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ClutchPoints Nov 14, 2018
Rockets guard Brandon Knight takes next step in return from knee surgery

Rockets guard Brandon Knight takes next step in return from knee surgery

Houston Rockets point guard Brandon Knight appears to have taken the next step in his recovery from knee surgery. Brandon Knight was traded from the Phoenix Suns to the Houston Rockets in a deal for forward Ryan Anderson. The scoring guard missed the entire 2017-18 season with an ACL injury and had a minor cleanup on his […] The post Rockets guard Brandon Knight takes next step in return from knee surgery appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Bright Side Of The Sun Nov 12, 2018
Solar Panel: 99 pods of Suns on the wall and we’re still talking effort and rotations

Solar Panel: 99 pods of Suns on the wall and we’re still talking effort and rotations

Looking back on it, episode 99 of the Solar Panel is basically covering the same team as episode 1 Welcome back to the Solar Panel! Greg, Dave and Tim go through all the latest on the Phoenix Suns, including The corner three — can the Suns’ awfulness continue in that area? Should James Jones be fired over “doing a solid” for LeBron James with Tyson Chandler? Can effort be coached? a heated debate over Igor Kokoskov’s rotations Is the current iteration of Deandre Ayton a positive, or a negative? and finally, should Dragan Bender be getting Ryan Anderson’s minutes? Listen...
ClutchPoints Nov 10, 2018
Suns recall De’Anthony Melton from NBA G League

Suns recall De’Anthony Melton from NBA G League

The Phoenix Suns are recalling rookie point guard, De’Anthony Melton from their G-League affiliate, the Northern Arizona Suns per NBA.com. Melton, a second-round pick, came to the Suns with Ryan Anderson by way of a trade that sent Marquese Chriss and Brandon Knight to the Houston Rockets. Melton is a promising young player with the […] The post Suns recall De’Anthony Melton from NBA G League appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Open Thread: Phoenix Suns (2-7) vs. Brooklyn Nets (4-6)

Open Thread: Phoenix Suns (2-7) vs. Brooklyn Nets (4-6)

A must-win game in November? That’s where the Suns are at with an even tougher stretch ahead. After an exciting come from behind win on Sunday versus Memphis, the Suns are back in action against Brooklyn. Jarrett Allen and D’Angelo Russell versus Deandre Ayton and Devin Booker is going to be a fun one. Probable starters: Suns - Isaiah Canaan, Devin Booker, Trevor Ariza, Ryan Anderson, Deandre Ayton Nets - D’Angelo Russell, Caris LeVert, Joe Harris, Jared Dudley, Jarrett Allen Chime in throughout the game in the comments section below!
ClutchPoints Nov 3, 2018
De’Anthony Melton has been sent on assignment

De’Anthony Melton has been sent on assignment

The Phoenix Suns are assigning rookie second-round pick De’Anthony Melton to their G-League affiliate, the Northern Arizona Suns per official release on NBA.com. This is typical roster shuffling as teams prepare their G League rosters for the season. Melton was dealt to the Suns from the Houston Rockets in the deal that also saw Ryan Anderson head […] The post De’Anthony Melton has been sent on assignment appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Bright Side Of The Sun Oct 31, 2018
Open Thread: Phoenix Suns (1-5) vs. San Antonio Spurs (4-2)

Open Thread: Phoenix Suns (1-5) vs. San Antonio Spurs (4-2)

Will the Suns’ slide continue, or will they notch their second victory? Probable starters: Suns - Elie Okobo, Mikal Bridges, Trevor Ariza, Ryan Anderson, Deandre Ayton Spurs - Bryn Forbes, DeMar DeRozan, Dante Cunningham, Rudy Gay, LaMarcus Aldridge Following the Suns’ season opener, all has gone wrong since. Will that trend continue against Gregg Popovich’s Spurs, or will Igor Kokoskov’s ‘Blender’ lead to easy, effective looks for Ayton and others? Personally, I think the Suns will need impressive performances out of their three top draft picks: Ayton, Bridges and Okobo. If...
Valley of the Suns Oct 31, 2018

Houston Rockets struggles help the Phoenix Suns

The Houston Rockets poor start helps the Phoenix Suns by increasing the values of Ryan Anderson and Trevor Ariza around the league. The Phoenix Suns made some major moves this summer. They drafted Deandre Ayton first overall, and they moved back into the top ten to get Mikal Bridges. Then they signed Trevor Ariza and […] Houston Rockets struggles help the Phoenix Suns - Valley of the Suns - Valley of the Suns - A Phoenix Suns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Bright Side Of The Sun Oct 31, 2018
Preview: Surging Spurs square off against sliding Suns

Preview: Surging Spurs square off against sliding Suns

Over the past week, San Antonio and Phoenix have gone in different directions. Will that trend continue? What: Phoenix Suns host the San Antonio Spurs When: 7:30 PM PT Where: Talking Stick Resort Arena Watch: ESPN Listen: 98.7 FM Probable starters: Spurs - Bryn Forbes, DeMar DeRozan, Dante Cunningham, Rudy Gay, LaMarcus Aldridge Suns - Elie Okobo, Josh Jackson, Trevor Ariza, Ryan Anderson, Deandre Ayton Injury report - Devin Booker (hamstring - out), Josh Jackson (toe - probable), Isaiah Canaan (ankle - out); Dejounte Murray (knee - out), Derrick White (knee - out), Lonnie Walker IV (knee...
rssfeeds.azcentral.com Oct 29, 2018

Phoenix Suns veteran Ryan Anderson does more in second of back-to-back road games

Phoenix Suns forward Ryan Anderson talks about Sundays 117-110 loss at Oklahoma City.         
Valley of the Suns Oct 25, 2018

Phoenix Suns: Melton and Okobo should be playing

The Phoenix Suns have two talented young point guards on the roster, but for some reason they insist on playing an older, worse player. The Phoenix Suns made waves (small waves, but still waves) this offseason when they acquired De’Anthony Melton and Ryan Anderson from the Houston Rockets for Brandon Knight and Marquese Chriss. There […] Phoenix Suns: Melton and Okobo should be playing - Valley of the Suns - Valley of the Suns - A Phoenix Suns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Bright Side Of The Sun Oct 23, 2018
Locked On Suns Tuesday: Standouts and disappointments through three games

Locked On Suns Tuesday: Standouts and disappointments through three games

Who has exceeded and failed on expectations for the Suns over the first week of the season? On today’s episode, we break down the Suns’ 1-2 start by highlighting the team’s most and least valuable players so far this season. T.J. Warren has been far and away the most impressive Sun over three games, but who else has stood out? And on the other side, it’s been tough not to be disappointed in Ryan Anderson’s start to the year, but there has been plenty of bad to go around. Subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or listen down below! Follow on Twitter:...
Valley of the Suns Oct 23, 2018

Ryan Anderson has been surprisingly ineffective for the Phoenix Suns

Nobody believed that Ryan Anderson was coming to the Phoenix Suns to be a savior, but no one thought he was going to be this ineffective after three games either. The Phoenix Suns do not have a long-term answer at power forward, but they do have Ryan Anderson, who has played that position for many years – […] Ryan Anderson has been surprisingly ineffective for the Phoenix Suns - Valley of the Suns - Valley of the Suns - A Phoenix Suns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Bright Side Of The Sun Oct 21, 2018
What the power forward rotation tells us about the Suns’ progress

What the power forward rotation tells us about the Suns’ progress

It’s no longer Bender vs. Chriss, but a deep group of talented young guys flourishing under the new coaching staff. With four new starters and only five holdovers on the roster from the end of last season, one of the biggest things to watch for the Suns through two games -- and for the next several weeks -- is how minutes are awarded and which guys seize the opportunity. But with veteran stalwart Ryan Anderson, a career 38 percent shooter from deep who started 50 games for the 65-win Houston Rockets last season, coming in and 2016 No. 4 overall pick Dragan Bender seemingly in line behind...
Bright Side Of The Sun Oct 20, 2018
Open Thread: Phoenix Suns (1-0) vs. Denver Nuggets (1-0)

Open Thread: Phoenix Suns (1-0) vs. Denver Nuggets (1-0)

Will the Suns start 2-0 for the first time in four years? After possibly the best game to go down in Talking Stick Resort Arena in years, the Suns are back in action on the road against a very formidable opponent. Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets will be hosting Phoenix, and it’s a matchup filled with intriguing storylines. Check out today’s game preview for more thoughts on this Western Conference tilt. Probable starters: Suns - Isaiah Canaan, Devin Booker, Trevor Ariza, Ryan Anderson, Deandre Ayton Nuggets - Jamal Murray, Gary Harris, Will Barton, Paul Millsap, Nikola Jokic
rssfeeds.azcentral.com Oct 18, 2018
Phoenix Suns react to Devin Booker's 35-point game

Phoenix Suns react to Devin Booker's 35-point game

Phoenix Suns coach Igor Kokoskov and players Trevor Ariza, Ryan Anderson and Deandre Ayton react to Devin Bookers 35-point performance in opener.         

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