The Knicks intend to sign guard Duane Washington Jr. to a two-way contract, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Washington, 22, signed a two-way deal with the Suns in August and had some nice moments when he received an uptick in playing time, largely in part because of injuries to pint guard Chris Paul and shooting guard Devin Booker.
The Phoenix Suns have yet to see dividends pay off from the Kevin Durant deal, though that could soon change. Durant is expected to play on Wednesday against the Charlotte Hornets after missing several weeks with a sprained MCL.
The Phoenix Suns have reportedly expressed interest in taking five-time All Star John Wall off the buyout market. Wall was traded from the Los Angeles Clippers to the Houston Rockets a couple of weeks ago; however, the Rockets do not plan on keeping him.
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When will Kevin Durant finally make his debut as a Phoenix Sun? Since he was traded to the Suns on Feb. 8, many conflicting reports have come out on when Durant would make his return to the court from a sprained MCL suffered in January.
The Phoenix Suns need grit, activity and defense, with a little bit of offense, from that 5th starter spot Several players have stepped up this year to keep the injury-riddled Phoenix Suns firmly in the playoff race.
When T.J. Warren came to the Phoenix Suns as a part of the Kevin Durant trade package, many expected him to contribute in some form or fashion. Coming off the bench for the Brooklyn Nets prior to the deal, Warren showed he was capable of putting up numbers on occasion. Yet since his arrival in Phoenix, Warren's seen very little of the floor.
Early struggles with flow, coupled by free-throw woes see the Suns finish just behind the 8-ball Tell me if you’ve seen this before: The Phoenix Suns lost in final seconds to the Milwaukee Bucks in a highly contested game.
In a early road test against one of the best teams in the league, the Phoenix Suns fumbled a seven point lead late in the fourth quarter to secure a 104-101 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday. Phoenix now drops to 33-29 on the year.
Bucks’ PF Giannis Antetokounmpo is doubtful to play against the Suns’ on Sunday. Antetokounmpo is currently one of the front runners for MVP, averaging 31 PPG (career high) and 12 RPG. The seven-time All Star played just six minutes in his first game back from the break due to a groin injury.
If things do work out with Kevin Durant in Phoenix, the Suns will probably be more than happy to let basketball fans and reporters alike call them anything they want, especially if the season ends with the team hoisting the Larry O'Brien Trophy.