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    @ValleyoftheSuns: It is official. The Phoenix #Suns have broken their franchise record for consecutive losses at 16, breaking the record…

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    @DuaneRankin: "When teams think of the Suns, they think let's just play hard for 48 minutes because they'll give up because they don't k…

  • @ValleyoftheSuns: Lottery Watch: 1. #SUNS 11-49 — 2. Knicks 11-47 1.0 GB 3. Cavs 13-46 2.5 G…

  • @DuaneRankin: "That cannot happen. Just thinking about anybody that watches the game of basketball that knows basketball knows that if y…

  • @ValleyoftheSuns: With the loss to Cleveland, the Phoenix #Suns’ losing streak will now last a minimum of 41 days. January 15, - Februar…

  • @RuiterWrongFAN: Kevin Love, Ante Zizic double-doubles lead #Cavs to 111-98 win over #Suns; Even with win, Cleveland still positioned to…

  • @CavsNationNet: #Cavs lead #Suns HALF (55-51) Kevin Love: 13pts, 7reb, 1ast Brandon Knight: 9pts, 3ast, 2reb Larry Nance Jr: 8pts, 4re…

  • @AmicoHoops: ICYMI. #Cavs handle #Suns but those with tanking on brain need not worry. Remaining schedule is one of league’s toughest. #…

  • @ginamizell: Kokoskov, Booker and Oubre all mentioned tonight that, during the Cavs' decisive fourth-quarter run to take control of the…

  • @ginamizell: Kokoskov on why Kelly Oubre got the start tonight over Mikal Bridges: "Kelly had a couple good games...we had to shake it u…

  • @ginamizell: #Suns coach Igor Kokoskov said De’Anthony Melton (sprained ankle) — who played with the NAZ Suns on a quick G League assign…

  • @bball_ref: The lottery is different this year, the 3 worst teams all have the same odds of getting the #1 pick. Here are each team's c…

  • @azcsports: If there's an end to the #Suns' current hell, they certainly did not find it in Cleveland. https://t.co/OZgZYhPYEA

  • @Suns_Reddit: Booker. Ayton. Bridges. Jackson. Warren. Melton. Oubre. Holmes. How many of these players absolutely must be brought back…

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  • Kings vs. Nuggets watch guide: Lineups, injury report, player usage

    After an extremely successful 5-1 homestand, the Sacramento Kings look to finish off their pre-All-Star break schedule strong on the road. The Kings ran over the Phoenix Suns on Sunday afternoon to move four games over the .500 mark on the season. With the win and a Clippers loss, Sacramento moved into a virtual tie with Los Angeles for the eighth-best record in the Western Conference.
    14 Feb @ 7PM

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  • Newcomers settling in for Grizzlies, Bulls

    The Chicago Bulls will try to avoid a winless homestand when they host the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night. Chicago has lost the first two games of its three-game home set and has dropped 18 of its past 21 overall. The Bulls are on pace to lose 63 games, which would be the third-worst total in franchise history.
    14 Feb @ 7PM

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  • Kings Under Review: Marvin Bagley takes game to new heights against Suns

    The Sacramento Kings finished their season-long six-game homestand Sunday evening with another victory to finish the block at 5-1. Led by the hot shooting of Devin Booker and a late surge from rookie Deandre Ayton, the Suns made it interesting in the fourth. Sacramento rode a career night from rookie Marvin Bagley and received solid contributions up and down the roster to pull out the 117-104 win.
    13 Feb @ 6PM

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  • Don't look now, but Marvin Bagley III is coming into his own with career game against the Suns

    In 24.2 minutes per game, he's fourth on the team with 13.3 points per game, which is also sixth among all rookies. Kings fans may be disappointed that they passed on Doncic — what with his triple-doubles, creative passes and knack for clutch shots — but since returning from a knee injury that sidelined him for 12 games, Bagley has taken things to another level. In the 15 games since his return, Bagley is averaging 14.8 points per game, and that mark is up to 16.7 points per game in the nine games since his minutes returned to normal and he first cracked the 30 minutes mark.
    13 Feb @ 3AM

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  • Skal Labissiere doing the little things and waiting for his chance

    Skal Labissiere doing the little things and waiting for his chance originally appeared on nbcsportsnorthwest.com OKLAHOMA CITY - It was the Trail Blazers second and final trade of the 2018-19 Trade Deadline that brought 6-11 power forward Skal Labissiere to Portland after he had spent his entire three-year career in Sacramento. The Phoenix Suns drafted Labissiere 28th overall in the 2016 NBA draft, but his draft rights were later traded to the Kings on draft night. Labissiere has averaged 8.0 points and 4.5 rebounds in his young NBA career of 106 games.
    12 Feb @ 10PM

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  • Kings takeaways: What we learned from 117-104 win over Suns in Sacramento

    Home is where the heart is. The Sacramento Kings made quick work of the spiraling Phoenix Suns Sunday at Golden 1 Center, running away for a 117-104 win for their 30th victory of the season. Devin Booker, Josh Jackson and Deandre Ayton all put up numbers, but it wasn't nearly enough to help Phoenix avoid their 14th consecutive loss.
    11 Feb @ 7PM

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  • Marvin Bagley reminds Phoenix Suns what they passed on in 2018 NBA Draft

    It was only a matter of time before rookie Marvin Bagley III had a true breakout game. On Sunday afternoon, it finally came against the team that passed him over in the 2018 NBA Draft. "Yeah, I love playing against the Suns, I don't know what it is," Bagley said with a smile.
    11 Feb @ 9AM

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  • Draymond Green ejected after third quarter ends

    Draymond Green was pissed off. The Warriors had just been outscored by 10 (32-22) in the third quarter and headed to the fourth trailing the lowly Suns. Plus, he felt Phoenix's Kelly Oubre almost head-butted him celebrating a bucket at the end of the quarter, a play the referees chose not to call it.
    11 Feb @ 4AM

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  • Warriors Under Review: Bench comes to the rescue in victory over Suns

    Here are some of the positives and negatives from the Warriors' 11th consecutive road win and their 18th straight victory over the Suns: POSITIVE Bench brings the energy The Warriors were off an atrocious start, down by 11 (18-7) six minutes after tipoff and by 17 (26-9) two minutes later. Enter Andre Iguodala, Kevon Looney, and Jonas Jerebko and, shortly thereafter, Quinn Cook, leaving Kevin Durant as the only starter. That group outscored the Suns 17-5 over the final four minutes – with an 11-0 finish.
    11 Feb @ 3AM

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  • Warriors vs. Suns Watch Guide: Lineups, injuries and player usage

    Warriors vs. Suns Watch Guide: Lineups, injuries and player usage originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com With 17 consecutive victories over the Suns, the Warriors have a compelling reason to make it 18 when the teams meet Friday night in Phoenix. Coverage on NBC Sports begins at 5:00 p.m. with Warriors Pregame, followed by tipoff from Talking Stick Resort Arena at 6:00 p.m.
    11 Feb @ 12AM

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