenix Suns have already moved beyond the 'get as young as possible' phase of the rebuilding process. From now on, it is about acquiring top-end talent rather than stockpiling rookies...

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  3. Phoenix Suns' 48 Wins Match NBA Record for Non-Playoff Team

    The Phoenix Suns were one of the NBA 's feel-good stories of the 2013-14 campaign, improving by 23 wins under first-year coach Jeff Hornacek after finishing last season a woeful ...

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  4. Well-Traveled Ish Smith Would Like to Stick with Phoenix Suns

    SACRAMENTO – At the end of the 68th NBA season, Suns reserve point guard Ish Smith was on the cusp of doing something no player ever has...

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  5. Goodwin, Suns Finish on High Note

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A season-ending victory proved meaningless for the Phoenix Suns , who will be remembered for having one of the best records in NBA history that wasn't good enough to make the playoffs...

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  6. Suns Tie Best Record for Non-Playoff Team

    .@ Suns beat @Sacramento Kings , tie best W-L for non-playoff team since '84. BOX SCORE: http://es.pn/1nrytSx pic.twitter...

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  7. Channing Frye Would Like to Work out Extension with Phoenix Suns

    No team, it seems, wound up commanding more charmed respect and adoration than the Phoenix Suns , the sweet basketball babies who stubbornly refused to adhere the tea leaves of tank...

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  8. Phoenix Suns' Season Only the Beginning of Extremely Bright Future

    It's fitting that in a year the Phoenix Suns dazzled with a win column higher than anyone could have imagined, it took a loss to put everything in its proper prospective...

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  9. Ric Bucher's NBA Buzz: Suns' Head Coach Jeff Hornacek Impresses in First Year

    Jeff Hornacek 's Phoenix Suns have been the surprise team of the 2013-14 NBA season. What is it about the rookie head coach that has made him so successful in his first year? ...

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  10. In Season of Surprises, Suns' Frye Might Be Biggest

    The Suns were a massive underdog to accomplish what they did this season, more than doubling victory expectations. .....

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  11. Suns Reunite 8-Year-Old with Father

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  12. 5 Biggest Needs for Phoenix Suns During 2014 Offseason

    The Phoenix Suns were one of the most surprising teams of the 2013-14 season. While most had the Suns pegged as tankers and devoid of depth, the Suns ended up being the exact opposite, battling for a playoff spot right until the end...

    D.J. Foster Written by D.J. Foster about 5 days ago 12,005 reads 91 comments

  13. What's Next for Phoenix Suns After Missing 2014 Playoffs?

    The Phoenix Suns ' expectation-defying campaign won't end with a playoff berth, but nobody associated with the upstart club will be disappointed for long. That's because these Suns are just getting started...

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  14. Downer for Suns Seems Temporary

    PHOENIX -- A severe level of disappointment was not supposed to attach itself to the 81st game of the Suns ' season...

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  15. Why We'll Miss the Phoenix Suns in the 2014 NBA Playoffs

    Put an NBA fanatic six months removed from technology of any kind in US Airways Center for Monday’s must-see matchup between the Memphis Grizzlies and Phoenix Suns , and the conclusion would’ ve been swift and certain...

    Jim  Cavan Written by Jim Cavan about 6 days ago 12,539 reads 36 comments

  16. Memphis Grizzlies Defeat Phoenix Suns to Clinch Playoff Berth

    With everything on the line for the Phoenix Suns , they gave it their all and provided everybody watching this game with a fantastic effort and show. But the Memphis Grizzlies were simply too much for them, like they've been all season long...

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  17. Suns Lose Last Must-Win Chance, 97-91, to Memphis Grizzlies

    The Cinderella season is over. After pulling into 7th in the West just five days ago, the Suns lost three straight huge games and find themselves on the outside looking in at the playoffs...

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  18. Goran Dragic Plays on Ankle at 35-40 Percent Strength

    DALLAS – There have been times when Goran Dragic showed toughness by carrying the team with Eric Bledsoe out and taking the battering of a sole playmaker while having multiple career-best games...

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  19. Recap: Dallas Mavericks Rally to Take Down Phoenix Suns, 101-98

    That 4th quarter. It hurt to watch. Back and forth, back and forth. For the first 8 minutes it was a tennis match with both teams exchanging buckets and staying within a point or 2 of each other...

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  20. Markieff Morris: 'I Think I Deserve' the Sixth Man of the Year Award

    Markieff Morris has a fairly compelling argument for his Sixth Man of the Year candidacy. The Phoenix Suns are much better than any of us thought they'd be, and Morris has had a lot to do with it...

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  21. Markieff Morris Says He 'deserves' Sixth Man of the Year Award

    We broke down the race for the Sixth Man of the Year award a couple of weeks back, and Markieff Morris of the Phoenix Suns definitely received consideration...

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  22. Suns Lose Big Lead, Fall to Spurs

    The Phoenix Suns started Friday's game against the San Antonio Spurs like a team that knew its playoff chances hinged on its final four games...

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  23. Green's Ridiculous Double-Pump Dunk

    Suns forward Gerald Green contorts his body in mid-air to convert the nasty two-handed slam against the Spurs ...

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  24. Suns Drop to 9th in West; Mavs 7th, Grizzlies 8th

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  25. Dragic out Friday vs. Spurs with Ankle Injury

    Late to the tweet button, but Goran Dragic (ankle) indeed out for Phoenix tonight. Hornacek hopes to have him tomorrow in Dallas ...

    Alex Tam Written by Alex Tam about 9 days ago 14 reads 0 comments