So who’s actually calling the shots for the Phoenix Suns? Turns out there may be a reason James Jones and the front office have not made a trade yet this season. According to Brian Windhorst of ESPN, “Robert Sarver still has to give the Suns personal sign-off on any deal for a player with a salary that is more than…
The Phoenix Suns and Deandre Ayton fall to the New York Knicks and Julius Randle 102-83. Despite getting Cam Payne and Landry Shamet back from injury, the Suns couldn’t buy a bucket in this one. The Suns started out with defensive intensity but lost steam throughout the game. This game was a tough watch for Suns fans, (when will Devin Booker be back again?!) but we’ve got the safe space for venting. Join the PHNX crew for the Suns at Knicks postgame show.
The Phoenix Suns and Chris Paul fall to the Toronto Raptors and Gary Trent Jr. 113-104. The culprit for the Suns was turnovers. They committed a season high 27 turnovers resulting in 34 points of turnovers. Despite those turnovers the Suns were able to keep this one close until the end thanks to Chris Paul’s performance. the Suns just needed more from Deandre Ayton. Join the PHNX Suns crew for the Suns at Raptors postgame show.
The Phoenix Suns and Deandre Ayton fall to the Washington Wizards and Kyle Kuzma 127-102. The Suns, who were without Devin Booker, came back and got it within 1 after being down 19, but they were unable to get over the hump. Points in the paint were a huge key for the Wizards and the Suns just didn’t have the answer. Join the PHNX Suns crew for the Suns at Wizards postgame show.
The Phoenix Suns and Duane Washington Jr. defeat the Memphis Grizzlies and Ja Morant 125-108. Despite the Suns being shorthanded, missing Devin Booker, Cam Payne and a few others the team was able to get it done on the road. DWash had a career high 26 points, Torrey Craig brought the energy and Josh Okogie helped lead the way for the Suns. Join the PHNX Suns crew for the Suns at Grizzlies postgame show.
The Phoenix Suns and Deandre Ayton fall to the Denver Nuggets and Nikola Jokic 125-128 in overtime. The Suns were without Devin Booker for majority of this game, who left the court after just a few minutes into the first quarter due to the groin injury he’s been dealing with and did not return. Despite the Suns getting down early to the Nuggets in this one, they responded with a 19-2 run to get themselves back into it. The Suns were lead but solid bench play and Landry Shamet’s offensive production. But in extra minutes the Suns were not able to get it done. Coal for everyone on Christmas. Join the PHNX Suns crew for the Suns at Nuggets postgame…
The Phoenix Suns and Chris Paul fall to the Houston Rockets and Jalen Green 111-97. That makes it 5 straight losses for the Suns who were without Devin Booker for the second straight game. The Suns also lost Deandre Ayton and Cam Payne to injury midway through the game, but despite the injuries the hustle and energy still wasn’t there. Do this team just need a break? Is there more of a problem? Let’s talk about it…Join the PHNX Crew for the Suns at Rockets postgame show.
The Phoenix Suns and Deandre Ayton fell to the New Orleans Pelicans and Zion Williamson 129-124 in overtime. Despite the loss and being without Devin Booker, the Suns played much better in today’s game. Mikal Bridges finished with 27 points and 5 rebounds. But it wasn’t enough to outlast the Pels and CJ McCollum. Join the PHNX crew for the Suns at Pelicans postgame show.
The Phoenix Suns and Devin Booker fall tp the New Orleans Pelicans and Zion Williamson 128-117. That’s three straight losses for the Suns who are struggling to find energy and rhythm. Devin Booker continues to struggle shooting and theres talk of injury concern with him after this one. It was Chris Pauls second game back from injury and he looked more like himself finishing with 24 points 7 assists and 8 rebounds and Deandre Ayton contributed 25 points and 13 rebounds but it wasn’t enough to outlast the Pels. Join the PHNX crew for the Suns at Pelicans postgame show.