The 2022 NBA Finals begin Thursday night, and the No. 1-seeded Phoenix Suns — a juggernaut that won 64 games, steamrolled everyone else in the standings by eight games and appeared to be the title favorite by pretty much every measure — are nowhere to be found. It’s been almost three weeks since the Suns’ humbling, traumatizing, 33-point loss in…
Reconciling the highs of the Suns’ 64-win season with utter playoff failureBy Gerald Bourguet
Author Gerald Bourguet
Gerald Bourguet serves as PHNX's reporter, writing savant and podcast co-host for all things Phoenix Suns. He's been a basketball fan since the day he could say "Michael Jordan," graduated from the Walter Cronkite School at ASU in 2013 with a BA and MA in sports journalism and has been covering the NBA ever since. As a credentialed media member since 2015, Gerald dealt with his Suns-related depression through his writing...until the Bubble Suns changed everything. Now, the Artist Formerly Known as Zewio is just as excited to cover winning basketball as Suns fans are to enjoy watching it.