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The Phoenix Suns are on a 6 game losing streak and completely depleted with Devin Booker, Cam Johnson, Cam Payne, Chris Paul and possibly Deandre Ayton sidelined. Should they call in some help with a 10-day? Is Fred Van Vleet an option? Is Jame Jones asking too much for Jae Crowder? We’ll dive into all of that and more on…

The Phoenix Suns and Deandre Ayton fall to the Cleveland Cavaliers and Darius Garland 112-98. The Suns have now lost 6 games in a row and dropped to 8th (tied) in the western conference standings. The team is extremely shorthanded being without Devin Booker, Chris Paul and a few other. They did show heart and hustle in tonights game, but it wasn’t enough to secure the win. Join the PHNX Suns crew for the Suns vs. Cavs postgame show.

The Phoenix Suns and Deandre Ayton move to 20-20 on the season after falling to the Miami Heat and Jimmy Butler 104-96. The already depleted Suns who are currently without Devin Booker also saw Chris Paul leave the game in the 2nd quarter and not return due to right hip soreness. Torrey Craig and the rest of the Suns squad were able to stay in the game but still struggled offensively. Join the PHNX Suns crew for the Suns vs. Heat postgame show.

The Phoenix Suns are in the thick of it with star Devin Booker and Cam Johnson out with injury. Could a trade be coming for the Suns? NBA personalities are talking about Caris LeVert, Bojan Bogdanovic and Pascal Siakam as options. But if a trade doesn’t or can’t happen, what are some ways the team can stay afloat in the interim? Plus! We’ve got the first round of NBA All-Star voting results back, are we surprised by the results? Join the PHNX Suns crew for the conversation.

The Phoenix Suns and Chris Paul fall to the Cleveland Cavaliers 90-88. CP3 looked like the Point God again tonight, finishing with a game high 25 points on 9-17 shooting. While it was a low scoring game and shots struggled to fall at times, the Suns did not allow that to slow down their defensive effort. Unfortunately for Suns fans, the clutch time Suns just couldn’t get it done. Join the PHNX crew for the Suns at Cavs postgame show

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 current “average player salary”. Plus, do the Suns have any All-Stars? Let’s talk about it and more on todays PHNX Suns show.

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.

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