Surprise of a Lifetime

During a timeout in Monday's game, young Suns fan Logan thought he being offered a blind-folded chance at free pizza for a year. What happened next was much bigger than that. His father -- Specialist Jamie Bledsoe of the California National Guard -- was waiting to see him for the first time in 10 months.

Unforeseen Results

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The 2013-14 Phoenix Suns reminded us this season why we watch sports and why the games are played. The “experts” can do their best Carnac the Magnificent impressions and try to convince us they see the future clearer than the Oracle in The Matrix, but in the end, they’re just guessing.What this team did was unforeseen and unveiled a bright future.

Heart and Hustle

Suns forward P.J. Tucker was presented with the 2013-14 Majerle Hustle Award on April 14 during a pregame presentation prior to the Suns-Grizzlies game at US Airways Center. Tucker becomes the first back-to-back winner of the award.
Related: Tucker's Heart, Hustle Invaluable

Best of the Season

No matter what happens, it’s safe to assume this year’s Phoenix Suns team has been one of the greatest stories of the 2013-14 NBA season. Click through to relive five of the best individual performances of the year (so far).
Related: Green for Most Improved | Dragic for All-NBA | Morris for 6th Man

Suns Eliminated From Contention

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Despite rallying from a 13-point deficit in the first half to take the lead in the second half, the Suns fell to the Grizzlies 97-91 at home Monday night. Markieff Morris scored 21 points while Goran Dragic scored 14.
Box Score | Photos | Highlights: Dragic Finds Bledsoe | Plumlee Finishes

'Challenging but Awesome'

Channing Frye went 557 days between regular season basketball games due to an enlarged heart that forced him to miss the entire 2012-13 season. On the verge of completing his comeback, the Suns' sharp-shooting big man is able to look back at just how hard the journey was. Related: The Inside Stuff on Channing's Comeback

Green Light

Gerald Green has set new career highs in virtually every statistical category this season while helping the Suns in their chase for a playoff spot. Suns.com's Ben York says that’s exactly why the 6-8 forward should be this year’s Most Improved Player.
Related: 8 Reasons Why Goran Dragic is All-NBA

Bond of Brothers

Goran Dragic hardly recognized the team he'd left just a few months earlier. Only three of his teammates were the same. He would quickly realize how different each personality was, too. The bond that emerged from all the new and not-the-same, however, has the Suns appreciating what they stumbled upon. Related: Why Green is MIP
  
Surprise Of A Lifetime
Surprise Of A Lifetime
Postgame Report: 4/14/14
Postgame Report: 4/14/14
Grizzlies vs. Suns
Grizzlies vs. Suns
Dragic finds Bledsoe
Dragic finds Bledsoe
Pass to Plum Dog
Pass to Plum Dog
Inside Stuff: The Comeback Kid
Inside Stuff: The Comeback Kid