Tag "DeAndre Ayton"

Phoenix Suns Season Recap

The Phoenix Suns came a long way in under one year. From finishing 34-39 last season to finishing 51-21 this season. The hype of this team has been incredible since the Orlando Bubble days. Going 8-0 under weird circumstances was a catalyst for this recent season. The acquisition of Chris Paul ended up being one of the biggest offseason trades in their franchise history.

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Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: NBA Finals Game 1 Best Bets

Tonight marks the official start of the NBA Finals between the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns. Let’s look at some of the best bets from Game 1 and start these Finals off strong.

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Phoenix Suns Long Road to the Finals

Although the Phoenix Suns did not beat the Los Angeles Clippers in four games like the fans wanted, the Suns have finally reached the NBA Finals. The last time Phoenix reached the Finals was in 1993. In retrospect, the NBA world was much different then.

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2021 NBA Rankings: Top 10 Centers

During the month of June, we will be ranking the top 10 NBA players at each position. These rankings will be based only on the 2020-21 regular season and will not include any injured players.

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NBA DFS Core Four 8/10/20

We are back with another edition of Core Four. A few of our plays last night got hurt but stuffed the stat sheet before departing. Let’s hope for a healthier night tonight!

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Predicting the Phoenix Suns’ Regular Season Record

John Devereaux previews the rest of the Phoenix Suns’ regular season:

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Grading the 2018 NBA Draft Lottery

Danny Podolsky takes a look at the 2018 Draft Lottery and gives grades to each pick:

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Devin Booker Wins NBA 2K Players Tournament

Devin Booker swept teammate Deandre Ayton on Saturday night to claim the title of NBA 2K Players Tournament champion.

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NBA Players Poised to Break Out

Grant Angelo breaks down four NBA players poised for a breakout second half.

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Re-drafting the 2018 NBA Draft Lottery Class

In comparison to some weak draft classes such as 2013 and 2016, 2018 looks like it could be an all-time loaded class with several perennial All-Star candidates. Now in year two, this is how NBA executives would have likely changed

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