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14-39, 4th in Pacific
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Suns Daily Links: Tuesday

Top Headline: Kevin Durant leads Thunder past the Suns.

Thunder hand Suns eighth straight loss (1:13)

Durant, Thunder pull away to beat Suns 122-106

Kevin Durant scored 25 of his 32 points in the second half and Oklahoma City pulled away in the final four minutes to hand the Phoenix Suns their eighth consecutive loss, 122-106 on Monday night.


Westbrook, Durant power Thunder win

Russell Westbrook had 29 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists, and Kevin Durant had a game-high 32 points, as OKC picked up a 122-106 win in Phoenix. The Thunder have won 6 of their past 7. Box score

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Suns Daily Links: Monday

Top Headline: Bob Hill on joining the Suns: 'I know I can make a difference.'

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Target Archie Goodwin in fantasy

The Suns' guard will be fantasy relevant as long as Brandon Knight is nursing a groin injury, likely through the All-Star break. Goodwin's scoring could be a valuable asset for your lineup. Undervalued fantasy players

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Meanwhile, over in the NBA ...

Steve Nash has the most total assists in the league since Peyton Manning made his NFL debut on Sept. 6, 1998:

  • Total assists: Steve Nash (9,935)
  • PPG: Allen Iverson (27.5)
  • Total points: Kobe Bryant (31,448)
  • Total rebounds: Tim Duncan (13,946)
  • Total blocks: Tim Duncan (2,785)

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Alex Len worth deep league add

The Suns' big man needs to earn more minutes, but he's shown that he could be productive when given the chance. Len is available in about 85 percent of ESPN leagues. Fantasy Forecaster

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Archie Goodwin's rising fantasy value

The Suns reserve guard has been playing more minutes since Brandon Knight's injury. Over the last 10 games, Goodwin has averaged over 33 minutes and is available in around 70 percent of ESPN leagues. Fantasy Forecaster

Jazz beat Suns to push win streak to six (1:04)
Leave Gobert all alone and he will throw up an air ball (0:16)
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Rookies future looks bright in Phoenix

Devin Booker had to step into a starting role after Eric Bledsoes season-ending injury. Kevin Pelton believes Bookers shooting ability will be a huge part of the Suns offense in the future. Surprising Rookies (Insider)

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Suns Daily Links: Friday

Top Headline: P.J. Tucker prefers to stick with Suns through trade deadline.

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Seven NBA rookie surprises, from Philly to OKC

When rookies exceed expectations, it gets our attention. Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton look at seven surprises from the rookie class, including one making a difference for a contender.

Rockets hand Suns sixth straight loss (0:59)

Rockets use second-half burst to survive

Houston jumped out the second half with a 32-21 third quarter, but Phoenix committed two costly turnovers with less than 20 seconds in the game to seal the 111-105 win for the Rockets. Box score

Archie Goodwin beats the buzzer (0:16)

Rockets blast off in third quarter

Houston outscored Phoenix 32-21 to take an 8-point lead with one frame to play. Trevor Ariza and Corey Brewer are leading the Rockets with 17 and 18 points, respectively, while James Harden is struggling with just 3-of-12 shooting from the floor. Follow live

Devin Booker leads Suns charge

The Phoenix rookie has a game-high 14 points at intermission and has gotten to the line 10 times already. Meanwhile, Houston is only 29.4% from beyond the arc as it trails 59-56. James Harden has 6 points. Halftime stats

NBA 3-point competition contestants

  • Kyle Lowry, Raptors
  • Khris Middleton, Bucks
  • Stephen Curry, Warriors*
  • Klay Thompson, Warriors
  • Devin Booker, Suns
  • J.J. Redick, Clippers
  • Chris Bosh, Heat
  • James Harden, Rockets
*2015 champion

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Knight's turnovers hurting Phoenix

Combo guard Brandon Knight has proven he can score, but he struggles with his assist-to-turnover ratio. At 24, Knight has ample time to fill out his game, focus on defense and become an above-average NBA player. Overrated players (Insider)

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'Sir Charles' among NBA's all-time top 20

Charles Barkley is included in Thursday's listing of the league's best players ever, as chosen by an ESPN expert panel. The Hall of Famer was an All-Star each of his four seasons in Phoenix and was the MVP in 1992-93 while leading the Suns to the Finals. All-time #NBArank: Players 16-20


Charles Barkley is No. 18 in #NBArank

The 1993 NBA MVP was an 11-time All-Star, a 5-time All-NBA first-team selection and had his No. 34 retired by both the Suns and 76ers. Players 16-20 revealed today

Team Stats

Points Per Game100.519th
Rebounds Per Game42.819th
Assists Per Game20.622nd
Points Allowed106.729th

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