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Phoenix Suns fire head coach Jeff Hornacek


You just knew something had to happen in Phoenix and today it did.

The Suns, sitting at 14-35 and having lost 19 of their last 21 games, have fired head coach, and former Suns' star, Jeff Hornacek.

NBA Teams Shuffle the Deck


This NBA season has been filled with surprises and speculation and as the trade deadline has passed, many questions have been answered.

The Phoenix Suns have aquired Danny Granger, Justin Hamilton, John Salmons,

Josh Smith Is A Test of Morey’s Law And The New Analytics Age


The success of Josh Smith could be a blow to the analytical revolution Daryl Morey has cultivated as the chairperson for the annual MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference and as the Houston Rockets general manager.

For the first half of

Phoenix Suns Adding Isaiah Thomas To Point Guard Stockpile Is Perplexing


As a former denizen of the hoops hotbed that is Prince Georges County, Maryland I can say that I absolutely love PG County and basketball.

However, nobody seems to love PGs as much as Jeff Hornacek and the Phoenix Suns. Hornacek played with

Small In Stature, Playoff Floor Generals Are Doin’ It BIG


Like high tides, great point guards lift all boats and lead franchises safely into port--otherwise known as the NBA playoffs. Subpar floor generals or ones still adjusting to choppy NBA seas inadvertently lead their ships into icebergs. It’s

The Sizzling Suns Aren’t Taking Shorts from Anyone


When Phoenix was rounding out their roster in October, the era of Steve Nash was a thing of the past and most NBA prognosticators had assigned the Suns to the Western Conference basement. The Minnes

Expectations And Reality For 2014 NBA Trade Deadline SpeedTraders


Valentine’s Day may have come and gone, but it’s not to late for thirsty NBA teams to meet their matches. The first Thursday following the NBA All-Star br

The Golden State Warriors Have Lost Their Glow


The Golden State Warriors may be one of the few teams in sports to benefit from a West Coast bias. They’ve been showered with adulation since they took San Antonio to six games during the 2013 playoffs. Yet, they’ve been largely ignored