Phoenix Suns

4th Pacific | 23-59
  • Field Goal %
    43.5 FG%
  • 3-point %
    34.8 3P%
  • Points Scored
    101 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    44.8 RPG
  • Why New Orleans, despite Louisiana lawsuit, differs from Charlotte for NBA All-Star game
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    Why New Orleans, despite Louisiana lawsuit, differs from Charlotte for NBA All-Star game

    How could the NBA pull the All-Star game from Charlotte due to North Carolina’s anti-LGBT law and move it to New Orleans, considering Louisiana is suing the Obama administration over its directive on sex discrimination? This leak from the Board of Governors meeting proves illustrative. Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today: In a poignant address, Golden State Warriors president and chief operating officer Rick Welts, 63, who is openly gay, explained his meaningful and lifelong affiliation with the NBA and told league owners he didn’t feel comfortable attending the All-Star Game in Charlotte if the law remained as is. He then said if the All-Star Game remained in Charlotte, he wouldn’t feel comfortable attending,

  • Suns GM: Phoenix will likely preserve most of $13 million cap space into season
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    Suns GM: Phoenix will likely preserve most of $13 million cap space into season

    The Suns have more than $13 million in cap space remaining. Don’t count on them spending it anytime soon. Phoenix general manager Ryan McDonough, via Paul Coro of The Arizona Republic: “I’d be surprised if we spent a lot of that cap space now or over the summertime,” Suns General Manager Ryan McDonough said. “More likely, we’ll preserve most, if not all of it, and go into the season and look at either in-season signings or probably more likely in-season trades that are lopsided where we take back more money than we send out. There are a decent amount of advantages to operating as an under-the-cap team in terms of player aggregation and trades and things like that.” There’s certainly a logic to