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Division Races As Suns.com’s Matt Petersen details, tiebreakers could determine whether Phoenix experiences a late season or an early summer. As further motivation, the division winner earns a top-four seed in the playoffs. Such a prize makes all the difference in the competitive Western Conference. Phoenix is currently just a game and a half behind the division-leading Clippers, but that margin right now is the difference between the fourth and eighth seed in the playoffs.
Suns Playing the Right Way Suns.com’s Ben York explains the excitement the Suns have inspired so far has less to do with the end result and more to do with how this team is winning games. The Suns rank first in the NBA with 20.0 fast break points per game (Oklahoma City is next with 17.5) and first in the NBA with nearly 20 percent of the team’s total points coming on the fast break (next highest is Washington with 17.0 percent). They are now 9-3 this season when scoring 100+ points. Perhaps more remarkably, the backcourt of Goran Dragic and Eric Bledsoe is averaging nearly 37 points and 13 assists each game.
Catching Up with A.C. Green Former Suns forward A.C. Green has a Christmas gift for everyone that can appeal to anyone. It includes elves for holiday purists, basketball for hoops addicts, and an overriding moral to satisfy the parents’ desire for substance over style. Such is the diverse nature of Green’s latest endeavor: a children’s eBook he co-wrote with Robert Skead titled Elves Can’t Dunk, available in the Nook Bookstore, Apple iBookstore and Kindle store.
Suns of Anarchy In the entertainment industry, you haven't officially hit the big time until you have had a big Hollywood premiere. It doesn't matter if your work has been seen in smaller cities and different venues. It is not until you show it under the bright lights in a star-studded venue in Los Angeles that you've really arrived. Tuesday night the “Suns of Anarchy” debuted in LA with impressive results and critical acclaim, the type usually reserved for the likes of Denzel Washington or Jack Nicholson (neither, ironically enough, were there to witness it), says Greg Esposito.