Saturday, October 28, 2006

What hurts now?

Looks like Amaré Stoudemire won't be doing much for the Phoenix Suns anytime soon with those knees of his the way they are. Man, I wish I could get paid what these people do for sitting around nursing various parts of my anatomy!

"Hey boss, my back hurts, so why don't you turn in those reports instead, okay? Cool." Yeah, that's the ticket...

Sunday, October 22, 2006

Decent guy, for real?

So there's something about the Phoenix Suns' James Jones that I just like. He's big and versatile, he's got skills, his ego isn't big enough to fill the University of Phoenix Stadium, and his salary isn't enough to feed an entire country for a year.

Amazing - those kind of players actually exist!

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Phoenix Suns donate to Toronto Raptors

So much is up in the air now that Bryan Colangelo's moved on to the Toronto Raptors. And frankly, I'm a little tired of hearing how happy everyone is about how he's going to turn that team around.

I kinda liked him on ours...

Monday, October 16, 2006

Keep the streak going...

Well, it looks like the magic didn't stop in Italy and Germany... Shawn Marion and Raja Bell brought in 16 points each, bringing the Phoenix Suns to victory over the Los Angeles Lakers 99-91! That's the ticket to success, if we can keep it up.

I know it's only pre-season, but my adrenaline's pumping already. The real thing just can't come soon enough...

Friday, October 13, 2006

Was there any doubt?

Oh yeah...

Phoenix Suns victorious 119-102 over Maccabi Tel Aviv at the NBA Live tournament in Cologne, Germany. Not bad for an "undersized" team, eh?

Of course, the real test starts in just over two weeks...

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Happy Birthday!

I was just checking out the countless online pages I use to get my fix of news for the day. I just ready that today is the birthday of Kurt Thomas and James Jones, both of whom play for the Phoenix Suns.

The burning question I ask is what do you buy for somebody that makes millions of dollars a year??

My birthday was last month and I got a chia dog and a rotato. I knew I should have participated in middle school gym class.

Monday, October 02, 2006

Ciao Treviso

The Suns held their first full workout on Sunday in Treviso, Italy, where they are holding a two-week training camp. The team will is practicing at Head Coach Mike D’Antoni’s old stomping ground, where he once played in the Italian League. Tomorrow the Suns will scrimmage against Italian hosts Benetton Treviso – Benetton just won the “Super Cup” in Naples on Saturday, and should provide a good measure of the Suns’ fitness level.