Deandre Ayton's NBA debut, Devin Booker's return to the court and Luka Doncic's first visit to Talking Stick Arena Resort.
by: Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 2h
Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton during introductions against the Dallas Mavericks during the season opener at Talking Stick Resort Arena on Oct. 17, 2018, in Phoenix, Ariz.
by: Kellan Olson — Arizona Sports 2h
New Phoenix Suns guard Jamal Crawford isn't the coziest fit for the roster but he brings some well-earned respect and is another ball handler who can create for Igor Kokoskov.
by: N/A — SNY: SNY Nets 3h
Former Nets star Richard Jefferson is optimistic about the direction of his former team as a new season gets underway.
by: Julian Edlow — Metro News 7h
A look at the giant pro basketball slate for Wednesday
NBA Season Preview: Lakers, LeBron James And Warriors Will Be Talk Of Pacific Division, But What About Others?
by: Nikki Kay — Lakers Nation 7h
Key storylines in Pacific Division for the 2018-19 NBA season, which will be highlighted by LeBron James, Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors.
Will Devin Booker make his first All-Star Game? Deandre Ayton for ROY? My 2018-19 Phoenix Suns season predictions
by: Evan Sidery — SB Nation: Bright Side Of The Sun 9h
Lots of questions to tackle here before the most anticipated calendar year of Suns basketball in a long time.
Suns' Ryan Anderson on chemistry with Devin Booker, the 'advanced' Deandre Ayton and his tough season - CBSSports.com
by: James Herbert — CBS Sports 11h
After a hard year in Houston, Phoenix's new sharpshooter told CBS Sports he is excited to be himself again
by: Jason Munz, Southern Miss Sports Writer — The Commercial Appeal 12h
Memphis Grizzlies Jaren Jackson Jr. (13) reacts to a foul near Grizzlies Omri Casspi (18) in the first half of a preseason NBA basketball game against the Indiana Pacers, Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018, in Memphis, Tenn. (AP Photo/Karen Pulfer Focht)
by: The Crossover Staff October 17, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 14h
While NBA front offices are run by bright and capable people, The Crossover still felt obligated to offer advice to every squad. From letting Ben Simmons run to letting Devin Booker play point, we dive into modest proposals for every team.
by: Mike Singer — The Denver Post 16h
If all goes according to plan, Denver’s rising star Jamal Murray could be flirting with numbers that only Steph Curry attained last season.