Greg "Espo" Esposito has been many things but conventional has never been one of them. He's our VP of Content and the host of the PHNX Suns Show. Prior to joining the team he worked for Arizona Sports, SB Nation and the Phoenix Suns as a writer and postgame radio host. He's a proud husband and #GirlDad.

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

Devin Booker MVP

“Everything you want is on the other side of hard.” We’ve heard Phoenix Suns coach Monty Williams say that line more than his fair share since arriving in the Valley. The sentiment is not just a saying for Devin Booker, it’s been his way of life as a member of the Suns since his early days on the roster in 2015. As much as things have changed since then, he’s about to live it firsthand, again, thanks to the injury to his backcourt mate Chris Paul. Suns guard Devin Booker, on Chris Paul missing at least the next 6-8 weeks with a broken thumb: “I look at the beauty of it. He gets to rest his legs. He gets to…

Phoenix Suns point guard Chris Paul is out 6-8 weeks after suffering a right thumb avulsion fracture. What does it mean for the team and how will they bounce back from the news? Saul and Espo break it all down in this emergepod.

The NBA’s version of a swap meet is officially open for business, and teams looking to solidify their championship chances or brighten their futures are in the market to find a deal. You’ve got teams like the Kings of Sacramento at the far end claiming they don’t want to part with their wares while really just waiting for the right offer. On the far end of the aisle, teams like the Brooklyn Nets, Golden State Warriors, Milwaukee Bucks and, yes, your Phoenix Suns are looking to make the right move to solidify their claim to the Larry O’Brien trophy. In a vacuum, the decision seems simple. The Phoenix Suns ARE THE BEST TEAM IN THE NBA, and as such, they…

Devin Booker came out in full Armani Mode as he dropped 48 points on the San Antonio Spurs in a 121-107 road victory. Bismack Biyombo came up big in Deandre Ayton’s absence as he added in 17 points and 14 rebounds of his own as Phoenix remains the best team in the NBA. Join Gerald Bourguet and Espo as they break it all down.

COVID-19 is like Thanos for the Suns, it’s inevitable. But how much has it impacted the team so far without Deandre Ayton, Jae Crowder and Monty Williams and what has it taught us about the Suns? Plus, DA gets the bag … but it’s from PUMA.