Devin Booker is finally headed to his first NBA All-Star Game.
Suns guard Devin Booker was serenaded with chants of “All-Star! All-Star!” in the final seconds Wednesday night as he hit two free throws that sealed his team's 112-106 win over the Golden State Warriors.
Rajon Rondo's Los Angeles Lakers teammates have been encouraging him to be more aggressive and shoot the ball instead of trying to distribute it to everyone. On Monday night, he took the advice to heart.
LeBron James is considering a return to the Olympics.
Jamal Murray poured in the points for the Nuggets, Torrey Craig stopped the Suns from scoring them and Denver finished off a season sweep of Phoenix.
Andre Drummond wasn't about to predict where he'd be playing in a couple of days.
With Kyrie Irving sidelined, Caris LeVert picked the perfect time to deliver his best game of the season.
All Devin Booker can do now is wait for the announcement of All-Star reserves.
The night in Memphis started with a moment of silence for Kobe Bryant. It ended with players from both sides remembering the Los Angeles Lakers great for the good he brought to the game.
Devin Booker has produced the kind of all-around numbers for the past few seasons that suggest he should be an NBA All-Star. He usually commands the respect of opposing defenses like an All-Star. His teammates and coach believe there is no doubt that he's an All-Star.
T.J. Warren's first game against his former team went about as well as possible. He scored a game-high 25 points, had three steals and played excellent defense against former teammate Devin Booker.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald purchased a minority stake in the Phoenix Suns.
Bryn Forbes lived a shooter's dream during the first half on Monday night, making seven 3-pointers as the San Antonio Spurs built a big early lead.
Deandre Ayton and the Phoenix Suns are picking up some momentum halfway through the season.
The Phoenix Suns have signed forward Tariq Owens to a two-way contract.
Kevin Huerter says he has no idea when Trae Young is about to go on one of his hot streaks.
The Sacramento Kings pulled off quite the stunner when they recovered from a 21-point deficit in the third quarter to beat the Phoenix Suns 114-103 on Tuesday night.
A few bad decisions led to some anxious moments for the Grizzlies in the final minutes. A month or two ago, it all might have ended in a heartbreaking loss.
The Lakers built a huge early lead against Phoenix only to see it shrink to single digits.
In the first half, the Phoenix Suns trailed by 19 points. By the final seconds, Kelly Oubre Jr. was blowing goodbye kisses to the Portland Trail Blazers and their fans.