• Marcus and Markieff Morris head into court on May 7, 2015. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5 file photo)

    Morris twins: Former Phoenix Suns' stars get court date on assault charge

    Markieff and Marcus Morris, the 6-foot-9 twins who were Phoenix Suns teammates for a time, have a trial date on felony aggravated assault charges after they allegedly beat a man at a Valley recreation center two years ago.

  • Suns guard Eric Bledsoe speaks to media at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix. His future with the team could change if the Suns select a playmaking guard in the NBA Draft. (Source: Logan Newman/Cronkite News)

    Suns have options with NBA Draft approaching

    The NBA Draft Lottery gives Phoenix the second-best odds to land the first overall draft pick with a 19.8-percent chance of landing the overall No. 1 choice. 

  • After awful season, Suns pin their hopes on young talent

    There was a time, long ago, that the Phoenix Suns were winners playing the most entertaining style in the NBA.

  • Hield, Lawson lead Kings past Suns, 129-104

    Buddy Hield scored a career-high 30 points and Ty Lawson had his first career triple-double, getting 22 points, 12 assists and 11 rebounds as the Sacramento Kings beat the Phoenix Suns 129-104 on Tuesday night.      

  • Warren, Booker lead Suns past Mavericks, 124-111

    When both teams went with youngsters for the second half, the Phoenix Suns knew they had an advantage over the Dallas Mavericks. 

  • Westbrook secures triple-double average, falls short of 42nd

    Russell Westbrook became the second player in NBA history to average a triple-double for a season, but failed for the second game in a row to break Oscar Robertson's single-season record for most triple-doubles. 

  • Curry scores 42, Warriors clinch West, NBA's top record

    The NBA regular season belongs to the Golden State Warriors - again. The high-speed Bay Area dynamo needed 42 points from Stephen Curry to hold off the pesky Phoenix Suns 120-111 Thursday night, a victory that ensured Golden State will have the best record in the NBA for the third straight season. 

  • Rockets, without Harden, send Suns to 12th straight loss

    Patrick Beverley knew much more would be expected of him with his Houston Rockets missing James Harden on Sunday night. That motivated the veteran guard to play well, which Beverley did in the Rockets' 123-116 win over the Phoenix Suns.

  • Griffin, Paul help Clippers hand Suns 10th straight loss

    Blake Griffin scored 31 points, Chris Paul added 29 points and 10 assists and the Los Angeles Clippers held on to hand the Phoenix Suns their 10th loss in a row, 124-118 on Thursday night.

  • Schroder, Hawks beat Suns 95-91 to snap 7-game losing streak

    The Atlanta Hawks had another tough night from long range. Dennis Schroder just kept shooting anyway. The Hawks point guard hit consecutive 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to spark a 17-1 run that carried Atlanta to a 95-91 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday night, snapping a seven-game losing streak and giving his team's playoff hopes a much-needed boost.

  • Walker scores 31, Hornets beat struggling Suns 120-106

    The Hornets beat the Suns 120-106 on Sunday for their fourth victory in the last five games.

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    Booker scores 70 in Boston, but Celtics outlast Suns 130-120

    Devin Booker scored 70 points, becoming the sixth different player in NBA history to reach that total, but the Boston Celtics got 34 points from Isaiah Thomas and outlasted the Phoenix Suns 130-120 on Friday night.  

  • Nets beat Suns 126-98 for 1st two-game win streak of season

    The Brooklyn Nets finally have a winning streak. Brook Lopez scored 19 points, K.J. McDaniels had a season-high 16 and the Nets beat the Phoenix Suns 126-98 on Thursday 

  • Nets beat Suns 126-98 for 1st two-game win streak of season

    Brook Lopez scored 19 points, K.J. McDaniels had a season-high 16 and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Phoenix Suns 126-98 on Thursday night to give them consecutive victories for the first time this season. 

  • Whiteside gets hurt late, leads Heat past Suns, 112-97

    Hassan Whiteside was enjoying a record-setting night. By the end, none of that mattered. Whiteside needed 13 stitches postgame to close a cut in his right hand, overshadowing his 23-point, 14-rebound performance that helped the Miami Heat beat the Phoenix Suns 112-97 on Tuesday. 

  • Pistons finish strong, beat short-handed Suns 112-95

    The Pistons finally shook out of their funk late in the third quarter and routed the short-handed Phoenix Suns 112-95 on Sunday.

  • Lillard, McCollum lead Trail Blazers past Suns, 110-101

    Damian Lillard scored 28 of his 39 points in the first half and the Portland Trail Blazers recovered to beat the Phoenix Suns 110-101 on Sunday night after blowing an 18-point second-half lead. 

  • Devin Booker hits winning shot, Suns beat Mavericks 100-98

    Devin Booker hit a 17-footer with 1.4 seconds left to give the Phoenix Suns a 100-98 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday night. 

  • Bogdanovic, Beal, Wall lead Wizards past pesky Suns, 131-127

    Bojan Bogdanovic scored 29 points, Bradley Beal added 27 and the Washington Wizards opened a five-game western trip with a 131-127 victory over the pesky Phoenix Suns on Tuesday night. 

  • Ulis hits 3 at buzzer, Suns beat Celtics in wild finish

    Some said Tyler Ulis was too small for the NBA. 

  • Suns upend Thunder on broadcaster Al McCoy's big night

    Eric Bledsoe had 18 points and the Phoenix Suns helped celebrate broadcaster Al McCoy's induction into the team's Ring of Honor with a 118-111 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday night. 

  • Chriss has 17 points, hot-shooting Suns beat Hornets 120-103

    Marquese Chriss scored 17 points and the Phoenix Suns shot a season-best 59.7 percent from the field Thursday night in a 120-103 victory over the Charlotte Hornets. 

  • Conley, Gasol lead Grizzlies past Suns, 130-112

    Mike Conley scored 29 points and Marc Gasol added 28 while making all five of his 3-point shots to lead the Memphis Grizzlies past the Phoenix Suns, 130-112 on Tuesday night.

  • Antetokounmpo scores 28, Bucks beat Suns 100-96

    The Milwaukee Bucks executed down the stretch and escaped with a victory. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 28 points, Tony Snell made a clinching 3-pointer from the corner in the closing seconds and the Bucks held off the Phoenix Suns, 100-96 on Sunday.

  • Wade, Butler lead Bulls over Suns 128-121 in overtime

    To Dwyane Wade, it felt like an otherworldly experience. There he was showing some of his old explosiveness as he drove past Eric Bledsoe for a thunderous right-handed dunk over a rotating Alex Len, an emphatic exclamation mark on a wild overtime victory for the Chicago Bulls.