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Anchorman or Al McCoy? It's pretty self-explanatory, and Ron Burgundy says you should watch it.
Plays of the Week This week's Suns Top 5 Plays is defined by one name and one name only, Miles Plumlee. From massive blocks to rim rocking dunks, Miles "Do We or Don't We Call Him Plumdog" Plumlee dominated the week. Which play reigns supreme? Find out now and relive all your favorite highlights from the week that was.
Frye Gives Back Last year Frye was shelved for the entire season due to heart complications and limited to doctor’s checkups, golf and yoga. The experiences left him with an added appreciation for the simple things, something he wanted to convey to the young patients at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Phoenix Children’s.
Suns One On One Goran Dragic joins Suns One On One host Greg Esposito to discuss a busy six month in his life. He shares what it was like to be treated like a rock star in his home country of Slovenia over the summer, what it's been like to be a dad, team's fast start and more. You can find a new episode of the show here every week and also subscribe on iTunes and listen in the Suns App .
Rapping With Plumlee Miles Plumlee is having a career year. The 6-11 center averages 9.6 points, 8.4 rebounds and 1.96 blocks per game . If Plumlee can sustain this pace over the course of his sophomore NBA season, he would join Amar’e Stoudemire (2003-04) and Larry Nance (1982-83) as the only players in Suns history to average at least 10 points, 8 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game in either their first or second season in the NBA. But here’s something you may not have known about Plumlee: He’s a rap connoisseur.