Posted: July 26, 2012

A revamped Phoenix Suns roster will make its 2012-13 season debut Halloween night at US Airways Center, as the club opens its 45th NBA season Wednesday, Oct. 31, against the Golden State Warriors.

Phoenix fans will get their first glance at the new-look Suns and offseason acquisitions Goran Dragic, Michael Beasley, Luis Scola and top-pick Kendall Marshall, as the club opens a new era with two-straight home games against Golden State (7 p.m.) and then the Detroit Pistons on Friday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m.

Posted: July 25, 2012

The Phoenix Suns today announced that the club has re-signed free agent guard Shannon Brown.

“Shannon was a valuable member of our team last season, especially during the second half of the season when we were at our best,” said Suns President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby. “We look for his improved play to continue.”

By Stefan Swiat, Suns.com
Posted: July 24, 2012

Before making a name for himself in the NBA, the world of basketball was already intimately acquainted with Suns power forward Luis Scola.

Besides tearing up the second-best professional basketball league in the world, the ACB league in Spain, Scola earned his stripes representing his country of Argentina in international competitions. While many players help lead their respective schools to collegiate titles before coming to the NBA, Scola was leading his country to medals.

By Aaron Seidlitz, Suns.com

Posted: July 21 2012

With five minutes left to go in Saturday’s game, Kendall Marshall let go of a 3-point attempt from the wing. His reaction afterward told a story of relief and motivation.

The Suns’ rookie point guard had struggled shooting the ball through his first three games of the 2012 NBA Las Vegas Summer League, but in the team’s final game his left-handed release was producing a smooth jumper and his best game as a professional.

By Aaron Seidlitz, Suns.com

Posted: July 20, 2012

With four of the Phoenix Suns’ five summer league games finished in Las Vegas, the results in terms of wins and losses may not be there but one other important result has been.

And that has been the growth in familiarity between power forward Markieff Morris and rookie point guard Kendall Marshall, both during the game and surrounding it.

By Stefan Swiat, Suns.com
Posted: July 20, 2012

In 2007, Michael Beasley was the MVP of the McDonald’s All-American game, joining a list of former winners that included Shaquille O’Neal, LeBron James and Dwight Howard.

In 2008, he was named First Team All-American and was chosen as the No. 2 pick in the NBA Draft. By 2010-11, Beasley was averaging 19.2 points a game in Minnesota.

By Aaron Seidlitz, Suns.com

Posted: July 20, 2012

Alvin Gentry’s knows all that he needs to about how Luis Scola is effective on the court.

The Suns' head coach has been impressed with his new power forward’s track record as a scoring forward who uses his savvy and knowledge of the game to utilize an assortment of post moves.

He’s also impressed with Scola's experience at the International level, and he’s impressed with how he’s been consistent in the NBA.

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