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Phoenix Suns


Suns’ Marcus Morris Hits Kobe-Esque Buzzer Beater To Complete Summer League Gamea Comeback (VIDEO)

The Timberwolves led the Suns by as much as 24 points in an NBA Las Vegas Summer League game yesterday, but Phoenix’s Morris brothers led a comeback that knotted the game up at 89-89 with just seconds remaining. Check out what happened next in this video.


Jalen Rose Says He Could Score 12 Points In An NBA Playoff Game Today

Jalen Rose, who has been known to make an ill-advised statement or two in his time (just ask Grant Hill), recently told Bill Simmons that he could step onto a court in an NBA Playoff fame and score 12 points. Today. But would he play for the Pacers or the Heat?


What Happened Last Night: Knicks Win 10th Straight, Clippers Set Franchise Record With 50th Win

We’re almost done with regular season basketball, did you know? It’s very sad. But then playoff basketball! That’s like, pretty fun.


The Clippers’ Ryan Hollins Channels His Inner High School Bully, Puts Little Goran Dragic In A Headlock For No Reason

Having already put together a perfect night from the field (2-2) and collected four fouls in just nine minutes of play, Clippers reserve Ryan Hollins symbolically dropped the microphone and walked offstage by putting Goran Dragic in a headlock and keeping him there while arguing with officials and just about everyone else.


Today In Bill Walton Saying Whatever He Wants: Bill Walton Says Whatever He Wants

Bill Walton says whatever he wants. There’s even a mildly bothersome, though popular, Twitter account dedicated to his phraseology. He speaks in metaphor and simile and grandiosity. He strings together words that don’t belong together. He’s a patchwork thesaurus – a high-minded Walt Frazier, if you will.

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Trifecta Of Offensive Mediocrity Achieved As Sarah Palin Attends Phoenix Suns Game In Chick-Fil-A Shirt

No word as to whether or not Palin took it to the next level by picking up a Michael Beasley jersey at the gift shop on the way out.


What Happened Last Night: Everything Is Crashing And Burning In Los Angeles (Again), Miami Crushes Brooklyn (Again)

Didn’t watch sports last night? We hope your fancy schmancy dinner with “friends” was lovely. Here’s what you missed:


Michael Beasley Wanted No Part Of A Dunking Blake Griffin

When Blake Griffin decides it’s time to dunk the ball, Blake Griffin dunks the ball. Violently. Defenders caught in the crossfire usually have no choice other than to haphazardly contest and hope for the best. Michael Beasley is not most defenders, and he doesn’t ascribe to such defensive ideals – the gremlins wouldn’t have that. So when Griffin rose for a thunderous dunk against the Phoenix Suns last night, Beasley, who was standing between Griffin and the basket, kindly stepped aside (skip to :17).

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