The Phoenix Suns’ recent statement regarding Robert Sarver’s transgressions does not square with the organization’s actions.
The original group that launched the AAF did everything they could to help the league survive, but it didn’t even last a full season. In this series finale, we’ll take a look into what wrong, the way it was all handled when the league shut its doors, and the lasting memories it left behind.
To have one voice capture generations of moments within one franchise is incredibly special… the Valley has its very own broadcast legend in Al McCoy who just wrapped up his 50th season calling games for the Suns. While he’s yet to retire, it’s worth reflecting on what suns fans have here in the Valley, the ability to have witnessed the making of a legend.
A franchise-record 64-win regular season. Devin Booker, All-NBA First Team and fourth-place MVP finish. Mikal Bridges, NBA All-Defensive Team first team. Monty Williams, NBA Coach of the Year. Chris Paul, All-NBA third team. Cam Johnson, third in sixth-man-of-the-year voting. Best record in the NBA. Odds-on favorite to win the title entering the playoffs. On paper, it looked spectacular; an historically great regular season. All of the attention and accolades that the organization and its fans clamored for the previous year during their magical run to the NBA Finals came to fruition. This was the best chance for a championship in franchise history. Despite all of the hype, hope and historical achievement, the Suns weren’t even good enough to win the…
The drama heats up between the Coyotes and the city of Glendale, eventually ending in a breakup, and both parties say they’re better for it. It’s the end of an era, and opportunity for brighter futures for everyone involved.
The fall out from a dismal end to the Phoenix Suns season continues with reports of Deandre Ayton not feeling valued by the franchise. With the center heading towards restricted free agency, is a divorce inevitable? Plus, it’s NBA Trade Machine Tuesday where we talk about potential deals.
In a profile-defining moment for the franchise, the Phoenix Suns told us all that we know to know about them, and the picture isn’t pretty.
Luka Doncic’s 27 points in the first half matched the Phoenix Suns’ 27 points in the first half as Devin Booker and Chris Paul disappeared in embarrassing game 7 loss to the Dallas Mavericks. Join Espo and Saul for a therapy session.
Devin Booker was hot dropping 28 points and pushing the Phoenix Suns to a 50-18 run in the second half closing out Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks. Join Espo and Saul for postgame reactions!
The Phoenix Suns beat the Los Angeles Lakers by 29 points last night. Is there a new King in the West? Espo and Saul share their thoughts on last night’s win, Devin Booker’s postgame comments, and more! 0:00-2:00 Intro 2:00-5:55 Last night’s game run down. Lakers are frauds. 5:55-8:40 Lakers players set each other up for failure. 8:40-13:54 Has the rivalry shifted? 13:54-22:24 something, nothing, or everything, bookers comments on AD pregame comments 22:24-24:48 Will Dario be ready for play off’s? 24:48-27:37 DA more efficient these days 27:37-31:50 Would a Danish player get time on the court? 31:50-34:09 Final thoughts