Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Two Phoenix Suns players are impacted by the delay of the 2020 Olympics to next year. Recently, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) grudgingly agreed that the 2020 Olympics — set to start in Taiwan this July — would be postponed for a year until 2021.
Phoenix Suns head coach, Monty Williams set forth on this new challenge with five core principles. Let’s see if and how he applied each one. When first-year Phoenix Suns head coach, Monty Williams, took the reigns this offseason, his number one priority was to change the culture.
Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images Looking back at one of the most interesting figures in the Suns’ post-Steve Nash rebuild. This is as good a time as any to look back on the moments over the course of the Suns’ recent history that led to today.
With the NBA and large parts of society on hold right now, Phoenix Suns memories have been a great way to help relieve stress and relive greatness. The world isn’t right, and the absence of sports, the NBA, or the Phoenix Suns isn’t a sliver of what’s wrong.
Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images Devin Bookernb游戏平台 was on one of the best streaks of his life in March 2019, when he put up 50 in back to back games and reminded fans that his scoring talent is unmatched.
nb游戏平台 Missing the sound of the Phoenix Suns on your airwaves? Jon Bloom and Tim Kempton will bring the team back to your radio as they call the Phoenix Suns’ stream against the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday.
nb游戏平台 Being the first No. 1 draft pick in Phoenix Suns franchise history, Deandre Ayton faces a lot of pressure to become an NBA superstar. Fair or not, the one word to describe his brief NBA career thus far has been polarizing.
nb游戏平台Former first-round pick Donatas Motiejunas is receiving interest from a couple of NBA teams, who are looking at acquiring the forward since the Chinese Basketball Association remains on hold due to coronavirus.
Aron Baynes did not come for the nonsense on Friday night, and even his head coach seemed a little taken aback. The Phoenix Suns center scored a career-high 37 points (including nine three-pointers) in a 127-117 win over the Portland Trail Blazers.