Who can your team steal deep in the draft? Our experts each give five names to watch.
Phoenix Suns – and fans – reach silver anniversary of love affair with 1993 Western Conference champions
by: Scott Bordow, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 16 Jun
The 1992-93 Suns didn't win an NBA championship 25 years ago, but their combination of conquest and celebrity made them rock stars in the Valley.
by: Gary Peterson — Mercury News 14 Jun
After his Cleveland Cavaliers were swept by the Warriors in the NBA Finals, LeBron James said he had been playing with a broken hand, causing some to wonder if he was making an excuse.
by: RobertL — Mercury News: Fast Break 13 Jun
Victory parades never get old. The Warriors could win 20 titles in a row, and I don’t think fans would tire of the experience. Like a birthday party with family, these annual celebrations joyfully bring people together around someone they… Continue...
by: Jack Harris | Cronkite News — Arizona Sports 10 Jun
Despite a spectacular prep and college career, Marvin Bagley III isn’t projected to be the top pick in this year’s NBA Draft.
by: Dave King — SB Nation: Bright Side Of The Sun 8 Jun
Native Arizonan Marvin Bagley III would love to be a Phoenix Suns draft pick, and it’s not just about going #1 overall
by: Gary Peterson — Mercury News 5 Jun
Gilbert Arenas, drafted in 2001 by the Warriors, played 12 seasons in the NBA, being selected to three All-Star teams and earning more than $140 million.
by: Ben Zajdel — Fansided: The Smoking Cuban 21 May
After a long wait, we now know where the Mavericks will be drafting. Some fans are disappointed that Dallas fell out of the top three. But a quick glance t...
by: Travis Gibbs — Fansided: Piston Powered 21 May
The Detroit Pistons need to find a valuable player with their second-round pick. Texas Tech freshman guard Zhaire Smith would be a great option. The Detroi...
by: Peter Dawson — Star-Telegram 17 May
The No. 5 overall pick in the NBA Draft is a black hole that is mostly devoid of franchise-altering players..