The Phoenix Suns were generally expected to select Deandre Ayton as this year’s top pick in the NBA Draft. The Suns surely did not disappoint most of the experts as they did nab Ayton with the no. 1 overall pick. Apparently, the Suns arrived at the...
by: Scott Bordow, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 7h
Now that the NBA draft is over, Phoenix can figure out how to best use Deandre Ayton, Mikal Bridges and Elie Okobo
by: Bryan Toporek Senior Writer — Give Me Sport 10h
With three picks in last night's draft, Phoenix are hoping to back into relevance
by: Kevin Sherrington — Dallas Morning News 22 Jun
Even before Adam Silver made the trade official, Dennis Smith Jr. sanctioned the Mavs' biggest draft day deal in 20 years.I'm a fan, he tweeted.
by: Greg Moore, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 22 Jun
The Suns are trying to win rather than trying to build. Their picks are players, not projects.
by: Craig Grialou — Arizona Sports 22 Jun
Former Arizona center Deandre Ayton gives the Phoenix Suns both an inside presence and an outside threat, the latter of which is coveted in this pace and space NBA.
by: Sam Vecenie — The Athletic 21 Jun
Live analysis of Round 1 of the NBA Draft
by: Bret Anderson — Atlanta Sports Headquarters 21 Jun
We are literally hours away from the NBA Draft! Teams have been waiting for this draft for months and many people are expecting it to be wild and unpredictable. The top two picks are probably easy guesses but after No. 3, nothing is guaranteed. Rich...
by: Adam Maynes — Fansided: Valley of the Suns 21 Jun
The vast majority of Phoenix Suns fans would allow T.J. Warren to be traded in a heartbeat if it meant that Josh Jackson stayed on the roster. But what if ...
by: Jeremy Woo June 21, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 21 Jun
The 2018 NBA draft is almost here. The Crossover's Front Office dishes its final projections for all 60 picks along with the latest trade rumors, intel and buzz around the league.
by: Luke Lapinski — Arizona Sports 20 Jun
The Phoenix Suns picked a good year to finally win the draft lottery. The 2018 draft class is loaded and top-heavy, but the Suns still have a choice to make.