While the postseason plays out and the losers sit idly by praying for draft success, it's time to examine teams in similar situations as the New York Knicks. Who can we say have it worse than the Knicks right now?
by: Jerry Stephens — Fansided: Swarm and Sting 22 May
If the Suns, Hawks and Grizzlies are looking to trade their top picks this year, the Charlotte Hornets may have enough to pull off a shock deal. The Charl...
by: Donny McHenry — Fansided: Lake Show Life 22 May
The Los Angeles Lakers trade for Steve Nash did not work out in 2012 and it will finally come to an end during the 2018 NBA Draft. The NBA Draft Lottery wa...
by: Astramskas, David — Ball is Life 19 May
There’s been a few interesting tweets from NBA Draft Combine vets over the past couple days about the…
NBA Draft: Suns are 'certainly open' to trading No. 1 pick, and it might not be a bad idea - CBSSports.com
by: Sports Network — CBS Sports 19 May
A team could trade the top pick in the draft for the second consecutive year
by: Lucas Johnson — Fansided: Valley of the Suns 18 May
Assuming the Phoenix Suns keep the 16th pick of the NBA draft this summer, then the position they need to draft with that selection is point guard. The Pho...
by: Brad Stevenson — Fadeaway World 18 May
When it comes to the NBA draft lottery, things aren't always as clear-cut as they're theoretically supposed to be. In a perfect
by: The Heat Index, azcentral sports — The Arizona Republic 17 May
After finishing with the worst record in the NBA, the Suns received the first pick in the lottery. Experts predict who they will select in June.
by: Kellan Olson May 17, 2018 at 7:21 am — Arizona Sports 17 May
The Phoenix Suns want to be aggressive this offseason, so could they trade up and have a second lottery pick in the 2018 NBA Draft?
by: John Zannis — CLNS Radio 17 May
by: Scott Bordow, azcentral sports — The Arizona Republic 16 May