Mark West

West Known as "Big Daddy," Mark West is now in his second stint with the Suns. After arriving from Cleveland on Feb. 25, 1988, along with Kevin Johnson and Ty Corbin, in a deal for Larry Nance, West played 521 regular season and 71 playoff games with the Suns over the next six-plus seasons. He led the Suns and the NBA in field goal percentage in 1989-90 (.625), a year in which he also averaged a career-high 10.5 points and 8.9 boards. West ranks second in NBA history in field goal percentage. On the Suns' all-time career list, West ranks first in field goal percentage, fifth in rebounds and second in blocked shots.

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Various NBA All-Stars including Blake Griffin and Kevin Love discuss the play of the 38-year-old Steve Nash

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Young Guards on Nash

Guards including Derrick Rose and Deron Williams discuss the play of Suns playmaker Steve Nash.

Markieff Morris Talks Rising Stars

Suns rookie Markieff Morris discusses his experience playing in the Rising Skills Challenge on Friday night