5:16 PM EDT, Thu July 19, 2018
Valley of the Suns 2 hours ago
Phoenix Suns: Taking a peak at the top ten 2019 free agents

Phoenix Suns: Taking a peak at the top ten 2019 free agents

This summer was disappointing for many Phoenix Suns fans, but in 2019 the Suns could bring in a star. These are some players to keep an eye on. The Suns signing of Trevor Ariza certainly won’t make anyone’s list of top free agency signings. But this could be the last summer the team will have […] Phoenix Suns: Taking a peak at the top ten 2019 free agents - Valley of the Suns - Valley of the Suns - A Phoenix Suns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Valley of the Suns 21 hours ago

Kawhi to the east makes the Suns’ playoffs chances slightly easier

Don’t worry, I’m not saying that the Phoenix Suns are in any way a shoe-in for the playoffs, but the Kawhi Leonard to Toronto trade might help Phoenix’s chances to sneak in slightly. As you are no doubt aware, the Phoenix Suns have not made the playoffs since 2010 when they lost to the Los […] Kawhi...

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Valley of the Suns 2 hours ago

Phoenix Suns summer review: DeAndre Ayton

Deandre Ayton had major expectations entering Phoenix Suns Summer League, and he didn’t disappoint. There are very few situations in sports with more pressure than being the number one pick in a draft. For Deandre Ayton, those expectations so far haven’t seemed to phase him one bit. Without putting too much stock into summer league, […] Phoenix Suns summer review: DeAndre Ayton - Valley of the Suns - Valley of the Suns - A Phoenix Suns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Valley of the Suns 22 hours ago

Valley of the Suns Live! fans, you missed out!

If you missed this week’s Valley of the Suns Live!, don’t worry, we’ve got your full replay here! Check out what we discussed about the Phoenix Suns’ Summer League, and more! In case you are new to Valley of the Suns Live!, it streams weekly on Monday evenings at 6pm AZ on Twitter, Periscope, and […] Valley of the Suns Live! fans, you missed out! - Valley of the Suns - Valley of the Suns - A Phoenix Suns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Bright Side Of The Sun 23 hours ago
How the Suns’ Deandre Ayton fared against other top draft picks in Summer League

How the Suns’ Deandre Ayton fared against other top draft picks in Summer League

None of the top 6 picks in the NBA Draft made first-team All-NBA Summer League team. As you read by now, the Suns top overall draft pick Deandre Ayton was just named to the SECOND team of the All-NBA Summer League teams, as picked by journos still around Vegas this past weekend. Ayton, 7’1”, 260 pounds and still barely 20 years old, was widely panned in Summer League for not showing any “transcendence” beyond his obvious physical advantages while lesser talents were lavished with praise for exceeding their expectations. Such is life. Some players get a larger role in their team’s...
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'I still got it': Amar'e Stoudemire gears up for return to NBA while playing in BIG3

'I still got it': Amar'e Stoudemire gears up for return to NBA while playing in BIG3

Former Suns star Amare Stoudemire isnt giving up on his dream to return to the NBA.         
Valley of the Suns Jul 18, 2018

Phoenix Suns: Interest in Kawhi Leonard is exciting

Before Kawhi Leonard was traded to the Raptors, it was reported that the Phoenix Suns had shown some interest. That’s an exciting sign moving forward. Everyone knew Kawhi Leonard wasn’t going to the Suns. For many reasons, it wouldn’t make sense for either side. Leonard likely wants to be for a winning team, which, for […] Phoenix Suns: Interest in Kawhi Leonard is exciting - Valley of the Suns - Valley of the Suns - A Phoenix Suns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Bright Side Of The Sun Jul 18, 2018
Will the Real Summer Suns MVP Please Stand Up?

Will the Real Summer Suns MVP Please Stand Up?

In the latest #BSoftheSuns Espo gives you his pick for Summer League MVP and you’ll never guess who it is With the NBA Summer League wrapping up, an MVP will be named. It’s likely to be someone you’ve heard of. A top pick or a name you recognize from college basketball will take home the hardware. But for each of the 30 teams that participated, the true MVP is someone that’s never made a basket, grabbed a rebound or been featured in national television. In fact, they’ve never even touched the ball during the game. That’s because the most valuable person for each team in Las...
Bright Side Of The Sun Jul 17, 2018
Deandre Ayton: The No. 1 Pick & His Role

Deandre Ayton: The No. 1 Pick & His Role

Ayton got important Pick & Roll reps in Vegas, and his impact goes far beyond what the box score will tell you. Perhaps no single player arrived in Las Vegas with more anticipation than Deandre Ayton. Although media and fans alike wondered how much Ayton might dominate against his competition, the Suns brass may have been more curious to see how he would play as an NBA center in a style very different than that to which he had become accustomed to. As new head coach Igor Kokoskov notes in the below clip, the pick & roll is one of the most powerful parts of NBA basketball, and Ayton simply...
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Phoenix Suns mailbag: Who's the point guard? Who's the backup center? How will they do?

Phoenix Suns mailbag: Who's the point guard? Who's the backup center? How will they do?

Scoot Bordow examines the Phoenix Suns upcoming season on Twitter         
Bright Side Of The Sun Jul 17, 2018
Woj: Suns one of teams mentioned putting out feelers to Spurs on Kawhi Leonard

Woj: Suns one of teams mentioned putting out feelers to Spurs on Kawhi Leonard

After the Paul George saga in Oklahoma City turned into a victory for the Thunder, is Phoenix willing to roll the dice on Kawhi? After many wrote off the Oklahoma City Thunder’s chances of keeping Paul George around once they moved Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis, they won once July 1 hit when he signed his 4-year deal to stay there. Many teams could be feeling the itch of trying out the year-long recruiting pitch to the newest disgruntled superstar: Kawhi Leonard. Following the constant drama between Leonard’s camp and San Antonio has been dizzying at times, but we all know for...
Valley of the Suns Jul 17, 2018

Phoenix Suns summer review: Mikal Bridges

Mikal Bridges entered the Summer League with all eyes his way. He showed that the Phoenix Suns are getting exactly the type of player they expected. After a surprising draft night trade that saw the Suns acquire the draft rights to Mikal Bridges for the 16th pick and Miami’s 2021 unprotected first, Bridges needed to […] Phoenix Suns summer review: Mikal Bridges - Valley of the Suns - Valley of the Suns - A Phoenix Suns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Valley of the Suns Jul 17, 2018

Examining each case in Bender vs. Chriss

The Phoenix Suns need to choose between Dragan Bender and Marquese Chriss for the backup power forward spot. Let’s examine the case for playing each. As things stand, the Suns are congested at the four spot. Trevor Ariza and Josh Jackson are likely starters on the wings. Mikal Bridges will get plenty of minutes off […] Examining each case in Bender vs. Chriss - Valley of the Suns - Valley of the Suns - A Phoenix Suns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Hoops Habit Jul 17, 2018

Phoenix Suns: 5 takeaways from 2018 NBA Summer League

The Phoenix Suns’ time in 2018 NBA Summer League was brief, but with so key players on the court, here’s a look at what the core youngsters showed. Despite starting the 2018 NBA Summer League with a perfect 3-0 record, the Phoenix Suns denied their fanbase a more extensive look at a young team, dropping their […] Phoenix Suns: 5 takeaways from 2018 NBA Summer League - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats
Bright Side Of The Sun Jul 17, 2018
Guaranteed or not, Shaquille Harrison and Davon Reed can hold their heads high

Guaranteed or not, Shaquille Harrison and Davon Reed can hold their heads high

Both players used Summer League to bolster their case for a guaranteed contract Summer League ended for the Phoenix Suns on Jul. 13 with a 90-55 victory over the San Antonio Spurs in the consolation bracket following a tough loss to the No. 30-seed Philadelphia 76ers the day before. Phoenix finished summer play with a 4-1 record. The conclusion of the Vegas Summer League means no more limelight basketball until September, allowing players two-plus months to return to the virtual anonymity of their preferred haunts for summer hoops. Or to laze around in a hammock sipping umbrella drinks....
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Shot Clock: Takeaways from Summer League and Phoenix Suns

Rick Morin and Scott Bordow discuss the Suns and the NBA Summer League.         

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