2010 Suns Media Day
January 1, 2010
On Sept. 27, 2010, it was a full house at the Suns' practice court for Media Day.
Newcomer Josh Childress gets hit up for a quote by an Arizona Republic reporter.
Center Robin Lopez patiently waits for assistant coach Dan Majerle to wrap up his portion of the Suns.com webcast.
Always willing to lend a hand, Coach helps his backup point guard with his hair.
Center Garret Siler gets the full treatment from Suns photographer Barry Gossage.
Spending two years playing overseas, it didn't take Childress long to get back into the NBA swing of things.
Hey, even a two-time NBA MVP needs to eat...
Consider this one of the few times Steve Nash needs to introduce himself.
The All-Star point guard's wingspan may not be the biggest in the league, but nobody can question the size of his heart.
Taking over a few East Coast radio calls for longtime Suns announcer Al McCoy this season, Jeff Munn introduces himself to Head Coach Alvin Gentry.
Lopez talks shop with Suns radio analyst Tim Kempton.
Look for rookie big man Gani Lawal to box out plenty this season.
Lopez shows off some of his social-networking skills.
In his first full season in Phoenix last year, Jason Richardson was the club's third-leading scorer.
J-Rich is enjoying his portion of the Suns.com webcast.
Newcomer Hakim Warrick is put through the paces at his first Suns Media Day.
J-Rich waits his turn at one of the various photo stations set up on the day.
Childress answers the tough webcast questions from broadcasters Tom Leander and Tim Kempton.
"Next caller... Josh from Phoenix... You're on the air!"
Veteran Grant Hill is entering his 17th NBA season.
Northeastern alum Matt Janning makes an appearance.
Gentry talks up his favorite NBA club via radio.
Forward Hedo Turkoglu enters his first season with Phoenix.
Goran Dragic shares a laugh with Kempton during a break in the webcast.
Jared Dudley won the 2009-10 Dan Majerle Hustle Award.
Dudley was one of only two Suns to appear in every ballgame last year.
Playing time transformed Channing Frye into one of the league's best three-point shooters last year.
Earl Clark entertains the Suns' faithful during the webcast.
Dwayne Jones is back in the orange and purple after originally leaving town as part of the Hedo Turkoglu deal.
Jones shows off his vocal talents for a radio read.
Dragic shows off some of the moves that made him a fan favorite last season.
Suns General Manager Lance Blanks spent the last five years in the Cavaliers' front office.
Assistant coach Bill Cartwright is back.
Clark looks to make a name for himself in his second season.
Veteran Chucky Atkins has 11 NBA seasons under his belt.
Meet just a few of the faces who'll be taking the court for the Suns this season.
After Media Day wrapped up, the Suns arrived in San Diego for the start of Training Camp.