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    @_tonyjefferson: S/O Devin Booker. #suns

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    @AZSports: #Suns guard Devin Booker sets new record, captures 2018 Three-Point Shootout title.

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    @CamCox12: [email protected] talks about winning the #NBAAllStar 3-point title with a record final round and... his #Suns teammates were HYPE!…

  • @mikejurecki: #Suns Booker is only 21 years old. ??

  • @CullerSports: Drop the ?? #DevinBooker #NBAAllStar #NBA #AllStarWeekend #Suns

  • @ClutchPointsApp: Devin Booker caught fire like no other. #Suns

  • @ExCats: #Suns' @DevinBook after record-setting #JBL3PT win: "When I came out of college I was just considered a shooter but now I consi…

  • @cronkitenews: “There is help out there. It’s OK to reach out for help," the former #Phoenix #Suns coach's son said. Read more here: htt…

  • @azcsports: Mama, there goes that man! #Suns star Devin Booker sets record with 28 points in NBA 3-point contest win

  • @azcsports: Devin Booker (obviously) headlines what went right for the #Suns so far this season

  • @asmir1: Devin Booker! #boss #JBL3PT #suns

  • @ValleyoftheSuns: [email protected] is the 2nd Phoenix #Suns Player to win theNBA 3-Point Contest Champion! @QRich being the first in 2005!! #…

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Devin Booker’s 3-point-contest victory bright spot for Suns

    Devin Booker‘s Suns have the NBA’s worst record (18-41). “I think everyone is fed up with the losing, from the top to the bottom of the organization,” Booker said this afternoon. Booker was all smiles after the rare victory.
    18 Feb @ 6AM

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  • Suns cost themselves money by buying out Greg Monroe rather than just waiving him

    The Suns just keep taking Ls. Phoenix is going nowhere this season, so Monroe – who’d likely leave in free agency next summer – had no place in the present or future there. The Suns want to strike in free agency this summer, so they refused to trade Monroe for long-term contracts (the most questionable motivation).
    17 Feb @ 1AM

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  • NBA player brings gun control message to the basketball court following shooting

    Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell made a pair of powerful statements Wednesday about the shooting rampage at a Florida high school that left 17 dead: "Pray for Parkland" and "End Gun Violence." But the rookie player didn't tweet those words, nor did he issue a statement through his press representative: Instead, with a black magic marker in hand, he jotted down those messages on the side of his shoes. Following the game -- Utah Jazz beat the Phoenix Suns 107-97 -- Mitchell explained why school shootings struck a nerve with him. "My mom's a schoolteacher," the Connecticut native, 21, told reporters. "I was about 15, 20 minutes away during the Sandy Hook shooting. It's kind of scary. I'm not saying
    15 Feb @ 7PM

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  • Jazz win 11th straight, beating Suns 107-97

    Stepping up in the fourth quarter is becoming natural for the Utah Jazz. The Jazz survived another close game on Wednesday, pulling out a 107-97 victory over the Phoenix Suns for their 11th straight win after making the right plays at the right time on both ends of the court in the closing minutes. On the other end, the Jazz hit four of five shots to turn a one-possession game into a double-digit victory.
    15 Feb @ 4PM

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  • Donovan Mitchell Uses Footwear To Send Powerful Message About Gun Violence

    Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell sent a powerful message about gun violence during his team’s Wednesday night win over the Phoenix Suns. The 21-year-old NBA player inked two messages onto his shoes in response to the horrific mass shooting hours earlier at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Mitchell also called for “something” to be done about gun violence in the U.S.
    15 Feb @ 4PM

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  • Jazz face Suns in search of 11th straight win

    Opponents change, but Utah's ability to churn out victories remains constant. The Jazz seek to extend their NBA-leading winning streak to 11 games when they host the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday. One of the chief cooks bringing it to life is Donovan Mitchell.
    14 Feb @ 9AM

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  • WATCH: Steve Kerr Let Warriors Players Coach Against the Suns

    Warriors coach Steve Kerr did some experimenting during Monday's game against the Suns, allowing his players to coach their teammates during timeouts. During one stoppage, Kerr gave the whiteboard to veteran swingman Andre Iguodala, who proceeded to
    13 Feb @ 3PM

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  • Suns sign G Gray to a second 10-day contract

    The Phoenix Suns signed guard Josh Gray to a second 10-day contract on Monday. Gray, 24, was initially signed by the team on Feb. 2 when he made his NBA debut against the Utah Jazz. He has averaged 6.8 points, 3.0 assists, 2.5 rebounds, 2.0 steals and
    13 Feb @ 3AM

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  • Will Barton: Troy Daniels fought me because I dissed Suns on podcast

    The Suns lost to the Spurs by 48 (!) last Wednesday. Nuggets guard/forward Will Barton on Road Trippin’ (Channing Frye‘s and Richard Jefferson‘s podcast): I’m going to be the first to say it. They’ve go to send the whole Phoenix team to the G League for
    13 Feb @ 1AM

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  • Aldridge, Spurs hand Suns their most one-sided loss ever

    The San Antonio Spurs opened their long, annual 'rodeo road trip' with one of the biggest routs in the team's history. LaMarcus Aldridge scored 23 points in 28 minutes and the San Antonio Spurs demolished Phoenix 129-81 on Wednesday night. The 48-point blowout matched the most one-sided loss in Suns history - set against Portland in this season's opener - and was the third-largest margin of victory for San Antonio.
    8 Feb @ 11AM

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