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    Jerami Grant To Receive Interest From Nuggets, Pistons, Suns, Mavericks

    Jerami Grant will decline his $9.3 million player option for the 20-21 season to become a free agent, sources tell Shams Charania of The Athletic. Grant and the Denver Nuggets have significant mutual interest on a new deal. The Detroit Pistons, Phoenix Suns and Dallas Mavericks are also expected to show interest in Grant. Grant […] More

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    Kira Lewis Jr. Has Second Interview With Suns

    Kira Lewis Jr. has completed two Zoom interviews with the Phoenix Suns, sources told Ian Begley of SNY. The Suns currently have the No. 10 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft. The Knicks, who own the No. 8 pick, have also interviewed Lewis. The 19-year-old Lewis is currently projected to be the 14th pick in […] More

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    Former Blazer Cliff Robinson Passes Away At 53 Years Old

    Former Portland Trail Blazer Cliff Robinson has passed away at age 53. Robinson played 19 seasons in the NBA with the Blazers, Suns, Pistons, Warriors, and Nets. Robinson, who played in the 1994 All-Star Game, averaged 14.6 points and 4.6 rebounds in 1,380 career games. “He was our first great player. He came from a […] More

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    Pistons, Knicks, Suns To Pursue Fred VanVleet In Free Agency

    Fred VanVleet is expected to be one of the NBA’s most coveted free agents this offseason. VanVleet re-signed with the Toronto Raptors in 2018 on a two-year, $18 million deal as a restricted free agent. VanVleet will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason.  Sources that spoke with Shams Charania of The Athletic indicated that […] More

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    Monty Williams Voted Coach Of The Seeding Games

    by Keith P Smith Maintaining flexibility for what looks like a terrific 2021 free agent class is paramount for the Knicks. By building up their base, they could be poised to be a destination in fairly short order, just not this offseason. by Colin McGowan As out of his mind as he’s been, T.J. Warren’s […] More

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    Paul Westphal Diagnosed With Brain Cancer

    Hall of Fame guard Paul Westphal was diagnosed with brain cancer. Sportswriter Mike Lupica reported the news in a tweet. The 69-year-old was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2019. Westphal, who averaged 15.6 points throughout his career, coached the Suns to the 1993 NBA Finals. Westphal has a career coaching record of 318-279.  More

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    Suns Layoff Approximately 30 Employees

    The Phoenix Suns have confirmed they are moving forward with an unspecific number of layoffs. “We’ve been working on restructuring a number of departments since early this year,” Suns Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Dean Stoyer, told The Republic, in confirming the layoffs. “We found that some of the roles were redundant, some roles were outdated […] More

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    Pistons Purchase G League Team From Suns

    The Detroit Pistons, the Phoenix Suns and the NBA G League today announced that the Pistons have agreed to purchase the Northern Arizona Suns from the Phoenix Suns.  The rebranded team is expected to play in a new arena currently being constructed on the campus of Wayne State University beginning in the 2021-22 season.    […] More

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    Steve Blake, Larry Greer No Longer On Suns Coaching Staff

    Steve Blake and Larry Greer are no longer on the Phoenix Suns coaching staff, according to Monty Williams. “The details of it all, I don’t want to get into. Organizations go through change and there are times where guys have to make decisions that are best for them and their families. It’s a tough loss […] More

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    Two Suns Test Positive For COVID-19

    Two players on the Phoenix Suns have tested positive for COVID-19. The positive tests led to Suns temporarily shutting down voluntary workouts at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum, sources say.  Mikal Bridges, Elie Okobo, Frank Kaminsky III, Dario Saric, Jevon Carter, Aron Baynes, Jalen Lecque and Cheick Diallo have participated in the workouts. Phoenix is one of 22 […] More

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    Kelly Oubre Jr. Expected To Miss Rest Of Season

    Kelly Oubre Jr. is expected to miss the resumption of the NBA season as he recovers from injury, sources told Shams Charania of The Athletic. Oubre had arthroscopic surgery on a torn meniscus in his right knee on March 3rd. Oubre averaged 18.7 points and 6.4 rebounds per game this season. More

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