Category: Phoenix Suns

No Coach Bud: Who’s Next?

Alright, so that sucks. Mike Budenholzer withdrew from the Suns coaching consideration, and is looking at the New York Knicks. Now, if you’re the Suns, you dust yourself off, and you try again so you don’t have to settle. Find the right coach for your prospects, for your […]

Shaq and Kobe 2.0

On the afternoon of March 31st, DeAndre Ayton went on CBS Sports radio. When asked where he’d like to end up in the NBA, he said “Honestly, I could see myself in Phoenix. I could see a little Shaq and Kobe 2.0.” Not only is that like the […]

The Curious Case of Brandon Knight

After sitting out the entirety of the 2017-2018 season with a torn ACL, and a subpar season in 2016-2017 under Earl Watson, the Suns have Brandon Knight on their payroll until 2020. This raises the question: what should the Suns do with Brandon Knight? The Suns certainly had […]

Whose Spot is Safe in Phoenix?

It’s no surprise that Suns fans (including myself) are looking towards next season rather than dwelling on this one. For a rebuilding team, choosing which players have a spot on next year’s roster should be first on the mind of the front office. So, the question is, who’s […]

Alan Williams: The Phoenix Son

Alan Williams is Phoenix to the core. Born in Phoenix, Arizona’s High School Player of the Year at North High in 2011, Phoenix Suns fan since childhood. You can hear all of this in Phoenix Native Futuristic’s “Phoenix Son,” a song written about Alan Williams and his commitment to […]