The Phoenix Suns face a win-or-go-home scenario on the road Tuesday night against the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
Chris Paul once again was spotted drinking out of a bottle filled with a mysterious “Secret Stuff” elixir during the Phoenix Suns’ thrilling 117-113 overtime victory over the Utah Jazz on Wednesday ni
NBA star Chris Paul will release a memoir cowritten by ESPN personality and longtime journalist Michael Wilbon later this year, the AP reports.
Jae Crowder recently revealed in a series of posts on Instagram that he’s been targeted with death threats.
If the coronavirus outbreak does indeed prematurely end the season should the NBA ultimately decide to cancel it in its entirety, the Phoenix Suns have come up with an novel contingency plan.
The silliest NBA offseason controversy in recent memory has taken another turn thanks to Kevin Durant weighing in on the bafflingly polarizing issue.
Kyrie Irving is widely expected to exercise his player option and become a free agent in June.
The Phoenix Suns have been among the NBA’s worst teams going on three seasons, and a motivational stunt gone horrifically awry is a symbolic illustration of the sorry state of the much-maligned
Phoenix Suns forward Josh Jackson spilled the beans about an indiscretion from his youth by admitting in a diary piece written for The Undefeated that he threw a water bottle during the infamous ̶
In the last 24 hours, it has been reported that the Suns are open to trading the top pick in this year’s NBA Draft.
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr allowed his players to run huddles during Monday night’s 129-83 throttling of the Phoenix Suns.
New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis got involved in a scuffle with Phoenix Suns rookie Marquese Chriss during Tuesday’s 113-111 loss.
In an evening already overwrought with drama for the Phoenix Suns, Markieff Morris made some kind of gesture — perhaps an obscene one — towards a heckling fan as he made his way to the lo
The Phoenix Suns will begin on Tuesday to sell a foam hand in tribute of backup swingman Gerald Green.
Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver was mad as hell and he wasn’t going to take it anymore.