Monthly Archives: June 2009

Pundits: NBA Should Just Eliminate 26 Teams

I promise to stop blasting out posts after this one. After all, I need to get some sleep sometime. I’m surfing the ‘Net and keep reading articles from people who claim to know basketball that declare the Suns need to … Continue reading

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Amare Stoudemire Versus GS Warriors: By the Numbers

To get an idea of what the Suns would be getting if they traded Amare Stoudemire to the Golden State Warriors for Andris Biedrins, Brandan Wright, and Marco Belinelli and not Stephen Curry, below is a comparison of per game … Continue reading

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Draft Night: Either Great or Terrible

The Suns pick of Earl Clark in the first round is a great move. Surprisingly, the Suns look like they will actually keep Clark rather than trade him. Also a surprise is that the front office is not going on … Continue reading

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Wallace, Pavlovic, and Stoudemire: Stay or Go

About an hour after I published my post about tomorrow’s draft came the news that the Suns finally unloaded $20M in salary plus another $1M in a trade kicker to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Ben Wallace, Sasha Pavlovic, the 46th … Continue reading

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Drafting a Lottery Point Guard Ensures No Championship

Many pundits are negative on tomorrow’s 2009 NBA draft saying it is one of the worst in recent memory. However, I think it is one of the most intriguing. There is little discrepancy between, say, the 6th pick and the … Continue reading

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Amare Can’t Be Dealt

Seems that talk show chatter has all but confirmed that Amare Stoudemire will be traded this offseason, and the possible rewards of such a deal range from Rajon Rondo to Caron Butler. (See Gambo’s blog post on KTAR.com.) Unfortunately for … Continue reading

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Suns Roster 2009: Keepers

So who was it that hit Suns GM Steve Kerr and Suns majority owner Robert Sarver on their heads and knocked some sense into them? Kerr suddenly appears to have realized the wonders of “cap space.” The high-dollar players whom … Continue reading

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