Phoenix Suns Front Office

Suns Exercise 17-18 Options On Devin Booker, T.J. Warren
Devin Booker ranked fifth in the NBA in scoring this preseason, averaging 19.6 points in five appearances.
Suns Release Archie Goodwin
Archie Goodwin has been a promising prospect since entering the NBA in 2013 after one season at Kentucky.
Dunc'd On: JR Re-Signs, Bucks/Bulls Trade, Phoenix Suns Outlook w/ Michael Schwartz
Dunc'd On looks at continued CBA news, the effects of preseason injuries, the Bulls/Bucks trade of Tony Snell for Michael Carter-Williams, and finally J.R. Smith's new deal in Cleveland. Plus Phoenix Suns season outlook.
Suns Waive Gracin Bakumanya, Derek Cooke Jr., Shaquille Harrison
The three players did not appear in any of the Suns' first three preseason games.
Suns Not Currently Interested In Trading Eric Bledsoe
The Suns may eventually have to choose between Eric Bledsoe and Brandon Knight to be their long-term answer at point guard beside Devin Booker.
Suns To Use Brandon Knight As 6th Man
The Suns will bring Brandon Knight off the bench as their sixth man this season with Eric Bledsoe and Devin Booker starting at the guard positions.
Suns Sign Gracin Bakumanya, Derek Cooke Jr., Shaquille Harrison, Derrick Jones Jr.
The Suns have signed center Gracin Bakumanya, forward Derek Cooke Jr., guard Shaquille Harrison and forward Derrick Jones Jr., bringing the club's roster to 19 players.
P.J. Tucker Undergoes Back Surgery, Out 6-8 Weeks
P.J. Tucker averaged 8.0 points, 6.2 rebounds, a career-high 2.2 assists and 1.3 steals in 15-16.
Mehmet Okur Hired By Suns As Player Development Coach
In Mehmet Okur's final season with the Jazz, he was a teammate of Earl Watson and they played for current Suns assistant coach Tyrone Corbin.
Suns Hire Jason Hervey As Advance Scout
Jason Hervey joins the Suns after spending the past two seasons as an NBA and college personnel scout with the Wolves.

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Suns Analysis

Five Question Season Preview: Pacific Division

by Brett Koremenos

Bringing out the best in Julius Randle, Marquese Chriss' dark horse ROY case, Golden State's young depth, Sacramento's improved ball movement and the Clippers' giant hole at small forward.

Thirty Futures: Phoenix Suns

by Colin McGowan

It's rare for two players to inform each other in the way Marcus Camby and Tyson Chandler have, playing so similarly, slightly below the radar, following only slightly divergent paths. They're peculiar to this era. After Chandler is gone, he'll have no heir.

Can The Suns Leapfrog Minnesota And Utah In The Race For 'Next Up?'

by Jonny Auping

Unlike the foundational pieces of the Wolves and Jazz, Devin Booker and Dragan Bender just have to knock down shots and develop in other areas at a reasonable pace. The talent surrounding them allows Phoenix to be relatively competitive if they manage to do that.

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Phoenix Suns Schedule

Oct. 5 at 10:00 PM
L, 99-104
Oct. 7 at 10:00 PM
L, 115-110
Oct. 12 at 9:00 PM
W, 110-111
Oct. 14 at 10:00 PM
W, 112-107
Oct. 21 at 10:00 PM
L.A. Lakers
W, 94-98
Oct. 26 at 10:00 PM
Oct. 28 at 8:00 PM
Oklahoma City
Oct. 30 at 6:00 PM
Golden State
Oct. 31 at 10:30 PM
L.A. Clippers
Nov. 2 at 10:00 PM

* All times Eastern

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Top Performers for Oct. 21, 2016

Alex Len 16 Points

Tyson Chandler 11 Rebounds

Brandon Knight 5 Assists

Alex Len 2 Blocks

Jared Dudley 4 Steals

Jared Dudley 13.3 Efficiency

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