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Valley of the Suns Sep 17, 2019

Translating Aron Baynes’ World Cup performance to the Phoenix Suns’ upcoming season

There’s only so much one can glean from a handful of games against mediocre competition, but Aron Baynes played extremely well for Australia in their fourth place showing at the FIBA World Cup. Can he keep up this momentum as a member of the Phoenix Suns this season? Here is the answer to a random […] Translating Aron Baynes’ World Cup performance to the Phoenix Suns’ upcoming season - Valley of the Suns - Valley of the Suns - A Phoenix Suns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
ClutchPoints Sep 15, 2019
Aron Baynes suffers strained groin at FIBA World Cup

Aron Baynes suffers strained groin at FIBA World Cup

Phoenix Suns and Australian national team center Aron Baynes suffered a strained groin at the FIBA World Cup, according to ESPN NBA Insider Brian Windhorst: Of note for Phoenix Suns fans: 1. Ricky Rubio won World Cup MVP after a 20-point title game for Spain and is enjoying the greatest moment of his career at […] The post Aron Baynes suffers strained groin at FIBA World Cup appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Valley of the Suns Sep 14, 2019

Phoenix Suns newcomers clash at the FIBA World Cup

Before they become teammates this season, two of the newest additions to the Phoenix Suns competed in the FIBA World Cup semi-finals. In the end, Spain bested Australia, giving Ricky Rubio bragging rights over Aron Baynes. While you were sleeping, Phoenix Suns newcomers Ricky Rubio and Aron Baynes battled it out in the FIBA World […] Phoenix Suns newcomers clash at the FIBA World Cup - Valley of the Suns - Valley of the Suns - A Phoenix Suns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Bright Side Of The Sun Sep 13, 2019
The Madhouse - Week of 9/13

The Madhouse - Week of 9/13

Photo by Alex Goodlett/ Rubio, Saric, Oubre, Marbury, Booker, unions, the return of video stores, and Danny Ainge sucks. Happy Friday. Cheat on your diet this weekend. Suns Stuff In this week’s Center of the Sun Rod touched on the performances of Ricky Rubio and Aron Baynes at the FIBA World Cup. What we are seeing is very promising. I don’t blame Devin Booker one bit for not playing with the Americans at the tournament, but at the same time I’m going to heap a ton of praise on Rubio and Baynes for doing just that. I mean playing doesn’t hurt, unless it hurts, and these guys...
Bright Side Of The Sun Sep 12, 2019
FIBA World Cup Buyer’s Market, Phoenix Suns edition

FIBA World Cup Buyer’s Market, Phoenix Suns edition

Photo by Yifan Ding/ Whose stock is up and whose stock is down heading into the final days of the FIBA World Cup in China? The FIBA World Cup is down to the Final Four. As a whole, the tournament has been a spectacle, showcasing basketball talents across the globe. Yes, there can only be one gold medal winner, but that doesn’t mean other players won’t be leaving the tournament as winners as well. With that, let’s take a look at whose stock we are buying after the most recent set of FIBA Games. Buy: Aron Baynes Aron Baynes has been nothing short of dominant in the FIBA World Cup....
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Ricky Rubio, Aron Baynes could bring winning play, mentality from World Cup to Suns

Ricky Rubio, Aron Baynes could bring winning play, mentality from World Cup to Suns

Ricky Rubio and Aron Baynes have played key roles in Spain and Australia reaching the FIBA World Cup semifinals.        
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Phoenix Suns: Backup center Aron Baynes sizzling from 3 for Australia in FIBA World Cup

Phoenix Suns: Backup center Aron Baynes sizzling from 3 for Australia in FIBA World Cup

Rugged center Aron Baynes has shown in the 2019 FIBA World Cup the ability to knock down the 3. Will that carry over with the Suns this season?        
Center of the Sun: Rubio and Baynes are playing well in China and hopefully they will continue to do so with Suns

Center of the Sun: Rubio and Baynes are playing well in China and hopefully they will continue to do so with Suns

As the FIBA World Cup games near their end, the beginning of training camp looms closer. Welcome to the weekly news roundup of your Phoenix Suns. Although the FIBA World Cup hasn’t generated a lot of interest in Team USA in Suns fans this season (that would have changed drastically if Devin Booker had not asked to not be invite though), two of the newest additions to the Suns are playing in it for their home countries. Both Ricky Rubio (Spain) and Aron Baynes (Australia) are playing well and contributing to wins. Let that last bit sink in for a moment... contributing to wins. That’s...
Phoenix Suns: Ricky Rubio, Aron Baynes start fast in FIBA World Cup

Phoenix Suns: Ricky Rubio, Aron Baynes start fast in FIBA World Cup

Phoenix Suns point guard Ricky Rubio and center Aron Baynes played key roles in Spain and Australia, respectively, having strong starts in FIBA World Cup.        

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    Devin Booker

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    Ricky Rubio

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    Kelly Oubre Jr.

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    Ty Jerome

    Profiling the other Phoenix Suns rookie

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    Jalen Lecque

    Profiling the other Phoenix Suns rookie

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    Cameron Johnson

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  • Deandre Ayton

    The Phoenix Suns should not play Deandre Ayton at Power Forward

  • Mikal Bridges

    Suns have difficult decision with Dario Saric, but easy calls on other rookie deals

  • Aron Baynes

    Translating Aron Baynes’ World Cup performance to the Phoenix Suns’ upcoming season

  • Dario Saric

    Suns have difficult decision with Dario Saric, but easy calls on other rookie deals