Updated: June 28, 2012

The New Orleans Hornets are on the clock.

With only two weeks left until the 2012 NBA Draft, teams are busy reviewing thier scounting reports and finalizing their player rankings. The top college and international prospects are busy traveling around the country for pre-draft workouts, hoping to make one last good impression. And basketball writers are busy making their mock draft projections.

Posted: May 9, 2012

Phoenix Suns legend and former University of Oklahoma standout Alvan Adams joins United States Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, a basketball co-captain at Harvard University, University of Notre Dame women’s basketball star Ruth Riley, University of Southern California swimming great John Naber and Slippery Rock University soccer standout Dr. Todd Olsen, as this year’s 2012 inductees into the Capital One Academic All-America® Hall of Fame, as selected by CoSIDA.

Posted: May 2, 2012

Phoenix Suns forward Channing Frye today underwent successful surgery on his right shoulder, the team has announced.

Under the recommendation of Suns orthopedic surgeon Dr. Thomas Carter, Frye had the procedure performed by Dr. Lewis Yocum in Anaheim, Calif.

Frye injured the shoulder in second quarter of the Suns’ April 21 game against the Denver Nuggets at US Airways Center and missed the season’s final two games.

By Stefan Swiat, Suns.com

Posted: May 1, 2012

Phoenix Suns Team Physician Dr. Craig Phelps, who was named the National Basketball Athletic Trainers Association Physician of the Year for 2010-11, is stepping down with his position from the team to become the president of A.T. Still University's medical school. During his 26 years on the Suns' medical staff, Dr. Phelps enjoyed some tremendous experiences. Check out some of them in this Suns.com exclusive Q&A.

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