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by: Kenny Honaker — Clutchpoints 19 Oct
Houston Rockets guard Brandon Knight suffered a torn ACL in July 2017. Since then, the Miami native has undergone three “cleanup” procedures — the most recent one (Sept. 20) stemming from an infection. As of now, there is still no timetable for his return
by: Bruno Manrique — Clutchpoints 18 Oct
Devin Booker’s bombastic performance during his season debut was an eye-opener for those tuning to ESPN hoping to get a glimpse at two of the NBA’s finest rookies of this year’s class. While many hoped to see the potential in Dallas Mavericks forward...
by: Curt Low — Fansided: House of Houston 18 Oct
The Houston Rockets made several roster upgrades through the off season. These moves will work and here's why the 2018-19 team will be better than ever. Ho...
by: Arizona Sports — Arizona Sports 18 Oct
The Phoenix Suns are turning to Isaiah Canaan to handle point guard duties in the team's season opener against the Dallas Mavericks Wednesday night.
by: David MacKay — USA Today: Rockets Wire 17 Oct
At least two players will be out, and two more are likely to sit as well. Only one injured player is probable to play.
by: Luke Adams — Hoops Rumors 17 Oct
The Suns reportedly offered a second-round pick to the Sixers for T.J. McConnell. Read the full story here.
by: Mike McGraw — Daily Herald 17 Oct
Point guard Tyler Ulis practiced with the Chicago Bulls for the first time Tuesday. He seemed to make a home in Phoenix during the past two seasons, but since that didn't work out, he's glad to be back in his hometown.
by: Sam Smith — NBA 17 Oct
Tyler Ulis is the kind of guy you root for. Not necessarily because he's one of the rare NBA players who looks you in the eye when he talks to you. He pretty much has to because he's basically the same size you are, the newest Bulls player at barely 5-10.
by: Ashish Mathur — Clutchpoints 17 Oct
The Phoenix Suns have been active in attempting to trade for an established point guard and tried to acquire Philadelphia 76ers reserve, T.J. McConnell. The Suns offered the Sixers a second-round pick for McConnell, and Philly declined, according to...
by: Kellan Olson — Arizona Sports 17 Oct
The Phoenix Suns offered the Philadelphia 76ers a second-round pick for point guard T.J. McConnell and that offer was declined, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer's Keith Pompey.